Moore completed the 2015 season with 29 catches off of 43 targets for 337 yards and four touchdowns. Moore ended 2015 ranked fifth on the team in most receiving categories, including catches, targets and yards. His seven receptions of at least 20 yards tied him with Golden Tate and Theo Riddick for second on the team. Moore had a nice little run from Weeks 5 through 10, during which he caught four touchdowns in five games. In his five games following, he managed just four catches total as the second-year receiver TJ Jones began making his presence felt. Moore was brought in this offseason due to his familiarity with former offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi's scheme. With Lombardi now out of town, it wouldn't be a surprise to see Moore join him as the Lions look toward the future at receiver.
Moore (ankle) is listed as active Monday in New Orleans, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports. After missing two games due to an ankle injury, Moore practiced in full all week, blazing a trail for his return to the lineup. He's only been targeted more than three times in four of 11 outings this season, but in his first game at the Superdome since leaving New Orleans after the 2013 season, he'll aim to join the many wideouts that have reached the end zone against the Saints this season (21 times in all).
Moore (ankle) is probable for Monday's game against the Saints. Moore, who missed the last two games due to an ankle injury, was able to fully practice all week, so there wasn't much concern over his availability for Monday's game. He's seen his number fall off the cliff since a five catch, 106 yard explosion in Week 6, but he could see an uptick in usage against a Saints secondary that has allowed 13.9 YPC and 21 touchdowns to wide receivers this season.
Moore (ankle) practiced in full Thursday, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports. Moore appears on pace to return from a two-game absence, which was spurred by an ankle injury. The Lions could use his presence in the slot Sunday versus a Saints defense that has yielded 13.9 YPC and 21 touchdowns to opposing wide receivers in the current campaign.
Moore (ankle) is listed as inactive Sunday at St. Louis, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports. Moore will remain sidelined for a second consecutive week as a result of an ankle injury, giving TJ Jones and even Corey Fuller another chance to be factors in the Lions' passing attack.
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