Yes, but consider Oakland's non-division opponents and how they ranked against the pass last year:
New England (19th) - Moss double teamed by Rodney Harrison
Philly (12th) - Moss double teamed by Brian Dawkins
Dallas (20th) - Moss double teamed by Roy Williams
Tennessee (26th) - OK, this one will be easy
NY Jets (14th)
NY Giants (9th)
OK, so that's 10 games.... 3 of them against top 5 secondaries... 5 of them against top 10 secondaries... 7 of them against top 15 secondaries.... 9 of them against top 20 secondaries....
And against 3 of those outside the top 10 (NE, PHI, and DAL), Moss will be double covered by All-Pro safeties....
So I'm not seeing this piece of cake schedule you're talking about.... Not at all.....
NE - why would the SS be double covering Moss? I see no reason why Moss wouldnt be able to abuse the 5-10 Eugene Wilson.
PHI - Yeah - gotta respect Dawkins there.
Dallas - again why would the SS be covering Moss? Keith Davis could be in trouble though as he also gives half a foot to Moss.
BUF - gotta respect Vincent.
WAS - who is in their secondary again? Hopefully STaylor isnt in jail and SSprings really isnt overrated - otherwise Moss could run free.
MIA - is Tillman good enough to shut him down? Poole? Madison?
I can go through the NFL and name on one hand secondaries that I think Moss may struggle against if they have great games against him. The schedule isnt a sentence against Moss by any means.
One of the biggest things I look at is the concept that OAK will be involved in high scoring games due to their poor D - thats fantasy gold right there.