5 prospects the Vikings don’t want to see in the NFC North in 2020

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Thaddeus Moss – TE

This one is strictly for Vikings fans. What would be worse than seeing the son of arguably the greatest Minnesota player of all-time end up with a division rival? That would be a tough pill to swallow.

What would make it worse is that Randy, being a loyal and loving father, would certainly go to many of Thaddeus‘ games. In support of his son, he may even don a hat or jersey of one of the team’s colors.

Seeing Randy Moss in the crowd at Lambeau wearing Packers colors would make many Vikings fans physically ill.

What is even more worrisome for Minnesota fans is the reality of this happening. The Packers actually need a tight end this year and they could be looking at one in that third-round range where Moss is expected to come off the board.

Even if they have a prospect who is available that is ranked a little higher, or similarity ranked, Green Bay could go with Moss just to spite the Vikings.

Minnesota certainly doesn’t need a tight end this year and they likely don’t have Moss on their radar. They wouldn’t like to see him end up in the division though because he has the talent to be a very good tight end in the NFL.

Moss is only 6-foot-2, but he weighs 250 pounds. He’s an H-Back type who coaches love due to his blocking ability. Being the son of Randy Moss, he also has good hands and natural ball skills.

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The younger Moss has the potential to develop into a tight end who rarely comes off the field in the NFL. Vikings fans will hope he does this for a team that they only see once every four years.