|Ht / Wt:||6'0" / 215 lb.|
|College:||East Central Oklahoma|
|Born:||January 15, 1995|
|Drafted:||2017 / Rd. 7 (226)|
Moore signed his original-round contract tender with the Seahawks on Sunday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Analysis: Moore recorded 17 catches for 301 yards and two scores while playing a depth role in Seattle's receiving corps in 2019, and he's now locked in with the team for 2020. The 25-year-old looks primed to compete for the No. 3 wideout gig this offseason, though the Seahawks could still opt to bring in additional competition in the form of rookies or free agents.
The Seahawks have tendered Moore at the original-round level, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Moore was a seventh-round pick in 2017, so any team that signs him to an offer sheet will need to send a seventh-round selection to Seattle if the Seahawks to match. Moore made some noise in 2018 with 445 yards and five touchdowns, but he started just one game in 2019 en route to a 17-301-2 receiving line. He could be in the mix for the team's No. 3 WR job this offseason, depending on other moves in the weeks to come.
Moore, who didn't receive a target in Sunday's 28-23 divisional-round loss to the Packers, finishes the season with 19 catches for 358 yards and two touchdowns over 15 games.
Analysis: Moore is a boom-or-bust receiver, as he hauled in five passes of 20-plus yards, but he was vastly overshadowed by rookie DK Metcalf in the deep-threat department. He struggled to secure the No. 3 spot behind Metcalf and Tyler Lockett as well, as Moore rotated with Malik Turner and Jaron Brown. Moore will be a restricted free agent in March.
More caught two of four targets for 57 yards in Sunday's 17-9 wild-card win over the Eagles.
Analysis: Moore hauled in passes of 38 and 19 yards, and he was targeted on another deep pass in the third quarter that Russell Wilson misfired on. The 24-year-old is known for his big-play potential, so his daily fantasy upside is respectable, although best fit for tournaments. It'll be tough in the divisional round against the Packers, though, as they've allowed just 232.6 passing yards per game.
Moore caught both targets for 30 yards in Sunday's 26-21 loss to the 49ers.
Analysis: The third-year pro moved into the No. 3 wideout role since Malik Turner (concussion) was inactive, but the results weren't anything to call home about. For the fourth straight game, Moore failed to surpass 30 receiving yards or find the paydirt, although he had a touchdown called back for offensive holding in the second half. If Turner returns to the wild-card playoff game Sunday against the Eagles, Moore's usage will likely be limited again.
Moore caught one of two targets for 21 yards and rushed once for 19 yards in Sunday's 27-13 loss to the Cardinals.
Analysis: The Seahawks received the ball after halftime down 10 points looking to get back into the game, but Moore fumbled the ball, leading to a Cardinals' field goal to go up 13. Russell Wilson was unproductive with just 169 passing yards and 5.5 yards per attempt, so it's understandable that Moore couldn't get things rolling. The third-year receiver has exceeded 36 passing yards in just one game this year while finding the end zone twice.
Moore caught one of two targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 28-12 loss to the Rams.
Analysis: After registering a 60-yard touchdown catch in Week 13's win over Minnesota, Moore fell back to earth with another light stat line. Moore only played 14 of a possible 67 offensive snaps, falling behind both Josh Gordon (37) and Malik Turner (15). The 24-year-old has the jets to make big plays, but he's not getting enough opportunities to be a dependable fantasy asset.
Moore caught two of four passes for 65 yards and a touchdown in Monday's 37-30 win over the Vikings.
Analysis: Moore let a pass slip through his hands in the end zone during the third quarter, but he atoned for the mistake on the next drive, burning Xavier Rhodes on a go route to make it a two-possession game. The third-year pro has always had jets -- he recorded eight plays of 20 or more yards in 2018 -- but he's been overshadowed by DK Metcalf in the category this season. While the increased looks are intriguing, it's tough to depend on Moore for fantasy purposes, as he's generated just 13 receptions over 10 games
Moore was not listed on the team's injury report ahead of Monday's contest against the Vikings, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Analysis: Moore joins Tyler Lockett and Jacob Hollister among Seahawks pass catchers who shed their injury designations prior to Monday's game. Moore has caught more than one pass in just two games this season, so it seems likely the 24-year-old will once again play second fiddle in an offense built around the running game.
Moore was a non-participant at Friday's practice due to an illness.
Analysis: Moore was one of three Seahawks sidelined at practice due to an illness, so there appears to be a bug going around. More clarity on his status for Monday's matchup with the Vikings will come once Seattle releases its final injury report.
Moore caught one of two targets for 31 yards and added a four-yard run during Sunday's 17-9 win over Philadelphia.
Analysis: Moore broke up field early in the second quarter and wrangled in a 31-yard shot downfield from Russell Wilson. That catch alone accounted for more yards than Moore had in all but one other entire game this season. Moore has put together an impressive 15.5 yards per catch this season, but has only two games this season with multiple catches. Next up is a middle-of-the-road Vikings pass defense.
Moore caught three of four targets for 36 yards in Sunday's 32-28 win over the Browns.
Analysis: Moore marked season highs across all categories in this contest even though he finished fourth among Seattle's wide receivers with 19 of a possible 83 offensive snaps (23 percent). He remains behind Tyler Lockett, D.K. Metcalf and Jaron Brown -- who had two touchdowns in this contest -- in the pecking order for the time being.
Moore caught a 10-yard touchdown pass in Thursday's 30-29 win over the Rams.
Analysis: Moore caught a pass behind the line of scrimmage in the third quarter, and he maneuvered around Marcus Peters before running 10 yards into the end zone. He only had one other target all game, and his snap count ended up at just 17 of a possible 74, tied for fourth with Malik Turner in the wideout pecking order. The Seahawks appear content to use a committee for the No. 3 receiver role, as Jaron Brown finished wasn't far ahead with 23 snaps. Moore now has just six targets in three games, so he's not a dependable fantasy option.
Moore caught one of two targets for nine yards in Sunday's 27-10 win over the Cardinals.
Analysis: Moore has a unique field-stretching ability, so he isn't accustomed to piling up the targets. However, he's been disappointing in two games since returning from a shoulder injury, recording two receptions for 38 yards on four targets. Moore has also fallen behind Jaron Brown in snaps, registering 25 to Brown's 35. He may still be progressing to full speed, but it'll be tough to depend on any fantasy value until he can regain the No. 3 spot, although there may be a rotation for that role going forward.
Moore caught one of two targets for 29 yards in Sunday's 33-27 loss to the Saints.
Analysis: This was Moore's first game back from a shoulder injury, and he made an impact in the first quarter by converting on third down with a 29-yard grab. However, Moore couldn't haul in his only other target of the game. The third-year pro still has a lot of upside, although he's going to have to fight for targets against Tyler Lockett, D.K. Metcalf and Will Dissly.
Moore (shoulder) practiced fully Thursday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Analysis: Prior to Moore being a limited participant at Wednesday's session, coach Pete Carroll told Liz Mathews that the wide receiver has "a really good chance" to make his season debut Week 3 against the Saints. Now that he participated in every drill Thursday, Moore is on pace to make that come to pass. While Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf are locked in as the Seahawks' top two WR, there should be room for Moore, Jaron Brown (toe) and/or Malik Turner in three-wide sets.
Moore (shoulder) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Analysis: Moore was able to work in a limited fashion ahead of this past Sunday's game, when he was ultimately inactive. Coach Pete Carroll is more optimistic this time around, saying Moore has a "really good chance" to play Sunday versus the Saints, according to Liz Mathews of USA Today. The Seahawks' passing volume can change dramatically on a week-to-week basis, but fantasy owners that can hone in on the correct games could find value in Moore. He is a talented receiver who can stretch the field (15.5 aDOT in 2018), and he had eight catches of 20-plus yards last year. Expect rookie DK Metcalf to cut into that total, but Moore still has value in deeper leagues and as a tournament DFS play once healthy.
Coach Pete Carroll said Moore has a chance to return in Sunday's game versus the Saints, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports. "He's practicing to play," Carroll said.
Analysis: Sunday will mark exactly one month since Moore fractured his humerus bone. He's been progressing well and practiced in a limited fashion last week. The Seahawks will likely exercise caution with Moore this week, so it would be an excellent sign if he can elevate to a full participant. Moore's spot is still open as Seattle's No. 3 receiver behind Tyler Lockett and rookie DK Metcalf.
Moore (shoulder) won't play in Sunday's game versus the Steelers, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Analysis: Although Moore returned to practice Wednesday, he was only a limited participant and will need more time to get back to full speed. Until he's able to go, Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf will be the unequivocal top receivers while Jaron Brown's a distant third. Moore has a decent chance to play Week 3 versus the Saints, but his fantasy value will take a hit with Metcalf in the fold.
Moore (shoulder) practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Analysis: This is the first time Moore has practiced since he fractured his humerus bone Aug. 22. Although he's clearly trending in the right direction, Moore has already been ruled out for Week 2's game versus the Steelers. The Seahawks seemingly have a spot waiting for David Moore on the outside opposite of rookie DK Metcalf, but he'll first need to continue his smooth recovery leading up to Week 3's matchup with the Saints.
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