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The most meaningless set of rankings yet

Randy Moss

In this Sunday, Oct. 31, 2010, photo, Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Randy Moss walks across the field during warmups for an NFL football game against the New England Patriots in Foxborough, Mass. Vikings players confirmed Monday that coach Brad Childress informed them during a team meeting that Moss had been let go. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)


Without much to talk about this offseason, various networks and websites have compiled a lot of rankings to pass the time.

Our corporate cousins over at Rotoworld wanted to get in on the fun, so some hack put together the Top 25 fantasy wide receivers of the last 15 years to keep people occupied. Randy Moss narrowly finished first. (We did quarterbacks and running backs previously.)

The rankings were worth the time, just to remember how lethal a combination Scott Mitchell and Herman Moore were for a few years.

(Oh by the way, Rotoworld will have its usual draft guide ready to go July 15, lockout or not. It’s already for sale and you get your money back if there is no NFL season. We may never get our sanity back if that happens, though.)