You guys can trade him if you want, but I'm going to keep my players that are averaging almost 24 points/gm. Remember that Brunell had two receivers over 1000 yds. in the same year (J. Smith and K McCardell) back in his Jacksonville days. He still throws a good ball, and don't worry about his age...he's still more mobile than half of the QB's in the league in their twenties, and a lot smarter.
Moss is very fast and can get separation from his defenders even if he's double teamed. If teams double Santana too much, you'll see Brunell kill them with Cooley and Patten. I'm from New England, and believe me, Patten contributed a lot to NE's success in the past few years. He's used to playing at a high level, in games that matter. Cooley is one of the best TE's out there right now. This is only his second year. Look at his stats last year with a terrible QB. He had more TD catches than the whole team.
Oh yeah, let's not forget about Portis. His big-play ability makes teams think twice about double-teaming anybody in the passing game.I never would have thought it at the start of the season, but WASH has one of the most balanced offenses in the league.
Another good thing is WASH has a good D, which almost guarantees the offense will get plenty of chances to score. (That means Moss has plenty of chances to score).
I guess what I'm saying is I believe the success of a player depends on his surrounding cast for the most part. Santana is in the right place at the right time. If I was you I would keep him until he gets hurt, or the season ends; whichever comes first.