5'7'' / 180 lbs
Moore recorded two catches (on three targets) for 35 yards during Sunday's 37-14 loss to the Rams.
With Michael Wilson (shoulder) sidelined for a second consecutive game, Moore had no problem racking up offensive snaps (53 of 71), which fell behind Marquise Brown (62) and Greg Dortch (54) and well ahead of Andre Baccelllia (eight) and Zach Pascal (seven). But Moore again fell shy of 40 yards from scrimmage for the eighth time in 12 appearances this season, leaving him with averages of 4.3 touches for 34.2 total yards per game and two total TDs overall. Whenever Wilson returns to the lineup, Moore may be on the outside looking in to holding much sway in the Cardinals offense.
Fantasy Points by Week 2022
Weekly Stats 2022
|Fantasy Points||Betting||Receiving Stats||Routes Run|
|4 @CAR||Outdoor 66°||3.7||78th||0.93||1.0||44.5||5||3||11||0||3.7||0||3||0%||0||0||0||16%||27%||0%||72%|
|5 PHI||Dome 87°||13.1||24th||1.46||5.5||48.5||8||7||68||0||9.7||2||7||0%||2||1||0||21%||83%||0%||14%|
|6 @SEA||Outdoor 80°||10.9||34th||1.82||-2.5||50.5||10||6||49||0||8.2||0||8||25%||2||1||0||28%||80%||0%||20%|
|7 NO||Dome 90°||4.1||71st||4.10||-2.5||45.5||2||1||31||0||31.0||16||15||0%||1||1||0||7%||13%||0%||86%|
|8 @MIN||Dome 53°||23.4||6th||2.60||4.0||47.5||8||7||92||1||13.1||1||12||13%||3||2||0||19%||58%||0%||40%|
|9 SEA||Dome 72°||14.9||14th||1.86||-2.5||49.5||10||8||69||0||8.6||4||4||20%||4||0||0||30%||72%||0%||28%|
|10 @LA||Outdoor 68°||18.4||16th||2.04||3.5||39.5||13||9||94||0||10.4||7||4||10%||4||1||0||37%||50%||0%||46%|
|11 SF||Outdoor 64°||-0.6||146th||-0.60||10.0||43.5||0||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0%||0||0||0||0%||50%||0%||50%|
Performance Splits: 2020 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Receiving Averages|
Career Stats by Season: 2021 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Receiving Stats||Routes Run|
Moore gathered in his only target for a 48-yard touchdown and tallied two carries for six yards during Sunday's 21-16 loss at Houston.
The Cardinals opened the scoring just 1:32 into the first quarter Sunday when quarterback Kyler Murray hit a streaking Moore for the wide receiver's longest catch of the campaign to date. Thereafter, though, Moore didn't see any looks in the passing game, marking the second time in 11 games that he earned only one target. He'll now turn his focus to Sunday's matchup with a Rams defense that he went for 26 yards from scrimmage on seven touches back in Week 6.
Moore recorded five catches (on eight targets) for 43 yards during Sunday's 25-23 victory versus the Falcons.
With Kyler Murray (knee) back in action for the first time in 11 months, Moore was able to tally season highs in receptions, targets and receiving yards in the Cardinals' 10th game of the campaign. But for the third time this season, Moore didn't have a carry after having at least two in the other seven contests, which may become the norm with running back James Conner (knee) also in the fold. Still, with Murray directing the offense, Moore may have a path for more consistent results on a weekly basis, continuing next Sunday in Houston.
Moore recorded one catch (on two targets) for five yards and four carries for three yards during Sunday's 27-0 loss at Cleveland.
In a game in which the Cardinals had a paltry 58 net yards of offense, it was no surprise that Moore wasn't able to do much on his typical number of touches (five) and snap share (67 percent). On the season, he's averaging 4.6 touches for 30.9 yards from scrimmage per game, which are numbers he may be able to hit once Kyler Murray (knee) is back from injured reserve. That may happen Sunday against the Falcons, so if Murray supplants rookie fifth-rounder Clayton Tune as Arizona's Week 10 starting quarterback, Moore should be in a better position to produce.
Moore had two rushing attempts for 11 yards and caught two of three targets for 10 yards in Sunday's 31-24 loss to Baltimore.
Moore's role has remained relatively unchanged as we near the midpoint of the season. The dual-threat is averaging 2.4 receptions and 2.1 carries through eight games this season, but he has struggled generate consistent results in such a small role on offense. With just one touchdown through eight weeks, there isn't much upside to playing Moore against a tough Browns' defense next Sunday.
Moore caught two of four targets for two yards and rushed four times for 24 yards in Sunday's 20-10 loss to the Seahawks.
Moore saw his usual allotment of combined rushes and receptions, but he failed to break off a big play and finished with another underwhelming fantasy line. The dual-threat wideout has been more effective on the ground (15-136-1) than he has operating out of the slot for Arizona this season (17-113-0). Moore's current value is limited to deeper leagues heading into next Sunday's matchup against Baltimore.
Moore tallied four catches (on seven targets) for 30 yards and three rushes for minus-4 yards during Sunday's 26-9 loss at the Rams.
Moore's target total was a season high, and his carry count matched his most on the campaign. Having said that, he wasn't efficient with those looks on his way to his third-fewest yards from scrimmage in six games this year. Prior to Sunday's contest, he was averaging a robust 14.5 yards per carry, so he likely will continue to get opportunities in that realm as long as the Cardinals' top running back James Conner (knee) is on IR. Moore will aim to bounce back Week 7 against a Seahawks defense that has given up the sixth-most catches (90) and third-most TD grabs (seven) to opposing wide receivers in five games this season.
Moore caught three of five targets for 26 yards and added 50 rushing yards on three carries in Sunday's 34-20 loss to the Bengals.
The 76 scrimmage yards were a season high for the third-year wideout, and 41 of his rushing yards came on a third-quarter carry on a direct snap after James Conner (knee) had left the game. Should Conner be sidelined in Week 6 against the Rams, Moore could see more work out of the backfield with undrafted rookie Emari Demercado stepping into the starting RB role.
Moore failed to secure both of his targets in Sunday's 35-16 loss to the 49ers.
Despite playing the second-most offensive snaps of any Cardinals receiver Sunday, Moore was unable to have any impact on the game from a production standpoint. The veteran wideout was a complete non-factor, being held without a catch for the first time this season. Moore's limited volume make him difficult to trust for fantasy purposes. The 23-year-old will look to bounce back, however, when the Cardinals host the Bengals in Week 5.