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October 08th 2010:Moss traded to the Vikings, best QB in the NFC west and more fantasy football

Join Tony this week as he is joined by Irv Smith, Liffort Hobley, Anthony Crescenzo to talk about Moss being traded and fantasy football.

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Anthony Crescenzo

Anthony Crescenzo is a devoted family man and a wanna-be football player. Starring for the Trojans, and not the USC Trojans, the Trinity International University Trojans from 1995-1997. Before moving on and becoming an entrepreneur and opening two corporations, Quick Dry Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Inc. and Johns By John II Inc., a full septic company, he went back to play football in 2003 for the Hernando Eagles, a semi-pro team in the Southern States Football League (SSFL). He went on to win the Rice Bowl, the “Super Bowl” of the SSFL and being named the MVP of both the Rice Bowl and the Pro Bowl game played in the Sun Life Stadium in Miami, where the Orange Bowl takes place. Lik
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Liffort Hobley

Born on May 12, 1962 in Shreveport, La. Is a former Professional American Football safety in the National League. He played eight seasons for the Saint Louis Cardinals and the Miami Dolphins.
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Irv Smith

Mr. Smith was a former American football player who was selected by the New Orleans Saints in the first round of the NFL draft in 1993. As a tight end, he went on the star at the University of Notre Dame. Mr. Smith played in the NFL for seven seasons.
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