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News: 19 hours agoMoore tallied three carries for 10 yards, three catches (on four targets) for 16 yards, two punt returns for eight yards and one kick return for 23 yards during Sunday's 37-14 win in Cleveland.
Spin: Moore has slowly but surely built up his offensive snap count as his rookie campaign has gone on, culminating with a season-high 58 percent share Week 6. Still, he ranked fourth in the category among Cardinals wide receivers behind A.J. Green (91), DeAndre Hopkins (89) and Christian Kirk (85). Moore's six touches fall smack dab in the middle of his range to date (3-to-8) and just above his 5.5 per game. With so few looks, he has to make the most of them on a weekly basis, making it difficult to know when exactly he'll hit.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Moore was selected by Arizona with the 49th overall pick of April's draft. The Purdue product is a 5-foot-7, 180-pound short-area, slot receiver. He led the nation with 114 receptions as a true freshman in 2018 before combining to play eight games due to injury and a COVID-related opt out over the past two seasons. Moore aligned in the slot 88% of the time during his time at Purdue, and his 5.2 aDOT and 11.0 YPR are lowest in this year's rookie class during that span. Expect the speedy Moore (reported 4.28 40) to find his way to a slot/rusher/returner role in the pros, though short-term playing time may be limited with DeAndre Hopkins, A.J. Green and Christian Kirk also on the depth chart. Moore is a shaky bet for immediate flex production, but his pedigree in a good offense makes him worth a late flier.