College: East Central | 2 years
Height: 6'0" | Weight: 215 lbs
Birth Date: 1/15/1995
2019 Bye Week: 11
Total Pts: 101
Avg Pts: 6.31
Rank: 31 WR
Moore got some chances to serve as a deep threat and made some big plays. He caught just 26 passes but averaged 17.1 yards per reception and scored five touchdowns. He was the No. 4 receiver much of the year and likely serves that role again this year. He could challenge for the No. 3 job but likely will play spot duty as a deep threat for the offense. Moore is a speedy receiver that can stretch the field in a hurry. He isn't much of a route runner and will need to shore up that area to get more work.
FANTASY OUTLOOK: Moore should post similar numbers to last year, making him a bit of a stretch for fantasy teams. If he were a tad higher on the depth chart, his value would look better for fantasy teams. For now, look for around 30 catches for 450 yards and three touchdowns.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore was a popular dart throw player in DFS during the 2018 NFL season. In the mid-way point of the season, Moore provided some punch for very little price and even was seen picked up off of waivers. But outside of his decent four-game totals (Weeks 5, 6, 8, and 12) he was largely useless in fantasy. Now, as we enter the 2019 season, Moore is looking to take a step forward with the retirement of Doug Baldwin. But with the selection of rookie wideoutD.K. Metcalf, his ascension on the roster may be blocked. Moore will again be in a position to provide value, but consistency will be an issue. He will be worth a look late in redraft leagues, but ultimately will be a player that is on and off waivers this year. Moore may appear to be a deep sleeper with opportunity but he could easily fall behind Metcalf and even Jaron Brown, who has drawn rave reviews this offseason. It's best to leave Moore alone outside of dynasty leagues.
Seattle Seahawks WR David Moore will open the season as a top-three receiver, according to Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times.
Fantasy Spin: Tyler Lockett is likely to be the top target in the passing attack, but the pecking order is wide open from there. With Seattle looking to replace Doug Baldwin, Moore could be worth a flier as a WR5.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore burst onto the scene in 2018 by making a host of acrobatic, highlight-reel catches to announce his presence. Unfortunately, he slowed down with time, and it turned out that his acrobatics covered up for the fact that he struggled to get open on a consistent basis. His highs have been outstanding and stick in peoples' minds, but he also fades into the background during most games. Entering camp in 2019, Moore will be competing against Jaron Brown and D.K. Metcalf to try to lock up the No. 2 spot in the wide receiver pecking order. His competition is talented, but all three receivers have their warts. If Moore can improve his ability to get separation on a regular basis, he could easily run away from the others (metaphorically speaking).
Seattle Seahawks WR David Moore has made a huge leap this offseason in his knowledge of the position and in his ability to play multiple spots, according to head coach Pete Carroll on Thursday, June 13.
Fantasy Spin: Moore caught just 26 of 53 targets last season but turned those into 445 yards and five touchdowns. He projects behind Tyler Lockett and rookie D.K. Metcalf on the depth chart, but he's worth a late-round pick as a WR5 as the Seahawks begin life without Doug Baldwin.
Seattle Seahawks WR David Moore has spent time with the first-team offense in three-receiver sets during spring practices.
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.
Exclusive rights free-agent WR David Moore signed a one-year contract worth $645,000 with the Seattle Seahawks on Tuesday, April 16.
Seattle Seahawks exclusive-rights free-agent WR David Moore is expected to sign his tender on Tuesday, April 16, a source said.
Seattle Seahawks exclusive rights free-agent DE Branden Jackson, S Shalom Luani, WR David Moore, LS Tyler Ott and OG Jordan Simmons have received tender offers, according to sources.