David Moore Fantasy
- Height / Weight
- 6'0" / 215 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- January 15, 1995 (24)
- 3rd Season
- 2017 / Rd. 7 / Pk. 226 (SEA)
- East Central Oklahoma
David Moore News
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore signed his restricted free-agent tender offer on Tuesday. Moore emerged in his rookie season to catch 26 passes for 445 yards (17.1 yards per catch) and five touchdowns in a full season. He's third on the depth chart behind Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett, but Moore could take the next step in his sophomore campaign. However, he'll likely still be hit or miss for fantasy owners as a deep threat in an offense that ran the ball more than any other team in 2018.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore may be an incredibly exciting player, but his dry streak continued this week in San Francisco. The second-year receiver caught just one ball for nine yards, and he was only targeted three times. The other two targets were uncatchable ones in crunch time, so owners can see this as both a good sign (that he was targeted when the game was on the line) and a bad one (that he wasnt targeted for the vast majority of the game). Moore is a gifted receiver who has a flair for the dramatic, but nothing makes up for usage. It looks like hes nothing but a total long shot to score any real fantasy points in any given week.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore was shut out on the box score, but it wasnt for lack of trying. Moore was targeted five times, and he missed making a game-changing touchdown by centimeters. Moore snagged a long pass down in the end zone, but his second foot just barely missed dragging inbounds and the pass was ruled incomplete. It would have been a heroic moment for Moore as the game was such a slugfest, but instead, it looks like he did nothing of substance. Owners should still feel confident that Moore is a desirable target in Seattles receiving corps, even if he got shut out.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore was held without a single target against the 49ers on Sunday. Moore has been a revelation this season, so the lack of usage was surprising, but Seattle also only threw the ball 17 times on the day. Moore did get to play a role in the teams best end zone dance of the game when he caught the ball in a recreation of Richard Shermans famous tipped interception from the 2014 NFC Championship Game. Expect Moore to be back in the action next week, though Minnesota will be bringing a much stingier defense to the game than SF did.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore just always seems to be in the right place at the right time for a big play, and he should have no problem continuing that trend against a weak secondary this week. SF's defense is one of the most generous in the league for wide receivers, and Moore's knack for making highlight-reel catches will be on full display in front of the raucous home crowd in Seattle. Moore is a standard boom-or-bust type of receiver from week to week, but with an attractive matchup, a killer quarterback, and a division rival all coming together, owners should expect big things from his this Sunday.
David Moore Stats
The following is a breakdown of David Moore stats. This page is updated weekly throughout the NFL season showcasing the Seattle Seahawks WR. Our situational tables show David Moore stats in a number of variations which include different time periods and game situations.