Moore has built himself up from a 2017 seventh-rounder that spent most of his rookie year on the practice squad to a regular contributor to the offense last season. While he had a 22-413-5 line on 36 targets in eight games between Weeks 4 and 12, he otherwise managed just four catches (on 17 targets) for 32 yards and no scores in the other eight contests. Clearly, the Seahawks will hope he can channel that productive midseason stretch more consistently in 2019.
Moore played 12 offensive snaps and didn't receive a target in Saturday's playoff loss to the Cowboys.
Moore recorded his lowest offensive snap count of the season in this outing, and he now has just four catches for 32 yards in the last six games. He strung together a nice stretch of games between Weeks 5 and 12 by scoring five times in seven games to become a popular fantasy waiver-wire pickup, but he disappeared from Week 13 on. The bumpy ending to Moore's season shouldn't diminish his potential, as he still finished third on the team with both 445 receiving yards and 53 targets while his five receiving touchdowns tied Doug Baldwin and Jaron Brown for second-most on the team. The Seahawks will likely retain the wideout's rights when he becomes an exclusive-rights free agent in March.
Moore snagged two of four targets for 16 yards in Sunday's win over the Cardinals.
Moore looked like a valuable player after hauling in five touchdowns in seven games between Week 5 and 12, but he has just four catches on 15 targets for a combined 32 yards in five contests since then. It's unclear where Moore's spark went, but the second-year pro could redeem himself with some stellar postseason play starting Saturday versus the Cowboys.
Moore caught one of his three targets for a seven-yard gain during Sunday's 38-31 win over Kansas City.
Moore looked like he was catching fire just a few weeks ago with eight total catches for 160 yards and a touchdown in Weeks 11 and 12. He has just two receptions since. Moore has the potential to be dynamic with eight of his 24 catches on the season going for 20 or more yards, but he isn't getting consistent enough looks to take full advantage of his abilities. Despite all their warts, Arizona, Sunday's opponent, has actually been very good at keeping opponents in front of them, ranking in the top five in the league at just 10.4 yards per opponent reception.
Moore hauled in one of three targets for nine yards in Sunday's loss to the 49ers.
Moore posted a career day in Week 12 against the Panthers with 103 receiving yards and a touchdown, but he now has just one catch on nine targets in the last three weeks. The second-year pro's recent play is troubling, although he is a deep threat so his fantasy value can be prone to volatility. He'll look to get back on track against the Chiefs' last-ranked pass defense in Week 16.
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