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Jan 7, 2023 0 0 0 0
Jan 1, 2023 3 33 18 0 3
Dec 24, 2022 1 5 5 0
Dec 18, 2022 0 0 0 0 1
Dec 11, 2022 1 7 7 0

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2022 22 250 11.36 24 8.00 171.1
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Fantasy News

  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Cleared for divisional round

    Moore (hand) was a full participant in Tuesday's practice. Moore sat out Kansas City's regular-season finale against the Raiders on Jan. 7 due to a laceration on his right hand, but he looks to be feeling fine coming out of the team's bye week during the opening round of the postseason. Kansas City could remain without Mecole Hardman (pelvis) for Saturday's divisional-round matchup with the Jaguars, but Hardman's absence didn't open up extensive work for the rookie in Week 17 against the Broncos. Moore recorded three catches for 33 yards on four targets in that contest but played just 26 percent of Kansas City's snaps on offense.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Ruled out for Week 18

    Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said Moore will be listed as out for Saturday's game due to a lacerated right hand, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports. The injury prompted Moore's early exit from last Sunday's win over the Broncos and resulted in his practice reps being managed carefully for Week 18. Though the rookie wideout doesn't appear to be dealing with a long-term concern, he'll sit out the regular-season finale with the hope of being back to full strength for the start of the postseason. Once healthy, Moore may not have much of a role for Kansas City, as the Chiefs have all their other key receivers available now that Mecole Hardman (pelvis) has been reinstated from injured reserve. The second-round pick out of Western Michigan finishes the regular season with 22 catches for 250 yards on 33 targets to go with 24 yards on three carries.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Limited in practice Wednesday

    Moore (hand) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice. Moore upgraded his practice activity after beginning the week with a 'DNP' on Tuesday. Charles Goldman of USA Today reports that Moore's hand is still swollen and sore, but he will have one more chance to upgrade his status ahead of Saturday's contest against the Raiders.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: DNP on Tuesday

    Moore (hand) was a non-participant at Tuesday's practice. Moore was forced out of Sunday's win versus the Broncos with a hand injury, which is keeping him off the practice field two days later. The Chiefs have begun prep for a Week 18 road matchup with the Raiders, giving the rookie second-round pick just two more chances for on-field work ahead of Saturday's scheduled 4:30 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Hurts hand in Week 17

    Moore won't return to Sunday's game against the Broncos after suffering a hand injury. Prior to being forced out of the contest, Moore caught three of his four targets for 33 yards. In his absence, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Justin Watson and Kadarius Toney will handle Kansas City's Week 17 wide receiver duties.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Two touches in Week 15

    Moore compiled zero targets during Sunday's 30-24 overtime victory versus the Texans. Moore played just 38 percent of the snaps in this one and failed to draw a target for the second time in the last three weeks. He's not worth rostering in any format outside of dynasty and the deepest redraft formats, as the rookie hasn't logged more than 44 percent of the offensive snaps in a game all season.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Continues to play small role

    Moore tallied one reception (on two targets) for seven yards during Sunday's 34-28 win over the Broncos. Moore posted just one touch for a second straight week after tallying five catches each in Weeks 11 and 12. The rookie's role hasn't grown much as the season has gone on, as he has yet to play 50-plus percent of the snaps in a game, but he has played 39-plus percent of the offensive snaps in each of the last four. Still, Moore's primarily a stash in dynasty and keeper formats at this point.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Just one touch Week 13

    Moore logged zero targets during Sunday's 27-24 defeat versus the Bengals but rushed once for 12 yards. Moore hasn't really seized a consistent role in the Chiefs' offense, but he's taken on a slightly more significant role over the last few weeks following the injuries to Mecole Hardman (abdomen) and Kadarius Toney (hamstring). Moore did collect five passes in each of the previous two games, so he does have a bit more upside than he displayed in this one.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Week 13 Waiver Priority List

    Since Mecole Hardman (abdomen) got hurt, Moore has consecutive games with six targets and five catches. He's yet to score or gain more than 63 yards, but the Chiefs are trying to get him going. We'll see if Kadarius Toney (hamstring) can play in Week 13 at Cincinnati, which will likely determine how much you can trust Moore, but if Toney remains out then Moore can be a No. 3 PPR receiver against the Bengals. He's worth adding for 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Sleeper WRs

    JuJu Smith-Schuster (concussion) is back for Week 12 against the Rams, but Kadarius Toney (hamstring) is out. With Mecole Hardman (abdomen) on injured reserve and Toney out, that should put Moore in a good spot to be a potential No. 3 Fantasy receiver in all leagues. After Toney was hurt in Week 11 against the Chargers with Smith-Schuster already sidelined, Moore ended up leading the Chiefs in targets with six and finished with five catches for 63 yards. Hopefully that's a sign of things to come, and he could really benefit with Toney out for this week.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Week 12 Adds (WR Preview)

    If JuJu Smith-Schuster and Kadarius Toney remain out then Moore is a top-36 wide receiver with top-20 upside. He set career-highs in snaps, targets, catches, and yards last week. This could be a springboard to a strong finish.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Week 12 Waiver Priority List

    Moore could have a limited role in Week 12 against the Rams, or he could be the best receiver in Kansas City if JuJu Smith-Schuster (concussion) and Kadarius Toney (hamstring) remain out. Toney left Week 11 against the Chargers, and Smith-Schuster and Mecole Hardman (abdomen - IR) were out. Moore ended up leading the Chiefs in targets with six and finished with five catches for 63 yards. Justin Watson (19 percent rostered) is also worth a look in deeper leagues since he had three catches for 67 yards on four targets against the Chargers. I would take both over Marquez Valdes-Scantling at this point. Moore is worth at least 5 percent of your remaining FAB, and Watson is worth 1 percent.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Takes advantage of injuries

    Moore caught five of six targets for 63 yards in Sunday's 30-27 win over the Chargers. The Chiefs entered Week 11 already down JuJu Smith-Schuster (concussion) and Mecole Hardman (abdomen), and they lost Kadarius Toney (hamstring) before halftime Sunday. The team's injury misfortune opened up an opportunity for Moore to put his skills on display. The rookie wideout did just that, setting new career highs in receptions (five) and receiving yards (63). It is currently unclear if Kansas City's receiver room will get any healthier next week, so the 22-year-old could find himself starting opposite Marquez Valdes-Scantling against the Rams next Sunday. If that scenario were to unfold, Moore could be a sneaky play in Week 12, especially if shutdown corner Jalen Ramsey is tasked with covering the more-proven MVS.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Little production sans JuJu, Hardman

    Moore was targeted once and recorded a six-yard reception across his 15 snaps on offense in Sunday's 27-17 loss to the Jaguars. The absence of Mecole Hardman (abdomen) and the early exit of JuJu Smith-Schuster (concussion) didn't yield more playing time for Moore, whose 24 percent offensive snap share matched his mark from the Week 9 win over the Titans. Rather than Moore, it was Justin Watson (45 snaps) and Kadarius Toney (28 snaps) who saw the biggest spikes in playing time among the Kansas City wideouts. In addition to losing reps at receiver to Toney, Moore also yielded punt-return duties to the trade-deadline pickup after a string of miscues on special teams in recent weeks.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Another blank in box score

    Moore didn't catch his lone target during Sunday's 20-17 overtime victory versus the Titans. Moore hasn't been relied on for a heavy role during his rookie campaign, logging no more than a 33 percent offensive snap share in a game thus far. However, given the draft capital the team put into Moore -- a second-round pick -- it's unlikely he will be forgotten yet. Still, the Chiefs acquired Kadarius Toney at the trade deadline and already sport three capable options in JuJu Smith-Schuster, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Mecole Hardman, along with star tight end Travis Kelce, so there may be few snaps remaining for Moore this season.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Comes up empty

    Moore didn't reel in his lone target during Sunday's 44-23 win versus San Francisco. Moore also fumbled a punt, which was recovered by the 49ers, so it wasn't exactly a banner day for the rookie wideout. Moore also logged just 14 offensive snaps (22 percent), so he's likely nothing more than a stash for dynasty and deep leagues at this juncture. Mecole Hardman, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and JuJu Smith-Schuster rank ahead of him in the pecking order. Still, Moore could unlock a more prominent role if one of the group misses time, given his versatility to play both in the slot and out wide.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Catches one pass in loss

    Moore caught one of three targets for 24 yards in Sunday's 24-20 loss to the Bills. Moore once again had a quiet game with limited opportunities in Kansas City's offensive attack. However, he has seen his snap percentage increase in recent weeks as the Chiefs look to get the talented rookie involved more in the offense. If this trend continues, Moore could be an intriguing fantasy option down the stretch based on his playmaking ability. With that said, the 5-foot-10, 195-pound wideout will be difficult to rely on in a Week 7 matchup with the 49ers.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Small contribution Monday

    Moore logged two receptions (on three targets) for 15 yards during Monday's 30-29 win versus Las Vegas. Moore did see a slight uptick to 25 offensive snaps in this one, marking a career-high total on that front. It also represents back-to-back weeks the rookie has posted career-best outputs. To be fair, the Chiefs trailed 17-0 and 20-7 in this one, so there was a more pass-heavy approach than usual that likely contributed to Moore's uptick. Still, it's an encouraging sign to see Moore a bit more involved in the offense.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Stashes (WR Preview)

    Skyy Moore played 23 offensive snaps the first three weeks of the season. He played 22 in Week 4. His breakout may be just around the corner.
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  • Chiefs' Skyy Moore: Catches two passes in win

    Moore caught two of four targets for 31 yards in Sunday's 41-31 win over the Buccaneers. Moore played 22 offensive snaps in Week 4, marking his highest total of the season so far. It's possible the Kansas City coaching staff is making an effort to get the rookie more involved as the season goes on, as his playmaking ability would be a great weapon for the Chiefs' high-flying offense. With that said, Moore operated as the team's No. 4 wideout behind Marquez Valdes-Scantling, JuJu Smith-Schuster and Mecole Hardman. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes is spreading the ball around to his pass catchers thus far, so Moore's piece of the offensive pie could continue to be limited barring injuries to his fellow receivers. The 22-year-old's increased usage is a promising sign, but he'll likely be difficult to trust for fantasy in a Week 5 matchup with the Raiders.
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