ESPN - Randy Moss was waived by the Vikings on Monday just weeks after Minnesota traded a third-round draft pick to the New England Patriots for the receiver.
1. Buffalo Bills (0-7)
Could Moss be TO 2.0 for the Bills?
2. Dallas Cowboys (1-6)
Why wouldn't the Cowboys get another WR for me to fear?
3. Carolina Panthers (1-6)
How much would Moss love going from Hall-of-Fame QB Tom Brady, to Hall-of-Fame QB Brett Favre, to Jimmy Clausen and Matt Moore?
4. Denver Broncos (2-6)
You could have told me the Broncos were 5-3 right now and I would have believed you. When did they lose six games?
5. San Francisco (2-6)
Could this propel the 49ers to 9-7 status and crown them NFC West champs?
6. Cincinnati Bengals (2-5)
VH1 is chomping at the bit right now. They're so excited they can't even take it.
10. San Diego Chargers (3-5)
They wanted him anyway. This time they don't have to give up any draft picks.
17. Chicago Bears (4-3)
I don't know, this whole we can win it with a 5'11" #1 wide receiver thing hasn't panned out over the last couple years. Maybe Moss can be what Mushin Muhammed never was for them.
19. Seattle Seahawks (4-3)
25. Kansas City Chiefs (5-2)
Straight from the mouth of Bach Talk: "Maybe a contender trying to get over the hump like Seattle or KC."
28. New York Jets (5-2)
I get nightmares just thinking about it. You know Rex Ryan is thinking about it. How many more stars can align for the Jets if this happens?
30. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-2)
Freeman can throw the ball a long way. Plus, I don't know how, but the Bucs have the third best record in football. Is this team good?
32. New England Patriots (6-1)
For obvious reasons.
My favorite quote of the afternoon: