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Receptions
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Receiving Yards
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Fantasy Points
Jan 8, 2023 1 10 10 0 1
Jan 1, 2023 6 117 47 1 17
Dec 24, 2022 5 83 47 1 14
Dec 18, 2022 5 73 26 1 13
Dec 11, 2022 0 0 0 0

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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
2022 63 888 14.10 7 53 5.30 1267.4
2021 93 1157 12.44 4 48 6.00 1438.4
2020 66 1193 18.08 4 22 11.00 1459.7
3y Avg. 82 1175 14.33 4 37 7.40 1428.9
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Fantasy News

  • Panthers' DJ Moore: Quiet in finale

    Moore caught one of three targets for 10 yards in Sunday's 10-7 win over the Saints. Moore closed with another underwhelming output due to Carolina's poor quarterback play, as Sam Darnold completed merely five passes for 43 yards while throwing a pair of picks. After three straight 1,000-yard campaigns, Moore finishes this season with just 888 yards in 17 games. While his 63 catches and 117 targets both marked lows since his rookie year as well, Moore at least compensated by scoring a personal-best seven times. Although it's unclear who will be throwing him passes next season, Moore figures to remain atop the Panthers' wide-receiver depth chart, giving him a solid floor despite dealing with Carolina's quarterback carousel the past couple campaigns.
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  • Panthers' D.J. Moore: WRs to Start

    Imagine what could have been for Moore if he just had Sam Darnold at quarterback all year. That sounds funny, but Moore has been awesome with Darnold, scoring at least 18 PPR points in four of five starts. Moore is coming off his best game with Darnold in Week 17 at Tampa Bay when he had six catches for 117 yards and a touchdown on 10 targets, and the Saints have allowed five receivers in their past four games to score at least 13 PPR points.
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  • Panthers' DJ Moore: Eclipses century mark in loss

    Moore brought in six of 10 targets for 117 yards and a touchdown in the Panthers' 30-24 loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday. Moore paced the Panthers in receptions, receiving yards and targets on the afternoon while recording a touchdown for his third straight game. The fourth-year pro's 24-yard scoring grab midway through the second quarter gave Carolina a 14-0 lead at the time and pushed his career-high tally to seven, while the 100-yard effort was his fourth of the campaign. Moore's late-season rapport with Sam Darnold is certainly encouraging, and he'll aim to put a strong cap to the season in Week 18 against the Saints on the road.
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  • Panthers' D.J. Moore: WRs to Start

    Moore might have actually had a good season in 2022 if Sam Darnold was his quarterback, and the two have played well together over the past four games. Moore has three games with at least 18 PPR points over that span, and he has consecutive outings with at least six targets, five catches, 73 yards and a touchdown against the Steelers and Lions. In Week 7 against Tampa Bay, Moore had seven catches for 69 yards and a touchdown on 10 targets from P.J. Walker, and you should trust Moore again in the rematch in Week 17 on the road thanks to Darnold. The Buccaneers have also allowed six receivers to score at least 13 PPR points in their past three games against San Francisco, Cincinnati and Arizona.
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  • Panthers' DJ Moore: Finds end zone in win

    Moore secured five of seven targets for 83 yards and a touchdown in the Panthers' 37-23 win over the Lions on Saturday. Moore led the Panthers in receptions, receiving yards and targets during the momentous win, making his biggest impact with a five-yard touchdown grab early in the third quarter that was immediately preceded by his 47-yard grab. Moore now has back-to-back five-grab, one-touchdown efforts and should once again play a pivotal role in a critical Week 17 road battle versus the Buccaneers on Sunday, Jan. 1.
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  • Panthers' D.J. Moore: WRs to Start

    We haven't been fond of Moore often this season since he's been a bust for the majority of the year, but he is worth using as a No. 2 Fantasy receiver this week in the majority of leagues. The Lions are No. 2 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers, and 11 receivers have scored at least 13 PPR points against Detroit in the past five games alone. Moore has scored at least 18 PPR points in two of three games with Sam Darnold at quarterback, and Moore should have another productive outing in this matchup at home.
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  • Panthers' D.J. Moore: Flex Starter (Lineup Decisions)

    If you start Moore, you're banking on his target share remaining at a dominant level, and you're banking on his matchup against a very bad Lions pass defense. Tack on that weather doesn't figure to be an issue, and you've got a flex receiver with a little more upside this week than Mike Evans, Diontae Johnson, Amari Cooper and Chris Olave.
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  • Panthers' DJ Moore: Finds end zone

    Moore caught five of six targets for 73 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-16 loss to the Steelers. Moore opened the scoring for the Panthers by hauling in a five-yard touchdown along the sideline to begin the second quarter. After finishing last Sunday without a single catch, Moore responded by leading Carolina in all major receiving categories. With a touchdown in two of his last three appearances to boot, Moore has rebounded nicely ahead of Week 16's matchup versus the Lions.
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  • Panthers' DJ Moore: Likely to play Sunday

    Moore (ankle), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Steelers, is expected to play, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. Per Fowler, Moore had a productive week of practice and is thus trending toward suiting up versus Pittsburgh, though the wideout's status is nonetheless worth confirming. Fortunately for those inclined to use Moore in Week 15 fantasy lineups, the Panthers kick off among the early wave of Sunday games at 1 p.m. ET.
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  • Panthers' D.J. Moore: WRs to Sit

    Moore (ankle) practiced in full Wednesday and should be fine for Week 15 against the Steelers, but I would only start him in three-receiver leagues. He played 96 percent of the snaps in Week 14 at Seattle before getting hurt but managed no catches on three targets, and he's now scored six PPR points or less in four of his past five games. We'll see if the Panthers have to be more aggressive throwing the ball this week after Sam Darnold attempted just 24 passes at Seattle, but this should be a low-scoring affair with plenty of running. Pittsburgh also has allowed just two touchdowns to opposing receivers since T.J. Watt returned from his pectoral injury in Week 10.
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  • Panthers' D.J. Moore: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    If you start Moore, you're hoping he connects on a deep target or two and scores. He was close last week, but his recent track record is troubling. This is an offense that doesn't mind running the ball a lot, and they could end up having their way against the Steelers. I don't feel good about starting Moore and would rather go with volume-driven receivers in pass-favorable matchups like Darius Slayton, D.J. Chark and Donovan Peoples-Jones.
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  • Panthers' DJ Moore: Questionable after limited practice

    Moore (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Pittsburgh after downgrading to limited practice participation Friday, David Newton of ESPN.com reports. Reports following last week's win over Seattle suggested Moore suffered a minor knee sprain late in the game, but he was then listed on the practice reports with an ankle injury and managed full participation Wednesday and Thursday. The end-of-week downgrade suggests a real concern, with coach Steve Wilks acknowledging Friday that Moore is a game-time decision as the team prepares for a 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff, per Augusta Stone of the Panthers' official site. Wilks did say he hoped to know more Saturday -- perhaps a hint that reports on Moore's availability will come before Sunday morning.
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  • Panthers' DJ Moore: No limitations in practice

    Moore (ankle) was a full practice participant Wednesday. Moore reportedly suffered a minor knee sprain during Sunday's loss to Seattle, and he finished the game without a catch despite playing 96 percent of snaps on offense. Starting the week with a full practice suggests the injury might not bother him this Sunday against Pittsburgh, though interim head coach Steve Wilks said the Panthers want to see how Moore feels Thursday before deciding on his status, per Joe Person of The Athletic.
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  • Panthers' DJ Moore: Dressed for practice

    Moore (knee) is on the field for practice Wednesday, David Newton of ESPN.com reports. Moore seemingly received good news from the MRI he underwent Monday and may be dealing with a minor knee sprain. He played 96 percent of Carolina's offensive snaps in Sunday's win over Seattle, finishing without a catch on three targets. Moore's presence at practice Wednesday gives him a chance to play this Sunday against Pittsburgh.
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  • Panthers' DJ Moore: Needs MRI on ankle

    Moore is undergoing an MRI on Monday to address an ankle injury he sustained late in Sunday's win over the Seahawks, Joe Person of The Athletic reports. Moore was held without a catch, a disappointing fantasy performance even before he was forced off the field near the end of the contest. Monday's test results should provide some clarity on Moore's chances of suiting up Week 15 against the Steelers. Terrace Marshall, Laviska Shenault and Shi Smith would have to step up for Carolina if Moore is forced to miss any time.
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  • Panthers' DJ Moore: Blanked in victory

    Moore didn't catch any of his three targets and rushed twice for just six yards in Sunday's 30-24 win over the Seahawks. Moore was a non-factor as quarterback Sam Darnold managed just 120 passing yards. While the team tried incorporating Moore by giving him two of its 46 total rushing attempts, the wideout gained minimal yardage. Although Carolina's victory should help Moore reconcile with Sunday's dud individual outing, he'll no doubt be eager for a vastly improved performance in Week 15 versus Pittsburgh.
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  • Panthers' D.J. Moore: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Unlike their last game, I don't expect the Panthers to build a lead and cruise to a victory. In fact, it should be the opposite, which means more passing for Carolina. Moore's track record with Sam Darnold should kick down the door for Moore to score big for Fantasy managers. I'd start him over Mike Evans, Amari Cooper and both top 49ers wide receivers.
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  • Panthers' DJ Moore: Tops 100 receiving yards

    Moore recorded four receptions on six targets for 103 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 23-10 win over the Broncos. Moore topped 100 receiving yards for the second time this season, with three of his catches going for at least 20 yards. His longest reception went for 52 yards on a drive early in the fourth quarter, which ultimately help set up a Carolina field goal. Moore also tallied his fourth touchdown of the season on a four-yard catch late in the opening quarter. While he's been held back by quarterback play for most of the season, Carolina is sticking with Sam Darnold under center, which may turn out to be good news for Moore.
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  • Panthers' D.J. Moore: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Moore became an immediate start consideration once Sam Darnold was named the quarterback for this game, but he'll have to overcome an elite Denver pass defense, though they haven't been as sharp the last two weeks. With this game unlikely to turn into a shootout, the downside in playing Moore is far greater than the potential return. Dave is starting Allen Robinson, Zay Jones and Demarcus Robinson over the Panthers' No. 1 receiver.
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  • Panthers' D.J. Moore: Sit 'Em

    Moore will hopefully benefit with Sam Darnold under center, but it's hard to trust him in a matchup against the Broncos and likely cornerback Patrick Surtain. Moore, with the combination of P.J. Walker and Baker Mayfield, has just three touchdowns on the season and seven games with nine PPR points or less, including three in a row. Denver is No. 3 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers, and only three receivers have scored touchdowns against the Broncos this year.
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