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Jan 8, 2023 1 11 15 0 1
Jan 1, 2023 2 18 15 0 1
Dec 22, 2022 2 15 8 0 1
Dec 18, 2022 4 51 21 0 5
Dec 11, 2022 6 60 24 0 6

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2022 37 446 12.05 1 5 1.00 462.9
2021 43 538 12.51 5 54 10.80 948.5
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Fantasy News

  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Has disappointing sophomore season

    Moore caught his only target for 11 yards in Sunday's 11-6 loss to the Dolphins. He finished the season with 37 catches on 65 targets for 446 yards and one touchdown. Moore was expected to take a step forward after racking up 538 yards and five touchdowns in just 11 games as a rookie. Instead, he regressed in every facet except availability. His only absence came Week 7, when Moore was sent home after requesting a trade. The second-round pick from the 2021 NFL Draft returned the following week and remains in the Jets' plans moving forward. An upgrade under center could revitalize Moore's career, but he's well behind 2022 first-round pick Garrett Wilson in the team's wide receiver pecking order.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Another two-catch game

    Moore caught both of his targets for 18 yards in Sunday's 23-6 loss to the Seahawks. After catching at least three passes in each of New York's first four games, Moore has totaled three or more receptions only twice since Week 5. His disappointing sophomore season will come to a close in Week 18 against the Dolphins. Moore heads into that game with just 36 catches for 435 yards and one touchdown in 15 appearances after racking up 43 catches for 538 yards and five touchdowns over 11 games as a rookie.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Week 17 Waiver Priority List

    Moore gets a boost with Mike White back under center at Seattle, and Moore scored at least 12 PPR points in two of three starts with White before he got injured. In his last game with White, Moore had six catches for 60 yards on 10 targets at Buffalo. He should avoid Tariq Woolen by lining up in the slot, and the Jets pass attempts should be up with White back. Moore can be a No. 3 PPR receiver in Week 17.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Three targets in loss

    Moore caught two of three targets for 15 yards in Thursday's 19-3 loss to the Jaguars. New York's entire offense struggled in this one, but Moore was notably out-targeted by both Garrett Wilson (nine) and Corey Davis (seven). Moore's best chance at fantasy relevance in Week 17 against the Seahawks would be the Jets getting Mike White (ribs) back under center. A Zach Wilson-Chris Streveler redux just won't cut it.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Week 16 Waiver Priority List

    Moore has a great matchup against the Jaguars in Week 16 since Jacksonville has allowed receivers from Detroit, Tennessee and Dallas to catch 44 passes for 519 yards and five touchdowns in the past three games, with four guys scoring at least 14 PPR points. Corey Davis (concussion) and Denzel Mims (concussion) are both injured, and Moore has 23 targets in his past three outings. Now, he only has a combined 24 PPR points with those targets, but he could be in a good spot against Jacksonville if Davis and Mims are out.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Corey Davis (concussion) could miss Week 15, which would make Moore a solid No. 3 PPR receiver. Moore stepped up in Week 14 at Buffalo when Davis got hurt with six catches for 60 yards on 10 targets, and he's now scored at least 12 PPR points in two of three games with Mike White under center. This is a great matchup against the Lions, who are No. 2 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers, and nine receivers have scored at least 13 PPR points against Detroit in the past four games. Garrett Wilson has top-10 upside this week in all leagues, and Moore can be a quality flex option as well.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Week 15 Waiver Priority List

    Keep an eye on Corey Davis (concussion), and if he's out in Week 15 then consider Moore a sleeper against the Lions. Moore stepped up in Week 14 at Buffalo when Davis got hurt with six catches for 60 yards on 10 targets, and he's now scored at least 12 PPR points in two games with Mike White under center. White has to be healthy as well since he's dealing with a rib injury, but if Davis is out then consider Moore a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in most leagues, with his value higher in PPR. He's worth adding for at least 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Week 15 Early Waiver Targets (Add/Drop)

    We're still waiting for Moore to have a true breakout, but he's trending in the right direction after Sunday's game. With Corey Davis leaving with a head injury, Moore actually led the team in targets and had his most productive overall game of the season – and he's now reached double digits in PPR points in two of his past three games. Moore is still a very talented player, and the Jets offense has a lot more life with Mike White in at QB, so he could be getting back to Fantasy relevance in time for the playoffs.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Season-high 10 targets in Week 14

    Moore caught six of 10 targets for 60 yards in Sunday's 20-12 loss to the Bills. Moore set season highs in catches and targets while coming four yards shy of his Week 12 season best. Mike White's insertion under center has helped Moore pick up the pace over the past three weeks after what had been a disastrous sophomore season for the wide receiver. White's status for Week 15 against the Lions is in doubt due to a rib injury, but there's a good chance that White plays and wide receiver Corey Davis (head) doesn't, which would put Moore in position for a busy afternoon against a vulnerable defense.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Quiet in Week 13 loss

    Moore caught two of six targets for seven yards and added a 10-yard rush in Sunday's 27-22 loss to the Vikings. Moore had room to get his second foot down on an attempted sideline catch late in the first half, but he failed to do so on a play that would have put the Jets in field-goal range. A seven-yard gain by Ty Johnson on the ensuing play followed by a 60-yard Greg Zuerlein field goal made Moore's blunder inconsequential, but that play was emblematic of the second-year wide receiver's struggles in 2022. Moore's a distant third on the Jets' wide receiver depth chart behind Garrett Wilson and Corey Davis heading into a Week 14 trip to Buffalo.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Week 13 Waiver Priority List

    Moore had his first productive game of the season in Week 12 against Chicago with Mike White under center for the Jets, finishing with two catches for 64 yards and a touchdown on two targets. Hopefully, Moore will get more targets when the Jets are in more competitive games, which could start this week at Minnesota. I'd like to stash Moore with an open roster spot in all leagues, and he's worth adding for up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Finds end zone in White's debut

    Moore caught both of his targets for 64 yards and a touchdown while rushing once for minus-4 yards in Sunday's 31-10 win over the Bears. Moore had struggled to produce with Zach Wilson under center for the Jets, but he made the most of his first touch in the second quarter, catching a well-placed pass from Mike White and bouncing off a tackle for a 42-yard gain. The second-year wide receiver's only other target came in the third quarter, and he caught it for his first touchdown of the season from 22 yards out. It remains to be seen whether White can sustain this form in Week 13 against the Vikings and beyond, but he unlocked the big-play potential of both Moore and Garrett Wilson (two touchdowns) in his season debut.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Sneaky Sleeper in PPR (Lineup Decisions)

    Mike White will draw the start over Zach Wilson and that changes the outlook for every Jets receiver. As the team's primary slot receiver in games that White started during the 2021 season, Jamison Crowder drew a 13.7% target share and racked up 143 yards on 14 receptions. With Moore expected to take over that role in Week 12 with White (based on his Week 11 usage) there's an opportunity for him to be a sneaky FLEX option sleeper in PPR leagues. We're going off book with this one, and while Moore didn't crack Dave's Week 12 WR plays, I would start him over D.J. Moore, Adam Thielen and Diontae Johnson.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Two catches in Week 11

    Moore caught two of four targets for 17 yards in Sunday's 10-3 loss to the Patriots. Moore made consecutive catches of 13 and four yards in the two-minute drill late in the first half, but that was the extent of his involvement on offense. He was the last player to touch the ball in the loss, making the curious decision to run out of bounds after a nine-yard kickoff return with no time on the clock. Moore's first two catches since Week 5 represent a small step in the right direction for the wide receiver heading into a Week 12 home game against the Bears.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Will work out of slot after bye

    Jets head coach Robert Saleh said Wednesday that he plans to utilize Moore out of the slot more frequently following the team's Week 10 bye, Josina Anderson of CBS Sports reports. After a strong rookie season during which he saw time both outside and in the slot, Moore has struggled as a sophomore. New York has used him predominantly as a decoy on the outside while featuring other options in the passing game, but more snaps in the slot could lead to more targets for the 5-foot-10 receiver. With the Jets on bye Week 10, Moore will have ample time to adjust to his new slot-heavy role before the team returns to action against the Patriots in Week 11.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: No targets in Week 9 win

    Moore wasn't targeted in Sunday's 20-17 win over the Bills. Moore played on 45 percent of the team's offensive snaps, and while Zach Wilson threw for only 154 yards, he still directed the ball toward eight different non-Moore targets, including four wide receivers. With only one target since Week 5, the disgruntled wideout will need to string together multiple productive performances following New York's Week 10 bye before he'll be back on the fantasy radar.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Another opportunity awaits

    Moore could take on a larger role Sunday against the Bills, as Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports that Corey Davis (knee) has been ruled out. Moore has been irked by a lack of targets, and the same pattern continued Week 8 against New England, as he was targeted only once despite Davis being out. Prior to complaining publicly, Moore had seen the field plenty but just wasn't getting thrown to. He then sat out a game and played only 10 snaps upon returning Week 8. With Davis still sidelined, Moore again has an opportunity to earn more playing time, and the Jets could certainly use the playmaking ability he demonstrated as a rookie in 2021.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Week 9 Waiver Priority List

    Moore is only being listed here in case he gets traded at Tuesday's deadline. He appears to want out of New York, and it's hard to blame him given his lack of production -- and targets -- all season. Week 8 was a bad look when Zach Wilson attempted a season-high 41 passes in a game when Corey Davis (knee) was out against New England, and Moore had just one target. Check back here throughout the day to see if something changes with Moore, and we'll determine his FAB based on his new destination if he's traded, which is what we hope happens to save his Fantasy value.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Could play key role in return

    Moore's expected to play a prominent role Sunday against the Patriots, as Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports that fellow wide receiver Corey Davis (knee) has been ruled out. Moore sat out New York's Week 7 win over the Broncos after requesting a trade due to a lack of usage, but he has subsequently been brought back into the fold. His desire for more targets could be promptly granted against New England, as the Jets will be without Davis, who leads the team with 351 receiving yards. New York may also be forced into more pass-heavy game plans moving forward after the season-ending knee injury to standout rookie running back Breece Hall.
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  • Jets' Elijah Moore: Back with team, expected to play

    Jets head coach Robert Saleh said Monday that Moore (personal) is back with the team and is expected to play Sunday against the Patriots, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Moore requested a trade ahead of the Jets' Week 7 win over the Broncos, and the wideout ultimately was made inactive by the team. Per Connor Hughes of SNY.tv, Moore being inactive wasn't a punishment, but rather because Saleh didn't want the receiver taking the field in his current mental state. With Corey Davis (knee) day-to-day, it would certainly be nice to have Moore back in the mix. Despite winning games, the Jets have struggled moving the ball through the air with Zach Wilson at the helm, though they'll likely have to lean on their quarterback more moving forward after losing breakout star Breece Hall (knee) for the season.
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