Very interesting snap-by-snap breakdown of Santana Moss by Pro-Football Focus.

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When scanning over individual player snap distribution data, I’ll often come across a player or three who intrigue me. Often these players are wide receivers who play several different “positions” on offense and the intrigue usually lies in how much better (or worse) they are when lined up in one spot or another.

One of these players is Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss.

Moss handled 997 offensive snaps and 145 targets in 2010, both of which ranked 5th among all wide receivers during the regular season. 968 of those snaps came while lined up at wide receiver, 17 while at tight end, and 12 while in the backfield.

Obviously, we’re not too concerned about the 29 non-WR snaps, especially considering that just two of his targets came on those plays.

Instead, we move on to the intriguing part of the project, which is the breakdown between his snaps in the four different wide receiver snap zones (if you will): wide left, slot left, slot right, and wide right.

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