Vikings Waive Randy Moss; Bills Interested?

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre and wide receiver Randy Moss slap hands after a completion against the New England Patriots in the third quarter of their NFL football game in Foxborough, Massachusetts October 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adam Hunger (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver, Randy Moss, has been cut according to ESPN. This abruptly ends Moss’ second stint with the Vikings and leads me to believe that a Brett Favre announcement may be in the near future.

In four games with the Vikings, Moss had 13 receptions for 174 yards and two touchdowns, but will now be sitting on the waiver wire for the next 24 hours before becoming a free agent.

At 0-7, the Buffalo Bills get first shot at Randy Moss. But is it worth it?

I say definitely not. Claiming Randy Moss will only slow down the maturation of Steve Johnson. If the Bills were fighting for a playoff spot, I’d be 100% behind this, but now that we are declared this season a rebuilding year, I’d say pass on Moss and concentrate on building up our younger talent.

Where will Moss end up? Stay tuned to BLD for any updates!

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  • Alyssa

    The Bills even CONSIDERING Moss would be so stupid. We are doing just fine with my Lee and Stevie. We don’t need a cocky big shot.

  • troyboy10

    Well, to be fair, the Bills wouldn’t have the 1st claim on Moss if they were fighting for a playoff spot

  • Paul Miller

    Good point by both of you! Could you imagine if he falls back in the laps of New England?

    I’m glad to see people still alive after that heartbreaking loss yesterday. I don’t think I ever yelled at my TV so loud.

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  • Fresno DUI Attorney

    I think Moss’s most productive first few years as a Viking was when he had Chris Carter around to keep him in line