Santana Moss | Washington Redskins | WR
Height: 5-10 Weight: 200 | Born: 6/1/1979
2012 Experience: 12th season
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Fantasy Football Outlook: With the additions of Pierre Garcon and Josh Morgan, veteran Santana Moss is no lock to keep a starting job. Maybe those moves got his attention because he came into camp fifteen pounds lighter, so I figure he will battle to keep a starting job.
With RGIII in town, it would be to Moss’s benefit to start; while he doesn’t have the speed he once did, Griffin’s strong arm should help him challenge slower secondaries for big plays. At this time, Moss isn’t worth much more than a WR5 on draft day.
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2012 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: ADP's | Rankings | Mocks | Cheat Sheets + Auction Values
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Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections
I don’t blame you if you can’t bring yourself to pull the trigger on Santana Moss at your draft. Back with the Redskins, Moss projects to have one of the worst quarterback situations in football, and his seems his only saving grace is that the Redskins will fall behind, most weeks and will throw against vanilla defenses in the second half.If you’re willing to live with that, then Moss should have some production once again, but I wouldn’t look to him as a start worthy option coming out of your draft. Moss should stay as a top 40 receiver on our boards this summer, but make sure you get him at a value as your No. 4 or 5 receiver in standard ten team leagues.
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It looks like Santana Moss is likely to re-sign with the Redskins, but it is anticipated that the team won’t give him an offer that will make him sing right away. That’s about the right value for Moss, as he would be a valuable receiver to keep with the teams top receiver being young in Anthony Armstrong and rookie Leonard Hankerson.
If Moss should stay in Washington, he would start the season as the best receiver to select on this team for fantasy football, but I would pass on him until the later rounds of your draft. I know he had over 1,100 yards and six touchdowns in 2010, but Moss is hard to trust in a starting lineup for any length of time, especially with unproven quarterback John Beck slated for the starting job.
Santana Moss is enjoying a re-surge with Donovan McNabb under center. McNabb will continue to look for Moss down the field as he is the one player that has good speed and McNabb’s best strength is throwing the deep ball.
2010 Fantasy Football Outlook
2009 Fantasy Year In Review: Santana Moss posted a couple solid days in the first month of the season but in the end that was just a teaser as he finished with his regular average numbers. Even though Jason Campbell threw more touchdowns than previous years, Moss’s total fell back to three on the season, and he didn’t get to 1,000 yards receiving.
This made Moss just another average veteran to have on your depth chart as he wasn’t respectable enough to use most weeks.
2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: This offseason has seen good and bad for the Redskins top target as the team landed Donovan McNabb but then Moss was failed a test for HGH use. At this time, it is assumed that Moss will be suspended to start the season but nothing is set in stone.
Moss is still a top thirty fantasy option at receiver on our draft board this season as he is the only proven producer in the receiving core at this point. Even with a suspension, if Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly waffle once again, Moss will continue to be the main target in down the field and that is what McNabb does best.
Because of a possible suspension and many fantasy owners are hoping for a breakout from Thomas, Moss will be had at a nice value on draft day. Don’t count on Moss as one of your starters but he does make for a very nice player to stash on your depth chart.
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– Shaky Offensive Line