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Moss expects to be punted after season
Posted Feb. 20 at 08:54 PM
Will Randy Moss merit consideration as the top fantasy wideout this season? Despite being slowed by injuries, including a separated shoulder, Moss caught 83 passes for 1,264 yards and 13 TDs last season. He'll be in a contract year, and he believes he's playing for a new deal with a new team.
Moss told The Boston Globe that he doesn't think he'll be back with the Patriots next season, because "You know the Patriots don't really pay." Moss calls it business, saying he's not bitter about the situation.
Certainly a lot of factors seems to be aligned for a big year from Moss. He'll be healthy, playing for a new contract, and the Patriots figure to be without Wes Welker -- at least a fully healthy Welker -- at the start of the season, after Welker tore his ACL in December.
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