Elijah Moore
  • Elijah Moore

  • WR
  • , Cleveland Browns
  • 23
  • 178 lbs
  • 5' 10"
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Scouting report

by Bill Riccette

CLE WR Elijah Moore - Week 2 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 2 at Pittsburgh Steelers

In his first game as a Brown, Elijah Moore saw the same number of targets (7) as Amari Cooper and had six more receiving yards than Cooper. He even added 19 rushing yards. Moore is still getting comfortable in games with Deshaun Watson but the connection should continue to build. He's a low-end flex this week against the Steelers but could start climbing up boards soon.

by Chris Kucharski

NYJ WR Elijah Moore - Week 15 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 15 vs. Detroit Lions
With Corey Davis injured again, Elijah Moore steps back into a bigger role for the Jets. Last week, he had 10 targets which produced six receptions for 60 yards.

Moore faces Detroit who is ranked 29th in aFPA to wide receivers. The Lions pass defense has been very bad on the road so the Jets passing game should have a big day.

With Zach Wilson back under center, Moore is a fringe starter for Week 15. If you need a wide receiver or flex, he ranks a WR3 so there could be some help from him, especially with a very favorable matchup.

by Chris Kucharski

NYJ WR Elijah Moore - Week 6 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 at Green Bay Packers
Elijah Moore had one reception for 11 yards and has struggled from a fantasy standpoint. His highest yardage total this season has been 53 yards and his teammates Garrett Wilson and Corey Davis have climbed ahead of him in the fantasy rankings.

At this point, Moore is probably not worthy of a roster spot until we start seeing better numbers from him. If you do hold onto him, keep him on the bench against the Packers.

by Chris Kucharski

NYJ WR Elijah Moore - Week 5 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 5 vs. Miami Dolphins
Elijah Moore was expected to be the Jets big-play receiver during his second season, but it hasn't gone that way yet. His numbers have been consistent with receptions ranging from 3 to 5 in the four games and the receiving yards have ranged from 41 to 53. Not exactly what managers were expecting.

Moore will face the Dolphins who are ranked 16th in aFPA to wide receivers. The Jets have three receivers that are basically on the same level so any one of them could be the main target on any given week. Keep Moore on the bench for Week 5. We need to see better numbers to put him back in the lineup.

by Chris Kucharski

NYJ WR Elijah Moore - Week 4 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 4 at Pittsburgh Steelers
Elijah Moore had a season-high 9 targets last Sunday, but it didn't produce an increase in his overall fantasy numbers. He has averaged four receptions per game with 49, 41, and 49 receiving yards in the three contests. So, he has been consistent. We will see if anything changes with Zach Wilson back at quarterback.

Moore faces the Steelers who are ranked 28th in aFPA to wide receivers. Despite the favorable matchup, the Jets have not tried to feature Moore in any game so far, and he is clearly behind Garrett Wilson in the receiving pecking order.

Keep Moore on the bench for Week 4 as he is clearly depth at the fantasy level at this point.

by Chris Kucharski

NYJ WR Elijah Moore - Week 3 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 3 vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Elijah Moore has had two average games to start the season. Last week, he was outshined by rookie Garret Wilson. Moore has 8 receptions for 89 yards. He is still playing 88% of the snaps, but he needs to have more production.

The Jets face Cincinnati who is ranked 20th in aFPA to wide receivers. We expect Moore will get more involved but not enough this week, even with favorable matchup. Keep him on the bench for Week 3.

by Chris Kucharski

NYJ WR Elijah Moore - Week 2 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 2 at Cleveland Browns
Elijah Moore caught five passes for 49 yards which was a little disappointing considering he is supposed to be the No. 1 option in the passing game. In fact, four other players were targeted more including two wide receivers Corey Davis and Garrett Wilson. We don't think this will be the norm, but it also could be because Joe Flacco is the quarterback.

Moore will face the Browns who have a good pass rush and a good defense. The Jets will have to make more plays and that should get Moore more involved.

Start Moore as a WR3 or Flex for Week 2. The Jets offense has lots of question marks but Moore is still the best option in the passing game.

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