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By: Henry Kellog

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Randy Moss

There was a time when Randy Moss was the best wide receiver in fantasy football. He was the deep threat every team wanted and he was nearly a lock for 1,300 yards and double digit touchdowns every year. Then came his move to Oakland which killed his stock in fantasy before his eventual resurgence in New England. That latter day resurgence is five years in the past now and all we have left is a washed up wide receiver with visions of past glory in his head. Needless to say Randy Moss is not the player you want on your team in 2013 fantasy football. Rather he’s the player to avoid in 2013 fantasy football because his name is worth more than his stats. There are plenty of people who still live in a dream world where Moss is worth a roster spot in 2013 fantasy football.

Now we all know that Randy Moss isn’t a starter in 2013 fantasy football because even his most fervent supporters have given up on that dream. He hasn’t been worth a start since his last year with the Patriots in 2009. The growth of Colin Kaepernick and the rise of the 49ers does not change that for Moss. In fact there’s a very good chance that he won’t even make an NFL roster next year. He’s going to have a hard time finding a team that wants an aging veteran with attitude problems. That’s one of the many reasons why Moss is fantasy poison next year. This is the same situation that he’s been in for nearly three years and there’s just no going back to the good old days of 1,000 yard seasons. Let your less informed league mates draft Moss because he’s not worth the trouble this year in any fantasy football league.


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