Washington, who also has played on special teams, was the lone wideout when the team lined up in its power package http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/articles/2007/08/27/picking_up_the_pace/ Sounds like it's not just generically running with the first team, but also being THE guy in a particular package. Or would Moss get that job if healthy? Not for his blocking skills, but because he'd force two defenders to go with him for fear of a quick jump ball? Hmm. If I were defending Moss in a true goal-line situation, I don't think I'd put two guys on him. Rather, I'd have a Vrabel/Thomas kind of linebacker line up over him and try to knock him backwards. On the other hand, if the field were longer, that same tactic might be a quite unacceptable risk.