Randy Moss is no spring chicken, and he will never again be a fantasy WR1 (especially in San Francisco), but with an average draft position in the 10+ round range, Moss really is worth the risk in 2012. Yes, Moss is 35, and he is entering his 15th NFL season, but he is also one of the most gifted NFL receivers to ever play the game. If Joey Galloway can produce 62 receptions for 1,057 and 7TDs at the age of 35, and then 57 receptions for 1,014 and 6TDs at the age of 36, it’s not insane to think that he can have one more productive fantasy season.
According to Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area, Randy Moss could start split end for the 49ers in 2012. Maiocco is merely speculating, but I also believe Moss will start in 2012, as word on news wires is that the receiver is in excellent shape.
Again, I cannot stress enough that no one should be drafting Randy Moss to start on their fantasy team in 2012. However, that does not mean that he won’t eventually crack your fantasy starting line-up as maybe your fantasy WR3.