By Kyle Yates (FantasyPros), Sat, Jul 18th 2020, 12:55pm EDT
Moss was one of my favorite tight ends in the draft process this year, but the injury that prevented him from participating in pre-draft activities crushed his draft stock. However, he landed with the Washington franchise that has a huge opportunity at the starting TE spot. Richard Rodgers, Jeremy Sprinkle, and Logan Thomas are Moss' competition at the position. If he can beat out those players in camp, Moss should be on the field consistently this season. At the tight end position for fantasy, that's sometimes all it takes to be pushed into relevance. He's definitely someone worth keeping an eye on in Dynasty leagues. With all that being said, Moss is nothing more than a low-end TE2/TE3 this year.