I don't think that Moss is going to make a whole lot of short catches/route-based plays this year. However,he should be able to make at least one athletic play or two (think jumping over DB to caach the ball). He makes one of those a game (plus one or two cheap screens a basic catch that gets him to about 70 yards. If he stays healthy all year, that's 1100 yardss right there. If Moss stays healthy, that's his low end. His high end is up around 1600 yards, which would put him easily in the top 5 WR.