I have Santana Moss, and I'm perfectly fine with him averaging 80 yards a game. Why? Because my entire team is full of balanced players who always get something. They may not light it up, but they always score good points. Expecting someone to get 100 yards and a TD every game is ludicrous (even for Randy Moss, although it does happen a lot). Santana will score TD's, but it might not be as many as last year with the corps of receivers that Pennington now has. But, he should always get his yards, and that's something you can count on.
You'll find (as I have over the past 4 years) that having RB's who average 10 - 15 points a game, WR's who average 5 - 10 points a game, and QB's who average 15 - 25 points a game will win you more weeks than you lose unless the other team has two or three guys that just blow up. I have said this about 20 times this year, but I really want to adopt this as my "fantasy credo":
You only have to win by 1 (or .01) points to win a fantasy head-to-head matchup.
Therefore, if you have a team of consistent week to week players, you don't have to rely on Peyton to throw for 5 TD's or your RB to go for 200 yards and 3 TD's.
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