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Nov 27, 2022 0 0 0 0
Nov 21, 2022 0 0 0 0
Nov 13, 2022 9 94 26 0 9
Nov 6, 2022 8 69 18 0 6
Oct 30, 2022 7 92 38 1 16

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2022 41 414 10.10 1 -5 -0.83
2021 54 435 8.06 1 76 4.22 543.9
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Out this week

    Moore (groin) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. The second-year pro was injured on his second snap of the Week 11 loss to San Francisco and now has been ruled out for Arizona' final game before a Week 13 bye. Greg Dortch, who replaced Moore in the slot during Monday's loss, is listed as questionable with a thumb injury, while head coach Kliff Kingsbury said he expects Marquise Brown (foot) to be activated from injured reserve. Moore's target volume could take a hit if Brown and DeAndre Hopkins both are available by the time he's healthy again.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Another DNP on Thursday

    Moore (groin) didn't participate in Thursday's walkthrough, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Despite the Cardinals not holding an actual practice so far this week, Moore wouldn't have take part if the team had due to the groin injury that forced him out of Monday's loss to the 49ers in Mexico City after two offensive snaps. Coach Kliff Kingsbury is of the belief that Moore will need "at least a week" away from the field, per Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com, so Arizona may make a ruling on his availability for a Week 12 matchup with the Chargers as soon as Friday. With Greg Dortch (thumb) also a DNP on Wednesday and Thursday and Marquise Brown (foot) uncertain to be activated from IR ahead of Sunday's game, DeAndre Hopkins, A.J. Green and Robbie Anderson currently are the healthy options at wide receiver for the Cards.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Sits out practice

    Moore (groin) was listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Moore lasted just two plays during Monday's loss to the 49ers in Mexico City before departing due to a groin injury. Speaking to the media Wednesday, head coach Kliff Kingsbury told Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com that Moore will require "at least a week" on the sideline, so the second-year wide receiver doesn't seem like a candidate to play Sunday versus the Chargers. If that comes to pass, the Cardinals also may be without Greg Dortch (thumb), while Marquise Brown (foot) will be on a pitch count if the team activates him from injured reserve. As such, DeAndre Hopkins, A.J. Green, Robbie Anderson and Brown would make up the Arizona receiving corps.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Shines in Week 10 win

    Moore caught nine of 13 targets for 94 yards in Sunday's 27-17 win over the Rams. Despite the fact that Colt McCoy was at quarterback for the Cardinals instead of Kyler Murray (hamstring) -- or maybe because of it -- Moore set new season highs in targets, catches and yards in an impressive performance highlighted by a dazzling fourth-down grab along the sideline in the fourth quarter that helped set up Arizona's final TD of the afternoon. It's not yet clear if Murray will be back under center in Week 11, but regardless of who is throwing the ball to him, Moore will take plenty of confidence into a key NFC West battle with the 49ers.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Moore led the Cardinals in targets in Week 9 against Seattle with 10 and finished with eight catches for 69 yards. He now has consecutive games with at least eight targets, seven catches, 69 yards and 14 PPR points. He's doing a great job as the running mate for DeAndre Hopkins and should be started in all three-receiver leagues in Week 10 at the Rams. Moore missed the first game against the Rams in Week 3 with a hamstring injury, but Greg Dortch had nine catches for 80 yards on 10 targets in his place. Hopefully, Moore can do something similar in the rematch.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Sleeper WRs

    Moore led the Cardinals in targets in Week 9 against Seattle with 10 and finished with eight catches for 69 yards. He now has consecutive games with at least eight targets, seven catches, 69 yards and 14 PPR points. He's doing a great job as the running mate for DeAndre Hopkins and should be started in all three-receiver leagues in Week 10 at the Rams. Moore missed the first game against the Rams in Week 3 with a hamstring injury, but Greg Dortch had nine catches for 80 yards on 10 targets in his place. Hopefully, Moore can do something similar in the rematch.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Back to full practice

    Moore (hand) practiced fully Thursday, Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com reports. Moore had a cap on his reps at Wednesday's walkthrough, but that clearly was a precautionary measure after he handled every rep in a normal session one day later. While Moore's status has cleared up for a Week 10 game at the Rams, the standing of quarterback Kyler Murray has not, as he followed a DNP on Wednesday with a limited showing Thursday. If Murray ditches his designation, be it on Friday's injury report or ahead of Sunday's 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff, Moore again should be heavily involved in the Cardinals offense. Since Marquise Brown (foot) hit IR after Week 6, Moore has reeled in 16 of 20 targets for 192 yards and one touchdown and recorded two carries for 12 yards over the last three contests.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Tending to hand injury

    Moore was limited by a hand injury at Wednesday's walk-through session, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Moore has been looked at early and often by quarterback Kyler Murray the last two games, with the second-year wide receiver combining for 15 catches (on 18 targets) for 161 yards and one touchdown and two carries for 12 yards. Both Moore and Murray are now tending to health concerns, with the quarterback sitting out Wednesday's session entirely due to a hamstring issue. Consequently, the statuses of both players should be monitored as the week goes on to gain clarity on whether or not the connection will continue Sunday at the Rams.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Leading receiver in loss

    Moore caught eight of 10 targets for 69 yards in Sunday's 31-21 loss to the Seahawks. The second-year wideout set a new season high in receptions while leading Arizona in receiving yards on the afternoon. Moore has seen at least eight targets in four of the last five games, giving him a solid floor heading into a Week 10 road matchup against the Rams.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Moore should again be a popular target for Kyler Murray, and I like Moore as a high-end No. 3 PPR receiver in Week 9. He just had his best game of the season in Week 8 at Minnesota with seven catches for 92 yards and a touchdown on eight targets, and that game proved he can co-exist with DeAndre Hopkins. Moore already faced Seattle in Week 6 and had six catches for 49 yards on 10 targets. I'm hoping for a similar amount of targets with better production this week at home.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Sleeper WRs

    Moore should again be a popular target for Kyler Murray, and I like Moore as a high-end No. 3 PPR receiver in Week 9. He just had his best game of the season in Week 8 at Minnesota with seven catches for 92 yards and a touchdown on eight targets, and that game proved he can co-exist with DeAndre Hopkins. Moore already faced Seattle in Week 6 and had six catches for 49 yards on 10 targets. I'm hoping for a similar amount of targets with better production this week at home.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Week 9 Waiver Priority List

    Moore had his best game of the season in Week 8 at Minnesota with seven catches for 92 yards and a touchdown on eight targets. We told you last week not to panic on Moore despite the return of DeAndre Hopkins, and both of them were able to co-exist against the Vikings. We'll see what happens when Marquise Brown (foot) returns to action, which won't be until Week 11 at the earliest, but Moore should remain a prime target for Kyler Murray. He's worth trusting as a high-end No. 3 receiver in all leagues heading into Week 9 against Seattle, and Moore should be added for at least 10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Week 9 Adds (WR Preview)

    If you promised me Moore was going to stay in the slot the rest of the season, I'd tell he's going to be a top-25 WR rest of season. That role has consistently seen eight-to-ten targets per game for Arizona this season, and Moore was back there again. The risk from Moore comes if they moves him outside like they did in Week 7. Hopefully Robbie Anderson gets acclimated and that doesn't happen again.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Season-high receiving yardage tally

    Moore secured seven of eight targets for 92 yards and a touchdown in the Cardinals' 34-26 loss to the Vikings on Sunday. He also rushed twice for 12 yards. Moore's reception, receiving yardage and target totals were all second to those of DeAndre Hopkins (12-159 on 14 targets), with the second-year wideout putting together his highest yardage total of the season as well and scoring a nifty 38-yard touchdown with some excellent work after the catch. Moore now has at least six catches in three of his past four games, and he should continue benefitting from the combination of the absence of Marquise Brown (IR-foot) and the lack of production from Arizona's other complementary receivers in a Week 9 home matchup against the Seahawks.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Makes one catch in Week 7

    Moore caught one of two targets for 31 yards during Thursday's 42-34 win versus the Saints. He was on the receiving end of Kyler Murray's first pass of the game, but only one of the quarterback's final 28 throws went Moore's way. While the Cardinals swapped in DeAndre Hopkins for Marquise Brown (foot) in the receiving corps, Moore logged a typical 88 percent of the offensive snaps, but his output in four appearances this season has wavered between one and nine touches and seven to 61 yards from scrimmage in any given week. Moore should continue to be heavily utilized in Arizona's offense moving forward, but it's tough to predict when consistent production will follow, especially with Robbie Anderson also new to the mix.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Flex Starter in PPR (Lineup Decisions)

    Moore's pretty well entrenched as the Cardinals' short-area target. For however long they can't run the ball, he should see some pretty consistent targets. I like him a lot as a safe No. 3 receiver in PPR ahead of Terry McLaurin, Darnell Mooney and Drake London this week.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Week 7 Adds (WR Preview)

    For as long as Marquise Brown is out, and that may be the rest of the season, I would anticipate Moore locking down the high-volume slot role in this offense. He's far more valuable in full PPR than he is in non, but this week he's a potential starter in both.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Week 7 Waiver Priority List

    The Cardinals receiving corps is in flux with DeAndre Hopkins now back, and Arizona traded for Robbie Anderson on Monday. But this comes after the news of Marquise Brown (foot) being out for at least six weeks. I expect Moore to remain relevant in PPR with Brown out, and he has 18 targets in his past two games for 13 catches and 117 yards. This role, whether it's been Moore or Greg Dortch when Moore was out, has produced at least 13 PPR points in four of six games. I'd add Moore where available for at least 10 percent of your remaining FAB. And you can take a flier on Anderson (24 percent rostered) now that he's with Arizona for 1 percent of your remaining FAB. Maybe, without Brown and now paired with Kyler Murray, Anderson could have some meaningful moments at some point this year.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Heavily involved

    Moore recorded six receptions on 10 targets for 49 yards in Sunday's 19-9 loss to the Seahawks. Moore tied for the team lead in targets with Zach Ertz, though Marquise Brown (ankle) was forced to exit the game prematurely. As has typically been the case, Moore worked primarily in the short areas of the field. However, he did rack up yards after the catch on two occasions to tally receptions of 26 and 16 yards. Moore should remain heavily involved in the offense even with the return of DeAndre Hopkins (suspension), so long as Marquise Brown (ankle) is forced to miss Thursday's Week 7 matchup against the Saints.
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  • Cardinals' Rondale Moore: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    For the first three weeks of the season we watched Greg Dortch post quality production for the Cardinals while Moore was sidelined with a hamstring injury. Finally, in Week 5 against Philadelphia, it was Moore's turn, and he turned eight targets into seven catches for 68 yards, along with two carries for minus-7 yards. Arizona is trying to put the ball in Moore's hands, which is great, and that should continue in Week 6 at Seattle with James Conner (ribs) and Darrel Williams (knee) banged up. Moore should be considered a high-end No. 3 PPR receiver this week, and Seattle has allowed five receivers to score at least 14 PPR points this season.
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