There's a scene in Tombstone in which a wheezing Val Kilmer as Doc Holliday explains that he's moved out west to find relief from his tuberculosis. Then he killed a bunch of dudes before succumbing to the disease.
And now it is the recuperative airs of the west coast that has called two wily vets who's time may have come and gone. And like Wyatt Earp relied on Doc to have a magnificent last act, so too are fantasy owners pushing some chips onto the table that coaches Jim Harbaugh in San Francisco and Pete Carroll in Seattle are able to rekindle the embers of these two Hall-of-Fame-bait receivers.
And while the 49ers have upgraded the offense across the board and considering the ferocity of it's defense probably won't need to be in the middle of too many shootouts - dreams of the 2007 Moss may be enough of an enticement for some gamblers to jump in and take Moss high in the 9th round, ahead of some perennial question mark guys like Darrius Heyward-Bey and Santonio Holmes.
For T.O., whose open contract and late arrival in Seattle leave room for questions about whether or not he'll make the team, there is a lot less certainty. He's still a big guy, and apparently faster than ever before. But unlike Moss the question for T.O. has always been: Can he hold on the ball? In 2010 in Cincinnati he was the 8th most targeted receiver in the league with 139 balls thrown at him, but only 17th on the reception list with 72 grabs. To be fair he had 9 TDs, and almost 1,000 yds receiving, which is nothing to sniffle at. And the Seahawks promise to be down a lot this season and therefore quite amenable to throwing the football.