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FISH OR CUT
It's time to face the facts: Moss hasn't healed sufficiently from a hamstring injury, and as long as he keeps playing on it, he won't be 100% for the rest of the season. He has appeared in four of six games since he got hurt. His 123-yard, one-TD performance against Atlanta kept owners loyal, but look at the three awful games that surrounded it (when he logged only 17, 12 and 34 yards). Next week he faces the Saints, who boast the NFL's fifth-best pass defense. You should think long term--retain Moss only if you play in a keeper league.
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