Do Not Disturb (May 16) allows Randy Moss fans to get closer to the man they cheer their hearts out for and whom they can't stand to see belittled and criticized. It also gives his critics the opportunity to understand Moss and maybe change their minds. Kudos to Karl Taro Greenfeld.
Daniel Kliff, Buffalo Grove, Ill.
As a card-carrying member of Raider Nation, I feel Moss can be a recluse and a freak as long as he is Committed to Excellence. His attitude will give Raider-haters another reason to despise our blood--which will always run Silver and Black. I predict a similar cover in February with the addition of a large trophy.
Natalie Kimball, Chicago
Moss says, "I don't have any friends." Who would want him as a friend? All this 80-year-old can say is: Grow up, Randy. At one time you could have owned Minnesota.
Ken Kamholz, Owatonna, Minn.
After Giacomo's upset victory in the Kentucky Derby, I was expecting to see a horse's backside on the cover of SI. Turns out I was right.
Mark Mocarski, New York City
If Moss leads the Raiders to a world championship, there will be 31 NFL teams that wished they had traded for him, and zero teams willing to admit it.