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Sunday, April 29, 2007


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It's never too early to plan. How do you feel about Moss going to New England?


It's good for the Patriots, because they suffered last year for not having functional wideouts in September and October, but from a fantasy standpoint? It probably helps Brady and Maroney a bit, but I don't imagine Moss becoming more than a decent No. 2 WR in most formats in 2007. They've got an awful lot of wide receivers in New England, and even in the year when Deion Branch went off for yardage he only scored six times.

Defenses will have to respect the deep threat when Moss and Stallworth are on the field. That makes me like Watson and Maroney more than ever. Both were on my 2006 team, and neither has significant positional competition for touches this year.

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