D.J. Moore

D.J. Moore Fantasy

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Height / Weight
5'11" / 215 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
April 14, 1997 (23)
3rd Season
2018 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 24 (CAR)

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D.J. Moore News

D.J. Moore In Line For Best Season Yet?

Carolina Panthers wide receiver D.J. Moore could be in line for a Pro Bowl season, according to Sports Illustrated's Schuyler Callihan. The 23-year-old emerged as one of the most dynamic wideouts in 2019 by compiling 87 catches for 1,175 yards and four touchdowns and did so despite the season-ending injury to Cam Newton and the inconsistent play of Kyle Allen. He also finished in the top ten at his position in both receiving yards and receptions, and with the recently signed Teddy Bridgewater hopefully providing some reliability under center along with a new coaching staff, Callihan's prediction may come to fruition in 2020.

Jun. 28th • 7:14 PM
D.J. Moore, Panthers Receivers Ranked No. 8 In League

Carolina Panthers wide receiver D.J. Moore and the team's receiving corps were ranked No. 8 in the league by Pro Football Focus heading into the season. While Moore had a productive 2019, the expectations are higher for the No. 1 wideout for the upcoming 2020 campaign. With Cam Newton gone in favor of Teddy Bridgewater, the 23-year-old may get some much-needed stability in order to progress as he enters his third season in the league. Moore ranked 10th in receptions (87), 10th in targets (135), and seventh in receiving yards (1,175) last year. Though he is projected to finish behind the likes of DeAndre Hopkins, Michael Thomas, and Kenny Golladay, it wouldn't be a surprise if he ended the year as one of the league's top-five fantasy wideouts.

Jun. 2nd • 5:31 PM
D.J. Moore Is A Player To Watch This Season

Carolina Panthers wide receiver D.J. Moore has been named by Cynthia Frelund of NFL.com as the most underrated player on the roster. Despite the season-ending injury of quarterback Cam Newton and the inconsistent play of Kyle Allen, the 23-year-old still managed to finish ninth overall in receiving yards (1,175) and 15th overall in receptions (87) in 2019. While he will need to rack up a few more touchdowns to become a more significant asset on the fantasy end, the sky is the limit with signal-caller Teddy Bridgewater now under center and new head coach Matt Rhule beginning his first year with the organization. Moore is projected to be selected somewhere in the fourth or fifth round in fantasy drafts but could finish higher than expected with the team adding some much-need stability at the quarterback position.

May. 22nd • 10:32 AM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Teddy Bridgewater
P.J. Walker
RB Christian McCaffrey
Reggie Bonnafon
LWR D.J. Moore
Seth Roberts
RWR Curtis Samuel
Brandon Zylstra
SWR Robby Anderson
Pharoh Cooper
TE Ian Thomas
Chris Manhertz
LT Russell Okung
Greg Little
LG John Miller
Branden Bowen
C Matt Paradis
Tyler Larsen
RG Dennis Daley
Michael Schofield III
RT Taylor Moton
Matt Kaskey
LDE Stephen Weatherly
Yetur Gross-Matos
NT Derrick Brown
Woodrow Hamilton
RDE Kawann Short
Chris Smith
LOLB Brian Burns
Jason Ferris
LILB Shaq Thompson
Jermaine Carter
RILB Tahir Whitehead
Andre Smith
ROLB Marquis Haynes
Christian Miller
LCB Donte Jackson
Cole Luke
SS Jeremy Chinn
Juston Burris
FS Tre Boston
Quin Blanding
RCB Eli Apple
Corn Elder
K Joey Slye
Graham Gano