Look, I don't ask for much, as a St. Louis Rams fan. I'd like them to win a game or two; I'd like them to pass the ball a lot; and I'd have liked them, more than anything else, to sign Randy Moss and turn the 2012 season into a circus and a referendum on Sam Bradford's "leadership" qualities. Alas, he's going elsewhere in the NFC West: The San Francisco 49ers have reportedly signed him, completing a comeback that's likely to reach Brett Favre levels of over-saturation in a hurry.
So close, and yet so far: Moss was apparently willing to deal with an underperforming No. 1 pick, a mediocre level of play in the NFC West, and a team with a recent history filled with disappointment and misplaced trust... but he wasn't willing to deal with the St. Louis Rams.
Now all I have left is that the Rams will chase a sub-Moss diva: Your Vincent Jackson, your Terrell Owens... I'd even settle for a soap opera in which Danario Alexander's knee becomes the single most important appendage in the city, so long as he were performing at mid-30s Randy Moss levels.