WR Randy Moss NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings
2009 Fantasy Year In Review: For all the talk about how Randy Moss was beat up and maybe lost a step, he still found a way to improve in every major category from the year before. True, he had Tom Brady throwing to him and not Matt Cassel and that makes a big difference.
Remember though that Brady was in his first year back from a major knee injury, and it usually takes a player until their second season to recover fully.
Moss may or may not still be the best overall fantasy receiver, but he is still the unquestioned top playmaking receiver for fantasy.
2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: This might be the final season for Moss in New England as the veteran pointed out that the team might not bring him back in 2011. That would be a shame as Moss has found a new life with Brady as his quarterback and the Patriots could use Moss’s deep threat ability.
We won’t know what will happen with all of that until next year but for now Moss is still one of the best fantasy receivers you can have. Look for Brady to be much sharper this season as his knee must be feeling better than a year ago.
– Touchdown Maker
– Big Plays
– Great Quarterback
– Consistent Producer With Patriots
– Breaking Down?
– Not A High Volume Reception Guy (Hurts In PPR)
More Fantasy Football Player Info About Randy Moss
Randy Moss | New England Patriots | No. 81 | WR
Height: 6-4 Weight: 210 | Born: 2/13/1977
2009 games played 16 | games started 16
2010 Experience: 13th season
Bye Week Conflicts (WK 5):
Seahawks, Dolphins, Steelers
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NFL fantasy football player rankings writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com