Week Thirteen Analysis: No one said that it would be pretty to be a Santana Moss owner. In the last seven seasons he's only topped 1,000 yards twice, and he won't likely do it this season either. Moss has now scored in five of his last seven games, but has still never had more than four receptions in any outing. This week Moss faces a Giants team that leads the league in touchdowns allowed to enemy wide receivers. It's fair to note that two of those 16 touchdowns came at the hands of Moss in their Week 7 meeting. I worry about Pierre Garcon siphoning off his scoring chances, but he did score last week in the same game Garcon scored.
Week Eight Adds: With Pierre Garcon likely lost for another month (at least), it means that RG3 will need to make due with the team's other receivers. Just like he has all year. The only one of them that's approached consistency is Santana Moss. He's scored in three of the past five games. For an old guy, he looked pretty fast on last week's touchdowns. With Fred Davis out for the year, he'll get a few extra passes each week. I'd bid around $5 for him.
Week Three Drop: It looks like veteran receiver Santana Moss is out of place in Washington's youth movement. The twelve-year veteran has managed just six catches to two games, despite starter Pierre Garcon getting injured in the middle of week one, and then missing the game in week two. Meanwhile, Aldrick Robinson, Josh Morgan, and Leonard Hankerson are all getting plenty of reps. The receiver pool in Washington is too thinned out for Moss to be a reliable contributor.