ESPN Fantasy Projection: Back in 2019, Moore broke out with an 87-1,175-4 receiving line in what was his second NFL season. The 2018 first-round pick posted a similar line (66-1,193-4) in a new offense last season, though his usage was quite different. Moore handled more deep targets, which vaulted his aDOT from 11.2 to 13.6 and his YPT from 8.7 to 10.0 (ninth highest in the NFL) but crushed his catch rate (64% to 55%) and reception total. Moore also struggled with drops (eight) and continues to underwhelm in the TD department (10 in three seasons), but he sees plenty of volume (25% target share last season) and is one of the game's better young playmakers. The 24-year-old, who very well could get better QB play with Sam Darnold under center this season, should be valued as a fringe WR2.