Moore caught all three of his targets in Monday's 23-17 win over the Eagles, losing a total of six yards but scoring a touchdown.
On a fourth-and-goal at the Eagles' two-yard line, Moore's number was called on a jet sweep but he was immediately stuffed by Derek Barnett for a loss of five yards. He came through later in the first half though, as Russell Wilson found Moore in the end zone for his fifth receiving touchdown of the season, tying his career high. In fact, Moore's on pace to set career bests in every category, but he's not dependable as a fantasy option behind DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett.
Moore (hip) is active for Monday's game against the Eagles.
The 25-year-old was added to the injury report with the hip issue Friday as a limited participant and was questionable to play, but he'll be suiting up for Monday's contest. Moore should continue to operate as Seattle's No. 3 wideout behind Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf.
Moore (hip) was a limited participant in Friday's practice, Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest reports.
Moore wasn't listed on Thursday's practice estimate, indicating that he may have suffered this injury during Friday's session. That's a bit concerning, and it makes Saturday's practice status even more important for his chances to play Monday against the Eagles. Rookie Freddie Swain will bump into the No. 3 role if Moore ends up sidelined Week 12.
Moore was targeted twice and caught two passes in Thursday's 28-21 win over the Cardinals.
Russell Wilson threw for a season-low 197 yards in this game. Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf predictably were the focal points of a narrow target tree, as the pair combined for 12 receptions, 113 receiving yards and two touchdowns. Moore was left out of the equation as a result, but he'll have his typical boom-or-bust appeal again in Week 12 against the Eagles.
Moore caught two of three targets for 16 yards and rushed once for two yards in Sunday's 23-16 loss to the Rams.
Moore handled a season-high 61 percent snap share, but that translated to his lowest yardage and reception total since Week 5. There's a chance his opportunities increase further in Thursday's matchup against the Cardinals, as coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Tyler Lockett has a "bit of a knee sprain," according to Brady Henderson of ESPN.com. If Lockett's unable to play Thursday, Moore will operate as the No. 2 wide receiver behind DK Metcalf, and there should be plenty of opportunities to go around considering Lockett was targeted 20 times against the Cardinals in Week 7
Moore caught four of six targets for 71 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 44-34 loss to the Bills.
The fourth-year wide receiver enjoyed season highs in both receptions and targets. The highlight of his day came in the fourth quarter when he took a vertical route to the end zone, seemingly uncovered, and waited for Russell Wilson to toss a 55-yard moonball. Moore now has four touchdowns on the season, doubling last year's total and putting him one shy of a career high in the category.
Moore (ankle/back) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Bills, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
Moore was added to the Seahawks' official injury report Thursday after failing to practice due to the two listed issues, but his lack of a designation heading into the weekend suggests he may have just gotten some extra maintenance. Expect Moore to continue rotating with Freddie Swain in three-receiver sets Week 9, but neither can be counted on to see many looks with DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett typically hogging the targets.
Moore (ankle/back) was a non-participant during the Seahawks' practice session Thursday, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
Moore was absent from the Seahawks' injury report Wednesday, prompting curiosity regarding the time and place when he sustained the two injuries. It's certainly possible the 25-year-old wideout suffered the injuries during practice, though until more details are uncovered, his status for a Week 9 matchup against Buffalo remains uncertain. Moore has registered six catches for 72 yards and a touchdown over his past two appearances, and he has at least four targets in three consecutive games played.
Moore recorded three receptions on three targets for 18 yards and a touchdown in Week 8 against San Francisco. He also chipped in two rushes for 28 yards.
Moore maintained his usual role as third receiver for the team, finishing behind both DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett in targets. He got involved in the offense early on, recording two receptions for 12 yards on the team's second offensive possession. His only other reception came late in third quarter when he caught a six-yard touchdown in the middle of the end zone. It was Moore's third score of the season. Despite his reliability in the red zone, Moore has yet to surpass four targets this season and is unlikely to see his volume spike without the absence of Lockett or Metcalf.
Moore (ribs) re-entered Sunday's game against the 49ers, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Moore missed a drive after suffering a rib injury, but he quickly returned to Sunday's divisional tilt. The 25-year-old wide receiver adds further speed to a blazing set of Seahawks receivers, and he can contribute as a rusher as well, something that may be necessary because of the team's backfield conundrum.
Moore was forced out of Sunday's game versus the 49ers with a rib injury.
With Moore sidelined, the Seahawks have just four healthy wide receivers. The target tree will continue to favor Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf, and Freddie Swain will be counted on until Moore can return.
Moore caught all three targets for 54 yards in Sunday's 37-34 loss to the Cardinals. He also added a four-yard carry.
It was the Tyler Lockett show for Seattle, as the star receiver caught 15 passes for 200 yards and three scores, but Moore made some key plays to keep drives alive. Each pass Moore caught went for a first down, including a third-down conversion in the fourth quarter that set up a Lockett touchdown just a few plays later. Moore's not a weekly play in redraft fantasy formats, but he has big-play ability and remains a tournament DFS play.
Moore didn't haul in any of his three targets during Sunday's 27-26 win over the Vikings.
Moore's boom-or-bust style was on full display Sunday night, as he dropped a 40-yard pass from Russell Wilson in the end zone late in the third quarter. The 25-year-old receiver was targeted twice more but couldn't haul either one in. Moore's enjoyed a couple of impressive fantasy games already this season, though, so he's worth a look in DFS tournaments on a weekly basis.
Moore caught three of four targets for 95 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-23 win over the Dolphins.
We've seen this from Moore in the past, as he's a boom-or-bust receiver due to his blazing speed. Nevertheless, it was an impressive outing, as he tied Tyler Lockett in targets, finished second to DK Metcalf in receiving yards and was the only Seahawks wide receiver to score Sunday. He's worth keeping an eye on in deeper fantasy formats, especially if Metcalf or Lockett get hurt, but keep in mind that he's coming off a one-catch, two-yard performance in Week 3. Moore's best suited for DFS tournament formats.
Moore caught his lone target for two yards in Sunday's 38-31 win over the Cowboys.
On a day where Russell Wilson aired it out a season-high 40 times, Moore garnered just one target. He also finished with 31 of 76 offensive snaps (41 percent), fewer than rookie Freddie Swain's 34 snaps. The two may continue to split time over the next two weeks with Phillip Dorsett (foot) on IR, so Moore appears to be a touchdown-dependent fantasy player.
Moore caught all three targets for 48 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 35-30 win over the Patriots.
Moore logged 51 percent of the offensive snaps because Phillip Dorsett (foot) remained on the sidelines, and he capitalized on the opportunity, hauling in a tip-toeing, 38-yard TD pass to start the third quarter. There's no clear timeline on when Dorsett will be back, but Moore's snap count will take a hit when he returns.
Moore caught all three of his targets for 28 yards and recorded a 12-yard carry in Sunday's 38-25 win over the Falcons.
Moore operated as the No. 3 wide receiver with Phillip Dorsett (foot) inactive, and although he commanded a small target share, his targets were meaningful. Russell Wilson targeted Moore twice in the red zone, and the wideout nearly made it to the end zone in the first quarter. The 25-year-old's history with Wilson gives him some potential value as long as Dorsett sits out, and the two may split reps when he returns.
Moore (ankle) wasn't listed on the Seahawks' injury report Wednesday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.
Despite twisting his ankle in mid-August, Moore was only expected to miss "a day or so" of practice, according to coach Pete Carroll at the time. More than three weeks later, Moore is working at full capacity, but it remains to be seen what kind of workload he can procure in a receiving corps headlined by Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf.
Moore (ankle) agreed to a restructuring of his one-year, $2.13 million contract Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
It's unclear if Moore was in serious jeopardy of being released or if the Seahawks were simply looking to save costs after signing Josh Gordon earlier in the week. In either case, Moore is now firmly entrenched on the team's roster, although he'll have to compete with the likes of Phillip Dorsett and the aforementioned Gordon -- when Gordon is eventually reinstated by the NFL -- for playing time.
Moore twisted his ankle during Monday's practice but is only expected to miss "a day or so", Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
It's good news for Moore and the team as the injury appears extremely minor in the early stages of camp. The 25-year-old was a nice depth option, chipping in 17 catches for 301 yards and two touchdowns last season. Once healthy, Moore looks to be locked into a battle for the team's No. 3 wideout option with Phillip Dorsett and John Ursua.
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