— Steven Tsakanikas (@SteveTsak) August 3, 2017
We all remember Randy Moss taking the NFL by storm, but we missed the day New York Knicks’ Kristaps Porzingis did the same on the gridiron.
You remember the late 1990s in the National Football League. Brett Favre was dominating with three straight MVPs. Peyton Manning was a bright-eyed youngster. And Pat Summerall and John Madden were still the country’s No. 1 duo.
And, oh yeah, Randy Moss was taking the league by storm.
In 1998, rookie Moss destroyed the NFL with his devastating blend of straight-line speed and acrobatic highest-point of the ball hawking. It led to a ridiculous 1,313 yards and 17 touchdowns on an unheard of 19 yards per reception.
Not until today have we seen Moss’s true counterpart take shape.
Introducing, New York Knicks young Kristaps Porzingis on the football field.
Equipped with lanky limbs and brilliant speed — much like Moss — KP showed off his wide receiver skills on the football field recently.
Check out the video above. Porzingis, lined up to the left of the quarterback, ran a straight 9-route and hauled in the easy score.
The Freak has just been one-upped by the Freak Part 2.