D.J. Moore

D.J. Moore Fantasy

Healthy
1 53rd
TDs
2020
474 10th
2020
6.0 90th
2020
Height / Weight
5'11" / 215 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
April 14, 1997 (23)
Experience
3rd Season
Drafted
2018 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 24 (CAR)
College
Maryland

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Game Logs

D.J. Moore News

D.J. Moore A Low-End WR2 This Week

Carolina Panthers wide receiver D.J. Moore should best be viewed as a low-end WR2 for this week. Moore hasn't been the most productive receiver for Carolina this season as Robby Anderson has emerged into a top option. Nevertheless, Moore's role is still decent as he has seen at least four targets in each game. There is no reason to discount the WR's value completely as he has still gotten over 90 yards in three games as well. That's enough to give him starting value against a New Orleans defense allowing the 11th-most points to fantasy WRs.

Oct. 21st • 9:30 PM
D.J. Moore Posts 93 Receiving Yards Again

Carolina Panthers wide receiver D.J. Moore hauled in five of a team-high 11 targets for 93 receiving yards in a loss to the Bears. That's back-to-back games for Moore with 93 receiving yards, while the 11 targets were the second-most he's seen in game this season. It's possible that Moore is a turning a corner and it's good news for his fantasy prospects that he was able to succeed at the same time as fellow receiver Robby Anderson. The 23-year-old will look to stay involved in a potential high-scoring affair against the Saints in Week 7.

Oct. 18th • 5:29 PM
D.J. Moore A High-End WR3 Against Chicago

Carolina Panthers wide receiver D.J. Moore faces a tough test in Week 6 against the Bears. Chicago has surrendered the second-fewest fantasy points to enemy wideouts, though they've allowed the sixth-most targets. While Moore has taken a backseat to fellow receiver Robby Anderson, this certainly doesn't mean he's finished as a fantasy asset. His 37 targets place him among the NFL's top-20 and he's also coming off one of his finer efforts of the season, 4-93-1 against Atlanta. This certainly isn't an upside play, but Moore should see enough looks to warrant a start as a low-end WR2/high-end WR3.

Oct. 15th • 4:55 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Teddy Bridgewater
P.J. Walker
RB Mike Davis
Trenton Cannon
LWR Robby Anderson
Seth Roberts
RWR D.J. Moore
Keith Kirkwood
SWR Curtis Samuel
Pharoh Cooper
TE Ian Thomas
Chris Manhertz
LT Russell Okung
Greg Little
LG Chris Reed
Dennis Daley
C Matt Paradis
Sam Tecklenburg
RG John Miller
RT Taylor Moton
Trent Scott
LDE Brian Burns
Marquis Haynes
LDT Zach Kerr
Woodrow Hamilton
RDT Derrick Brown
Bravvion Roy
RDE Stephen Weatherly
Efe Obada
WILL Shaq Thompson
Julian Stanford
MLB Tahir Whitehead
Adarius Taylor
SAM Jermaine Carter
LCB Donte Jackson
Corn Elder
SS Sam Franklin Jr.
Kenny Robinson
FS Tre Boston
Jeremy Chinn
RCB Eli Apple
Troy Pride Jr.
K Joey Slye
Michael Palardy