In his second season, Moore finished with 87-1175-4 on 135 targets and a No. 18 finish at his position in half-PPR formats, and that was with Kyle Allen mainly throwing the ball. The Panthers have upgraded to Teddy Bridgewater, added Robby Anderson and lost Greg Olsen, so there are some moving parts surrounding Moore, who should continue to be the alpha dog in the receiver room. It doesn’t look like the Panthers’ defense will improve much this season, so Carolina may be playing from behind early and often again this year. I’m expecting some growing pains as Moore and Bridgewater try to get on the same page, but Moore has already proven that he can produce with iffy quarterback play.