Moore caught his lone target for a 30-yard gain Sunday against the Steelers.
The third-year player had a season-high in receiving yards and has caught 12 of his 15 targets for 128 yards on the season. However, opportunities remain limited for Moore despite his reliability when targeted with Michael Crabtree, Willie Snead, and John Brown absorbing the majority of the wide receiver targets. Moore and the Ravens are on a bye in Week 10 before returning to action Nov. 18 against the Bengals.
Moore caught both his targets for a total of 19 yards against the Panthers.
Moore played a season-high 38 snaps Sunday but his role in the passing game remained minimal as he failed to draw more than two targets for the seventh time in eight games. As long as Michael Crabtree, Willie Snead, and John Brown are healthy, Moore will be lightly used in the Baltimore passing game. Moore and the Ravens will host the Steelers in Week 9.
Moore had one catch for 14 yards and added a nine-yard rush against the Saints.
Baltimore's top three receivers are all producing, which continues to leave Moore with minimal opportunities. He hasn't seen more than three targets in any game this season and he hasn't racked up more than 20 yards in any game. As things stand, Moore will continue to play a minor role in the Baltimore passing attack.
Moore caught all three of his targets for 12 yards during Sunday's 21-0 win over Tennessee.
It was a season high in catches for Moore, but he was unable to do much with them. He's averaging just 8.1 yards per reception. There isn't much opportunity for down-the-totem-pole receivers like Moore in a Ravens offense that likes to throw to the running backs and tight ends, but a favorable matchup awaits Sunday against a Saints pass defense ranked 30th in the league with 313.4 opponent receiving yards per game.
Moore caught one of two passes for 20 yards in Sunday's 12-9 overtime loss to the Browns.
Moore was on the field for 26 percent (23 of 87) of Baltimore's offensive snaps Sunday, and his two targets were his most since Week 2. Barring an injury to one of the Ravens' top three receivers, Moore doesn't figure to have much of a role going forward. He has just five catches for 53 yards this season.
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