While all records are extremely diffucult to break for obvious reasons, as crazy as it sounds, I think many of us are undervaluing the diffuculty of what Moss accomlished. The record he broke, Rice's 22 TDs, were a mythical number that many thought would never be threatened, let alone eclipsed. It was always seen as one of the unreachable records, an anamoly of a season courtesy of the GOAT WR. Those 22 TDs stood alone and far away with the next closest TD totals being 17-18, NO ONE had even come close to make this a debate, even Rice didnt come close. In an average year, the leading WR in touchdowns gets about 13-14 TDs...the record(now 23) is so out of range that it requires specific things to fall in line. You need the rare talent, and from day 1, its been Moss who people have said had that talent. Then you would need that talent to be put in the right position with the right QB. I just think too many people have been caught up debating how many games Rice got his 22 in, whether what Moss did was more impressive etc...In reality, we arent appreciating that Moss was the first guy ofher than Rice in '87 to eclipse 20 TD receptions, and actually made us think about Rice's record being in jeopardy. IMO, unless Moss outdoes himself, I think this record will stay in the books for aLOOOOOONG time.