Not sure what players to start on your fantasy football team? Need some last minute advice? We'll give you a player to watch from the Redskins and from their opponents every Sunday morning.â†µ
Redskins: Chris Cooley told the Sports Junkies on Friday that the Redskins passing game isn't being adapted to fit their group of wide receivers. That means that the Kyle Shanahan offense that helped Andre Johnson lead the league in receiving yards in 2009 won't be vastly different in 2010 just because the Redskins don't have big receivers. As the clear No. 1 wide out, Santana Moss should benefit the most from Shanahan calling the plays.â†µ
Cowboys: With this being the Redskins' first game using a 3-4 defense, don't be surprised to see the team give up some big runs. Cornerbacks Carlos Rodgers and DeAngelo Hall have each looked promising in the preseason, but Washington gave up some big runs to LaDainian Tomlinson of the Jets. If the Cowboys are smart enough to run the ball against a defense that is still getting used to their new scheme, their game breaker Felix Jones could be in for a very big day.