Santana Moss WR WAS Sep 23 '12
Santana Moss caught one pass for a three-yard touchdown in the Redskins' Week 3 loss to the Bengals.
Even with Pierre Garcon (foot) sidelined, Moss is a non-factor. His touchdown came on a designed goal-line route when he beat Adam Jones to the sideline. Fantasy owners can move along.
Santana Moss WR WAS Sep 16 '12
Redskins WR Santana Moss caught three passes for just 14 yards in Sundays loss to the Rams.
With Pierre Garcon out, some expected a larger role for Moss, but that was not the case. He was targeted only three times, and his longest reception went for nine yards. There's little to no fantasy value to be had with the aging wide receiver.
Santana Moss WR WAS Sep 09 '12
Santana Moss caught three passes for 47 yards on Sunday.
Moss was strictly a slot receiver and made the most of his opportunities, catching all three targets. He isn't much of a fantasy option at this stage in his career.
Santana Moss WR WAS Sep 03 '124 Comments
The Washington Post suspects Santana Moss could only be on the field for half of the offensive snaps this season.
Santana Moss WR WAS Aug 26 '12
Santana Moss has not overtaken Brandon Banks as the Redskins' punt returner.
After losing 15 pounds and being demoted to slot duties, Moss requested an opportunity to help out as a punt returner. He handled two punts in Saturday's preseason game against the Colts, returning them for 24 yards. Said Moss, "...if [Brandon] Banks ever stubs his toe, you can count on me."
Santana Moss WR WAS Aug 25 '12
Santana Moss caught his only target for a four-yard touchdown in the Redskins preseason game on Saturday.
Moss worked as the No. 3 wide receiver and saw action as a punt returner early on in the game. He wraps up the preseason with just two catches for 20 yards. As Joe Theisman pointed out, Moss is no longer a "wide" receiver, but rather strictly a slot guy. He'll head into the season behind Pierre Garcon and Leonard Hankerson and is worth no more than a late-round flier.
Santana Moss WR WAS Aug 13 '12
Santana Moss remains locked into the slot receiver job.
After slimming down to 189 pounds and regaining some quickness, the 5'10" Moss fits naturally in the slot. He projects to bounce back off last year's per-game averages of 3.8 catches and 48.6 yards. Leonard Hankerson and Josh Morgan are battling for one outside receiver spot opposite impressive Pierre Garcon.
Santana Moss WR WAS Jul 26 '12
Santana Moss opened training camp in the slot, with Josh Morgan as the "Y" receiver and Pierre Garcon as the "Z."
"Right now, I'm a slot guy," said Moss. "It's something I've played the last few years here, but I'll probably be playing it more." Leonard Hankerson is currently fourth on the depth chart. We expect Moss to finish behind Garcon as the Redskins' second-most productive receiver.
Santana Moss WR WAS Jul 25 '123 Comments
Santana Moss showed up to Redskins training camp weighing in at 189 pounds.
Universally considered to be out of shape playing in the 200s last season, Moss set about to refine his conditioning this offseason. It could pay dividends for an aging receiver losing separation skills. Rotoworld's Chris Wesseling still likes Moss to lead the Redskins in 2012 receiving as the flanker and slot receiver. We all expect Moss to win the starting job opposite Pierre Garcon.
Santana Moss WR WAS Jun 21 '12
After talking with Redskins coaches, ESPN NFC East blogger Dan Graziano believes Santana Moss still "retains a chance" to be the team's No. 1 receiver in 2012.
After widespread post-free agency speculation that Moss' roster spot was no longer secure, Graziano originally believed the veteran would be limited to slot duties. Upon hearing from from coaches, he came away with the impression that Moss is projected as the starter opposite Pierre Garcon. With a late 10th-round ADP, Moss is shaping up as one the draft's biggest bargains this summer.