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After seven seasons as the main attraction in Minnesota, Randy Moss moved to Oakland, where his unparalleled skills seemed a perfect match for Al Davis' preferred brand of long-range football. Injuries and inconsistent quarteback plays left his first Raiders season subpar (by his criteria) but hope springs eternal in the Raider Nation, and a new season brings a new QB and the return of respected coach Art Shell to fix the Oakland system. In just eight seasons, Moss has scored 98 touchdowns, good for eighth-best all-time. With three more scores, he'll move past Don Hutson, Steve Largent and Tim Brown for fifth place.