The Washington Redskins were unable to defeat the Minnesota Vikings in Week 16, despite Minnesota boasting a porous pass defense that ranked 30th in the NFL entering the game. Fantasy owners who started Rex Grossman and Jabar Gaffney were still rewarded despite the loss, but unfortunately veteran Santana Moss had a quiet afternoon against a Vikings defense that had surrendered 31 touchdown passes entering the Week 16 matchup.
Despite being targeted ten times by Grossman, Moss caught only four passes for 46 yards and no touchdowns. His inability to get in the end zone stopped a modest two-game touchdown streak, as Moss had a receiving touchdown in both Week 14 against the New England Patriots and Week 15 against the New York Giants.
For the season, the Washington wide receiver has caught 43 balls for 539 yards and four touchdowns.
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