The only way to get Randy Moss on your team is to draft him in the first or second round, which is idiotic to begin with. WRs are a dime a dozen, and taking one before round 3 is senseless. How many cheat sheets this year had Peerless Price as a top 10 WR? ZERO! There are 7-8 WRs in the Top 20 who started out this season in most league's free agent pools, while Moss and Owens, who made just about everyone's Top 3, aren't even in the Top 20.
Meanwhile, among RBs, Shaun Alexander has been the only real Top 20 loser (which I predicted before the season's start). The other RBs have shuffled around a bit in their placements, and we've seen the occasional surprise like Lamar Smith, but overall if you took good RBs early, they are putting up numbers for you. And if you had been "stuck" with second tier WRs like Booker, Moulds, and Thrash, you would be here now proclaiming your drafting genius instead of bemoaning foolish 1st and 2nd round WR picks.
Sorry Charlie ... only the best Tuna gets to win the Superbowl.