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Rondale Moore

#2 WR,


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RANK: 82


171 FPTS

RANK: 46


22 yrs


5'7'' / 180 lbs



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Headed to Atlanta

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-03-14

The Cardinals are slated to trade Moore to the Falcons in exchange for Desmond Ridder, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

Per Pelissero, this is a one for one player deal, with Ridder headed to Arizona to back up signal caller Kyler Murray, and Moore on his way to Atlanta to bolster the team's wideout corps. In 17 regular-season games for the Cardinals in 2023, Moore caught 40 of his 62 targets for 352 yards and one touchdown and logged 28 carries for 178 yards and another score. In his new locale, the 2021 second-rounder should have a chance serve as a key target for new QB Kirk Cousins, alongside fellow WRs Drake London and Darnell Mooney. In that context, Moore has a chance to re-emerge on the fantasy radar in deeper formats this coming season.

Fantasy Points by Week 2022


Weekly Stats 2022

Fantasy PointsBettingReceiving StatsRoutes Run
4 @CAR Outdoor 66° 3.7 78th 0.931.044.5531103.7030%00016%27%0%72%
5 PHI Dome 87° 13.1 24th 1.465.548.5876809.7270%21021%83%0%14%
6 @SEA Outdoor 80° 10.9 34th 1.82-2.550.51064908.20825%21028%80%0%20%
7 NO Dome 90° 4.1 71st 4.10-2.545.52131031.016150%1107%13%0%86%
8 @MIN Dome 53° 23.4 6th 2.604.047.58792113.111213%32019%58%0%40%
9 SEA Dome 72° 14.9 14th 1.86-2.549.51086908.64420%40030%72%0%28%
10 @LA Outdoor 68° 18.4 16th 2.043.539.513994010.47410%41037%50%0%46%
11 SF Outdoor 64° -0.6 146th -0.6010.043.500000.0000%0000%50%0%50%

Performance Splits: 2020 to 2022

Fantasy PointsReceiving Averages
Home Outdoor 1 1-0.60.00295th0.
Home Retractable Dome 9 61.11.7116th5.44.2440.
Away Outdoor 10 70.81.3784th6.04.7350.
Away Dome 2 16.92.3736th5.55.0510.510.1-0.610.79%

Career Stats by Season: 2021 to 2022

Fantasy PointsReceiving StatsRoutes Run
2021 21 ARZ 14 7 109 64th645443518.1082%123111%74%0%17%
2022 22 ARZ 8 8 88 82nd5641414110.13713%16609%55%0%43%
Yards ball travels in the "Air" per completion. "YAC" is average yards gained after catch. "Drop"ped pass rate. "Share" of team passing targets.

Makes two end-zone visits in 2023

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-02-02

Moore gathered in 40 of 62 targets for 352 yards and one touchdown and took 28 carries for 178 yards and another touchdown in 17 games in the 2023 campaign.

For the first time in his three-year career, Moore logged a full 17-game slate, and he managed career highs in yards from scrimmage (530) and TDs (two) while working with three different signal-callers. Having said that, he had similar success with No. 1 Kyler Murray back under center than he did prior to Week 10, notching 31.5 total yards per game after that versus 30.9 before then. Moore has one year remaining on his rookie deal, and offseason moves will determine where the 2021 second-rounder stands in the WR pecking order next season.

Notches 34 total yards in Week 17

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-02

Moore caught three of four passes for 26 yards and had two carries for eight yards during Sunday's 35-31 win at Philadelphia.

Moore hasn't been lacking for snaps this season, earning at least a 60 percent share in 14 of 16 games. But his output has been depressed, to say the least, as evidenced by just five outings with 40-plus yards from scrimmage. With Kyler Murray directing the offense since Week 10 and multiple Cardinals WRs dealing with injuries during that span, Moore hasn't made much of a mark in box scores, totaling 16 catches (on 24 targets), six carries, 216 total yards and one receiving TD in seven contests. Moore will seek a more appealing performance Sunday against a Seahawks defense that has conceded the eighth-most receptions (210) to opposing wide receivers in 16 games on the campaign.

Gains eight yards on three touches

RotoWire Logo Published: 2023-12-17

Moore caught two of three targets for five yards and had one rushing attempt for three yards in Sunday's 45-29 loss to San Francisco.

Arizona's receiving corps received healthy reinforcements coming out of the bye week, but Moore's role remained constant the same way it did while his teammates were on the shelf. The three combined touches were the most for the utility wideout since Week 11 at Houston. Moore will struggle to generate fantasy value on so few touches when the Cardinals take on the Bears next Sunday.

One grab in loss

RotoWire Logo Published: 2023-12-06

Moore secured one of his two targets for six yards in Sunday's 24-10 win over the Steelers.

Even with fellow wideout Michael Wilson (shoulder) sidelined for the third straight week, Moore was an afterthought in the Cardinals' offensive plans Sunday. The veteran averaged a 75 percent offensive snap share in the previous two contests, but he saw his playing time reduced to a 52 percent share in Week 13. Moore should continue to find it difficult to produce effectively for fantasy purposes with his inconsistent usage. The Cardinals enter their bye in Week 14 before hosting the 49ers on Dec. 17.

Another lacking performance

RotoWire Logo Published: 2023-11-28

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.

Scores long TD on Sunday

RotoWire Logo Published: 2023-11-21

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.

Notches season-high five catches

RotoWire Logo Published: 2023-11-12

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.

Musters eight total yards in Week 9

RotoWire Logo Published: 2023-11-07

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.

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