Santana Moss has enjoyed some success in the Washington Redskins passing game over the years. He has been a reliable threat when healthy, as well as having to suffer through numerous mediocre quarterbacks whil learning multiple new offensive systems. Along the way, he has been the one player the team could count on in its’ offense.
But that appears to all be coming to an end, and perhaps much quicker than people may have believed.
Moss has been the clear cut No. 1 receiver in Washington since he joined the team in 2005. Aside from last season, where he played in 12 games, Moss appeared in at least 14 games for the Redskins every season. In his injury shortened season last year, Moss caught 46 passes for 584 yards and four touchdowns. While still respectable, his yards per catch average has gone down almost every season since he landed in Washington.
Couple that with the emergence of Leonard Hankerson, another product from the Miami Hurricanes football program and the signings of Pie...