During the Packers' start to this season's 4-7-1 campaign, Rodgers reportedly did so more often than then-coach McCarthy liked.
McDaniels definitely knows all about football, and he could accomplish big things in Green Bay, especially with a quarterback like Aaron Rodgers. This failure to hold Rodgers accountable appears to be what Moss is referencing.
ESPN's Jason Wilde notes Moss was not fired directly because of the tweet, but noted the tweet may have hastened Moss' departure, though.
He followed that up saying he served the team with all his heart and soul and has no regrets.