College: East Central | 4 years
Height: 6'0" | Weight: 215 lbs
Birth Date: 1/15/1995
2020 Bye Week: 6
Total Pts: 52.6
Avg Pts: 3.29
Rank: 86 WR
Moore actually got fewer chances for the Seahawks last year than the previous season, catching 17 passes for 301 yards and two touchdowns. He had just one game all season with double-digit fantasy points. He should play a similar reserve role this year. 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 continue to get better in that area if he hopes to play more.
FANTASY OUTLOOK: Moore should post similar numbers to last year, making him a reach 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 25 catches for 400 yards and three touchdowns.
Heading into last season, David Moore was considered to be a potentially deep fantasy sleeper. In seven starts in 2018, the former practice squadder had five TD receptions and averaged 17.1 yards per catch. His blend of size and speed seemed to work well with Russell Wilson, who is well established as one of the best deep passers in the league. If rookie DK Metcalf struggled, there were expectations that Moore could step forward to play a more prominent role in the Seattle passing game. Moore missed the first two games of the 2019 because of a shoulder problem, and Metcalf quickly established himself ahead of Moore on the depth chart. Moore struggled when he returned and only caught 17 passes in 14 games. In 10 outings, he caught one ball or less. He became just an occasional downfield threat and was not relied on in key situations. Now as the team heads into 2020, Moore must prove himself to simply remain on the roster. The Seahawks brought in Phillip Dorsett to challenge for the third receiver spot, and second year man John Ursua and rookie Freddie Swain are going to push for playing time. Moore is mostly off the fantasy radar now with an ADP of 303 and is the 101st ranked WR by the RotoBaller staff. He should not be drafted in any leagues this season.
|Week 3||2.90||David Moore 29 receiving yds (2.90 pts)|
|Week 4||0.90||David Moore 9 receiving yds (0.90 pts)|
|Week 5||10.00||David Moore 10 receiving yds (1.00 pts)|
David Moore 10 yd TD reception (9.00 pts)
|Week 6||3.60||David Moore 36 receiving yds (3.60 pts)|
|Week 7||1.40||David Moore 14 receiving yds (1.40 pts)|
|Week 8||2.50||David Moore 23 receiving yds (2.30 pts)|
David Moore 2 rushing yds (0.20 pts)
|Week 9||1.80||David Moore 18 receiving yds (1.80 pts)|
|Week 12||3.50||David Moore 31 receiving yds (3.10 pts)|
David Moore 4 rushing yds (0.40 pts)
|Playoff Week 1||18.50||David Moore 65 receiving yds (6.50 pts)|
David Moore 60 yd TD reception (12.00 pts)
|Playoff Week 2||1.50||David Moore 15 receiving yds (1.50 pts)|
|Playoff Week 3||0.00|
|Playoff Week 4||3.00||David Moore 1 fumble lost (-1.00 pts)|
David Moore 21 receiving yds (2.10 pts)
David Moore 19 rushing yds (1.90 pts)
|Playoff Week 5||3.00||David Moore 30 receiving yds (3.00 pts)|
Seattle Seahawks WR Penny Hart, WR John Ursua, WR David Moore, RB DeeJay Dallas, RB Travis Homer and S Ugo Amadi may compete for the punt returner job during training camp.
Seattle Seahawks wide receivers Phillip Dorsett II and David Moore will battle for the No. 3 wideout job behind Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf in training camp this summer. Dorsett, a former first-round pick of the Colts back in 2015, should have a leg up in this competition, but the 27-year-old has underwhelmed in five seasons in the NFL to this point. He had 29 receptions for 397 yards and a career-high five touchdowns in 14 games (four starts) for a Patriots team in 2019 lacking wideout depth. Moore, a seventh-rounder in 2017, has 43 receptions for 746 yards and seven touchdowns in three seasons (31 games) for Seattle. The winner of this battle won't be very relevant in standard-size fantasy leagues in this run-first offense.
Seattle Seahawks WR David Moore officially signed his restricted free agent tender Sunday, April 19.
Seattle Seahawks restricted free-agent wide receiver David Moore officially signed his tender on Sunday. Moore will return to Seattle for at least one more season after the 25-year-old was given an original-round tender from the Seahawks. He's set to make $2.133 million in 2020 before hitting free agency again next offseason. The seventh-round pick in 2017, Moore has 43 catches and seven touchdowns in his three seasons in the NFL, and he recorded only 17 receptions (34 targets) for 301 yards and two touchdowns in 14 games (one start) in 2019. With D.K. Metcalf, Tyler Lockett, Phillip Dorsett and tight end Greg Olsen ahead of Moore in the pecking order in the passing game, it'll take an injury or two to make Moore a fantasy relevant deep threat in deeper leagues next season.
The Seattle Seahawks placed an original-round tender on restricted free-agent wide receiver David Moore on Monday, according to a source. Moore, a seventh-round pick in 2017, had just 17 catches for 301 yards and two touchdowns in 14 games (one start) in 2019. He has a total of 43 receptions for 746 yards (17.3 yards per catch) and seven touchdowns in 31 games (eight starts) for Seattle in his three seasons. If he stays in Seattle, Moore will be behind D.K. Metcalf, Tyler Lockett and tight ends Greg Olsen and Will Dissly in the receiving pecking order, leaving him very little fantasy upside as a deep threat in a run-first offense.
Seattle Seahawks restricted free-agent WR David Moore received the original-round tender offer Monday, March 16, according to a source.