Now that Moss is joining the Tennessee Titans, I don't mean to give the impression that I'm not excited about his fantasy value, but let's remember that he has already disappointed us with a pair of Hall of Fame-bound quarterbacks tossing to him this season. Moss is immensely talented, and I regard him as a borderline top-10 wide receiver most weeks and for the season in fantasy, but don't trade a top player to get him. He's unreliable, and who knows whether he will like the food in Tennessee any better than he did in Minnesota? The point is, why would he suddenly be happy now? Moss has been about as productive as a No. 3 fantasy wide receiver this season, whether due to a lack of motivation on his part or other factors, such as special attention from defenses or his quarterback's decision-making. He is tied for 28th in standard fantasy scoring at wide receiver, tied with Roy E. Williams and Mike Sims-Walker. That's pretty telling.
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