Washington Redskins: Fear and Uncertainty Behind WR Santana Moss

August 31, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Washington Redskins have undergone a wealth of changes during this offseason, and while the head coach and GM changes made the most headlines, it is the stagnate state of the receiving corp that worries many fans. Moreover, what does it say about the team that their projected opening day starter alongside Santana Moss, Joey Galloway, is just a year younger than newly hired receivers coach Keenan McCardell?
It says the Redskins could be in for a world of hurt on offense with no passing game to turn to.
Last season, the offense was awful for a variety of reasons. The offensive line had been neglected and fell into disrepair which led to the stalling of the running game. Clinton Portis went down with a concussion and Chris Cooley went down with a broken ankle. Midway through the season, teams keyed on Fred Davis and Moss because they weren't worried about the run game or anyone else on the field.
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