When the Titans claimed future Hall of Fame wide receiver Randy Moss in 2010, fans in Nashville expected big things. Yet in eight games he caught only six passes for 80 yards and no touchdowns. So why did the Moss experiment fail? Moss, now with the 49ers, said he thinks some of the Titans' coaches didn't like him. The Titans were the only team to put in a waiver claim for Moss, who had been released by the Vikings. "Why they claimed me, I really don't know," Moss said on Wednesday morning at the site of Super Bowl XLVII. "I mean, there were some things where I could really tell I really wasn't liked, and that was coming from the coaching staff. To be able to still make plays … there were some things going on in-house that I probably won't speak upon until I write my book. So it's something I'll keep until I put it in ink."