Randy Moss Waived: Who Is in More Shambles, Minnesota or Dallas?

November 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Randy Moss was waived by the Minnesota Vikings Monday in what has to be one of the most shocking moves of the 2010 NFL season. The Vikings traded a third-round pick for the former star wideout, but he struggled to find a niche and clashed with Minnesota's coaching staff. 
Even so, the move comes as quite a shock and is the latest chapter in what has been a colossally disappointing season in Minneapolis. The Vikings are 2-5 and appear to be dead in the water in the playoff hunt. 
But, are they even the most troubled team in their conference? After all, the Dallas Cowboys, widely seen as Super Bowl contenders this season, are 1-6 and just got waxed by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Are the Vikings really more dysfunctional than that? 
We're playing both sides of the coin here, giving you five reasons why Minnesota's worse off and five reasons why Dallas is. When it's all said and done, we'll break it down and figure out just which team is more in shambles. <...

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