Five Keys To A Washington Redskins’ Super Bowl In 2010 (Part Three)

July 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This is the final article in a three-part series discussing what the Washington Redskins must accomplish in 2010 to contend for a Super Bowl. The first article focused on the health of Donovan McNabb and the new-look offensive line while the second previewed the new 3-4 base defense.  
Consistency at Wide Receiver

Since 2005, Santana Moss is the only Redskins receiver who has hauled in over 1,000 yards in a single season (he has done it twice in that time frame).
Aside from Moss, not one other wide out has emerged as a consistent threat for the past ten years. Antwaan Randle El is the only other wide receiver on the team since 2005 to have over 700 yards receiving in a season, which has left Moss subject to constant double teams.
Moss isn't getting any younger, and as of now he still remains the Redskins best receiver. Washington is once again depending on the combination of Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly to break out.
Thomas ...

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