It would all depend where you drafted him. If you got him in the late 1st round, I'd be skeptical. Granted the Big Seven (Williams, LT2, Portis, McAllister, Holmes, Faulk and Alexander) would all be gone and picking up a WR with your first choice wouldn't be the worst thing that could happen, especially if that WR is of the Moss/Harrison/Owens mold, but I would still remain skeptical, nonetheless. Moss is a solid 2nd-rounder (which is why I never get him; my first two rounds are dedicated to RBs), and if you can somehow get him in the 3rd round (I saw him slip there in one of my leagues this year -- the owner before me got him, poor me) then I'd say you got a 'steal.' I think he'll put up better numbers than last year, especially in the TD department and the fact that he's now wanting to be the team leader and is leading by example (it's early, though, I know), should make you feel better about having Moss on your team. I personally feel that he will have a great year, even better than his rookie year, because he and Culpepper will have a higher level of understanding of each other and each others' respective games (Cris Carter being gone doesn't hurt, either; he and Randy were always chomping at the bit). My predictions for Moss: 110+ catches, 1,700+ yards and 14+ TDs. Let's just see how close I come. Heh.
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