Santana Moss Named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week

Photo by Ned Dishman

Photo by Ned Dishman

It’s rare that you can point to precisely the play that earns someone a weekly award, but that’s the case here. Santana Moss took part in one special teams play, an 80 yard punt return for a touchdown, and is now the NFC Special Teams Player of the Week.

It’s the fourth NFL-issued award for the Redskins, after Clinton Portis being Offensive Player of the Week for week 5, and Chris Horton’s Defensive Player of the Week for week 2 and Rookie of the Month for September.

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9 Responses

  1. Matt,

    Any updates on the health of Moss, Clinton, Horton, Samuels? These injuries are making me nervous, the bye can’t come soon enough.

    Hail!

  2. STUD

  3. Good stuff. That punt return was amazing especially considering he nearly got taken out of the play to begin with.

    DCsportsblog has an article about Geisinger’s living arrangement that is pretty amusing. Living above someone’s garage seems like an odd place for a pro player to live, even if they are a backup.

  4. Outstanding job!lets finish the season on top

  5. anything on samuels Matt

  6. Good for Tana!! Yeah Matt, what about those injuries? I’m especially concerned about Horton. We really missed him last week against those cowardly Lions…

  7. Injury and practice updates coming shortly, soon as my hands thaw out.

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