|Team:||Kansas City Chiefs|
|Ht / Wt:||6'3" / 216 lb.|
|Born:||August 9, 1984|
|Drafted:||2007 / UDFA|
Moore completed 59 of 91 pass attempts for 659 yards and four touchdowns in six appearances -- including two starts -- in the 2019 regular season. He didn't play a snap during the postseason.
Analysis: Moore led Kansas City's offense on three occasions while Patrick Mahomes was sidelined with a dislocated kneecap, and he did enough to carve out two wins during that span while logging a 4:0 TD:INT ratio. Given his success when called upon as a backup last season, the Chiefs may be inclined to pursue another contract to keep the 35-year-old signal-caller around for 2020.
Moore (illness) is active Sunday's Super Bowl against San Francisco, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Analysis: Moore sat out the NFC Championship Game against Tennessee due to an illness, but he won't face any restrictions for Sunday's Super Bowl. The veteran signal-caller is set to serve as the No. 2 option behind Patrick Mahomes for Kansas City.
Moore (illness) wasn't listed on Wednesday's injury report.
Analysis: Moore was inactive for the Chiefs' AFC championship win over the Titans on Sunday, but he'll be good to go for Super Bowl 54 against the 49ers. The 35-year-old signal-caller will serve as Patrick Mahomes' backup.
Moore (illness) is officially inactive for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Titans, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports.
Analysis: Moore put in a limited practice Friday and received the questionable tag, but he won't be suiting up for Sunday's game. Chad Henne will serve as the backup option for Patrick Mahomes in his absence.
Moore (illness) is officially questionable for the AFC Championship Game against Tennessee on Sunday.
Analysis: Moore managed to log a limited practice Friday after beginning the week with back-to-back DNPs. He appears to have a good shot at suiting up Sunday, but in the event that Moore were to miss any time, Chad Henne would serve as the backup to Patrick Mahomes.
Moore is the leading candidate to start Week 8 against the Packers with Patrick Mahomes (kneecap) likely facing a multi-game absence, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Moore was pressed into relief in Thursday's 30-6 win over the Broncos after the reigning MVP dislocated his right kneecap early in the second quarter and didn't return. Despite having not logged any extended regular-season action since 2017, Moore proved capable in his initial work as a replacement for Mahomes, completing 10 of 19 attempts for 117 yards and a touchdown. With Mahomes likely to miss around three weeks of action in a best-case scenario, the Chiefs could promote undrafted rookie Kyle Shurmur from the practice squad and/or add another quarterback to the roster via free agency or trade, but Moore should get the first crack at filling in as the team's starting quarterback. While Moore is directing the offense, expect coach Andy Reid to rely more heavily on the ground game than he has in previous weeks.
Moore entered the Chiefs' 30-6 win over the Broncos on Thursday at the 10-minute mark of the second quarter in relief of Patrick Mahomes (knee) and completed 10 of 19 passes for 117 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions. He also lost a yard on his sole rush.
Analysis: Moore is on the roster precisely for scenarios such as the one that unfolded Thursday, and the veteran's experience paid off nicely. Moore remained free of turnovers and ultimately threw a 57-yard touchdown pass to Tyreek Hill in the latter part of the fourth quarter to help seal the road win for the Chiefs. Moore likely knocked off plenty of rust with Thursday's performance after having come into the night with just one pass attempt since the 2017 season, and he brings a proven history of being able to keep an offense afloat for multiple games if called upon. Mahomes has already been diagnosed with a dislocated kneecap according to James Palmer of NFL Network, and more clarity should be gained on how long his recovery timeline might be after an MRI on Friday.
The Chiefs will sign Moore, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Analysis: With Chad Henne having suffered a fractured ankle that will sideline him indefinitely, the Chiefs acted quickly by adding Moore to back up Patrick Mahomes. Moore won't see any regular-season action unless Mahomes suffers an injury, or the there's garbage-time snaps to be had at some point, but he is a clear upgrade over both Chase Litton and Kyle Shurmur.
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