Some inappropriate language but well worth it.
The horse in question is literally named “ARRRRR.”
A simple phone call Wednesday to a radio show I co-host in Nashville has sparked a controversy: Did Titans wideout Randy Moss dial in and blast Jeff Fisher, or was it someone who sounded exactly like the Pro Bowler?Tennessee Titans or Fisher on that day, but “Woody” wanted to discuss Fisher’s future with the Titans. It was only after “Woody,” whose comments were terse and pointed, hung up that another caller noted how much “Woody” sounds like Moss.You can listen for yourself. (The second part of the clip is a mix featuring Moss’ actual voice).
We received the call — I co-host a show on 104.5 The Zone with former Titan Blaine Bishop and Brent Dougherty — sometime after 2 p.m. Central time. The caller identified himself as “Woody.” We hadn’t been talking much about the
On-air, I ripped the second caller for his opinion. Thinking it would make the second caller look ridiculous, we went back over the previous call and replayed it. Much to our amazement, the similarity between Moss’ voice and Woody’s was eerie.
Immediately after the clip was played, Bishop, who played against Moss, exclaimed, “It’s him! I know it!” After listening to the distinctive way that the caller and Moss pronounce “Fisher,” I think it’s a decent argument as well. Of course, you have to balance that possibility with the sheer absurdity of Moss, who has barely spoken to the media in Nashville, calling in to an afternoon talk show and slamming his coach as “Woody.” In fact, that absurdity makes the entire premise so ridiculous that, either way, it’s a sign of how outlandish the 2010 Tennessee Titans season has become.
And, it sure does sound like him doesn’t it?
Here’s the clip, judge for yourself. It wouldn’t surprise us at all if Moss did this.