i don't think he ever was a "super star" int he real sense, just in the fantasy/statistical sense. I know that this will raise hackles, and I know that offensive players don't play D. BUT ... with the offense that the Vikings had, playing in the conference they did, there is really no excuse for Culpepper to not have more wins under his belt. They were a mirror image of the Colts in many ways, except they played in the NFC. Colts never had a D until recently. It seemed to me Culpepper would get figured out in key games and moments, and that team always seemed like it underachieved. Lot of 8-8, 9-7 type seasons if you ask me. Culpepper fumbled a lot too.
And while they made each other, Moss had a spectacular season with cunningham at the helm, and had some good games with Frerotte if I recall. Moss is a lazy SOB, but at the same time, Oakland's QB situation was terrible too. It is a chicken and egg-type argument, but if pressed, I'd lean towards favoring Moss. After all, God himself signed him this year.
The opening scene of the movie "Saving Private Ryan" is loosely based on games of dodgeball Brian Dawkins played in second grade.