And only slightly better than his swan-song with the New England Patriots here last month, when he failed to catch a pass for the first time in five years.
"My debut, man, it was actually a bad game for me," Moss said Sunday after his lone catch -- one more than he totaled at Miami in Week 4 -- turned out to be a harmless 26-yarder with barely four minutes remaining in a 29-17 loss to the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium. "I think I just tried to be as much help to them as I could, just to play within the offense. So I felt comfortable out there, but I don't think that I had a very good game overall."
Moss, wearing his third uniform in six weeks, drew a 33-yard pass interference penalty on cornerback Vontae Davis in the first quarter to help set up a 17-yard touchdown run by Chris Johnson that tied the game at 7-all.
Other than that, the 13-year pro, who arrived in Nashville eight days earlier -- after the Titans were the lone team in the league to put in a waiver claim for him following his unceremonious release by the Vikings -- was targeted on just three other pass attempts. So more for an instant impact on a passing offense that entered Week 10 ranked 26th in the league.
The loss was Tennessee's second straight and dropped the Titans (5-4) out of tie for first place in the AFC South.
"I'll just go back to the drawing board and come back again next week," he said.
At first, Moss told media members at his locker that he was not going to speak after the game.
"Bro, I ain't doing no interviews today! No. Nothing!" he said. "Conversation over."
More than likely, the 13-year pro with the 949 career catches for 14,804 yards and 159 touchdowns was reminded by Titans public relations reps about that $25,000 fine the NFL office threw his way for refusing media access in the days leading up to Minnesota's Oct. 31 game at New England (his former team).
A few minutes later, he appeared at the postgame lectern for one minute and 13 seconds -- long enough for two questions -- before ducking out.
"I just want to fit within the offense, man, and help this team win," Moss said. "So me being a decoy, moving the ball, helping the team win, if that's what I need to do that's what I'm going to do. So we're just going in, I don't think we were really planning on losing this game. This game hurts. It's hard to see how much energy and effort we put in this week, including the coaches. This is something that we've just got to look at film tomorrow, correct our mistakes and go back at it next week."
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