Here comes Randy Moss.... again!
I'm off to Florida this weekend to witness one of the more intriguing debuts in recent NFL history as troubled wide receiver Randy Moss suits up for the first time as a Tennessee Titans player.
Myself and Greg Brady will provide live play-by-play coverage of the contest from Sun Life Stadium as the hometown Miami Dolphins look to keep their own play-off ambitions on track following an up-and-down start to the season.
These two teams could very well be battling for the same play-off berth come the New Year and that makes this a massive showdown to kick off the second half of the 2010 campaign.
The Dolphins have survived one of the tougher schedules in the NFL with a record of four wins and four losses but there is a growing sense of angst in South Florida given that Tony Sparano's team is still crying out for consistency.
Randy Moss is likely to be the centre of attention once again this weekend as he makes his debut for the Titans.
To increase the pressure on the Dolphins, the Miami faithful were beginning to turn on quarterback Chad Henne and it is of little surprise that Chad Pennington has been picked to start this weekend's fixture.
While this is a very big game in Miami's season, it's hard to ignore a fascinating Titans team that has won five and lost three and features some bright young stars in quarterback Vince Young and running back Chris Johnson, who took the NFL by storm last season when he rushed for 2,006 yards.
But it is the controversial Moss who will garner the most attention in Fort Lauderdale on Sunday afternoon.
The 33-year-old has made a career out of making dramatic catches and creating headlines for all the wrong reasons is about to begin playing for his third team this season.
Moss started the season with the New England Patriots but was no longer being the 'team-first' player that Bill Belichick insists on stocking his roster with. Moss has never really been that at any stage during his career but he at least toed the line in New England prior to this year.
Belichick doesn't put up with locker room troublemakers (he booted veteran linebacker Adalius Thomas out of town for not buying into the team ethos) and Moss' attitude prompted a trade to the team for who he played for from 1998-2004, the Minnesota Vikings.
To say the deal didn't work out for the Vikings would be an understatement.
Moss lasted just four games, caught 13 passes and created a world of trouble in Minnesota. Even by his own rather high standards of misbehaviour, Moss excelled in being a royal pain in the backside.
He criticised the quality of the food brought to him in the Vikings' locker room after practices, he spoke openly about how great it was to play for the Patriots and how he wished he were still in New England, he told team owner Zygi Wilf to fire head coach Brad Childress and he refused to speak to the media.
Moss has been training with the Titans offence all week
The Vikings could take no more. And while it was an admission of a massive error on their part, the NFC North club had to let Moss go. They placed him on waivers which meant the remaining 31 clubs - in reverse order depending on their record - had a shot at claiming one of the most dynamic yet troubled wideouts of the past decade.
Moss waited by the phone. And waited... and waited. While the phone failed to ring, maybe Moss regretted some of his more controversial incidents, such as squirting water at an official during his first stint with the Vikings or walking off the field with several minutes still remaining during a loss with the Oakland Raiders.
Then again, he probably didn't have a single moment of remorse.
It was rather telling that just one team out of a possible 31 put in a claim for Moss. And the Titans may only have done so because they have a dire need to upgrade their aerial attack and are currently missing their number one target in the form of the injured Kenny Britt.
Moss has much to prove against the Dolphins and for the remainder of this season. He has to prove he still has the skills that once allowed him to take over games single-handedly, he has to prove he can work hard at all times and he has to show he can be a model citizen in the Titans' locker room.
I'm not sure if he can succeed on any of those fronts but it will be fun to find out, starting in the Florida sunshine this weekend.
Week 10 on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
In addition to the Dolphins and Titans on Sunday evening, we will make history on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra in the early hours of Tuesday morning when we broadcast the Philadelphia Eagles-Washington Redskins Monday Night Football clash. It will mark the first time the American football institution that is Monday Night Football has been broadcast on British radio.
Greg will be pulling double duty from 0100 GMT (while I will be getting my beauty sleep somewhere over the Atlantic) and will put some interesting questions to NFL UK Managing Director Alistair Kirkwood.
As for the game itself, it will be fascinating to see if the Redskins put their faith in Donovan McNabb against his old team given the recent falling out between the team and their signal-caller. Somehow, I think they have to go with McNabb over Rex Grossman but it will probably not be enough to see off the Michael Vick-led Eagles.