There's no way Moss comes close to his 98 catches, 1,493 yards and NFL-record 23 touchdowns in 2008. Teams saw in the playoffs how to take Moss out of the game, and though most non-playoff teams don't have the talent to play the same defense, they will make sure to limit what Moss can do.
There's also the motivation factor with Moss. He now got his payday with a three-year deal worth $27 million. Last year, Moss was playing on a one-year deal full of incentives and was out to resurrect his career. He did all that and helped New England go perfect in the regular season and reach the Super Bowl.
I'm not sure Moss, who worked his butt off last year, comes back and does as much and puts in as much effort. Believe me, I hope he does, but I just don't see it happening.
The good news is the Moss saga is finally over. If anyone really thought he was tying his fate to former teammate Daunte Culpepper, get a clue. That was ridiculous.