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This Week Outlook
Panthers WR D.J. Moore caught 5-of-11 targets for 101 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Saints.
Moore logged his fourth game with 100+ yards this season on Sunday and his third in his past five games. He ends the season with a similar stat line that he ended in 2019 with only with fewer receptions and a higher yards per game rate.
Panthers WR D.J. Moore caught 5-of-10 targets for 37 yards in Sunday's Week 16 win over the Football Team.
Curtis Samuel was the lone Panthers pass-catcher to finish with more than 39 yards. Moore has been racking up the yardage but was quiet against a stout Football Team secondary. Moore will look to end the year strong in Week 17 against the Saints.
Panthers WR D.J. Moore caught 6-of-8 targets for 131 yards in Saturday's Week 15 loss to Green Bay.
Moore popped for his second game with 125+ yards in his past three. He's gone for 96+ in three of his past four. While Moore is playing some of his best football of the year, he will be tough to trust in Week 16 against Washington. Moore has seen 8+ targets in each of his past three games.
Panthers coach Matt Rhule says WR D.J. Moore will play on Saturday against the Packers.
Moore was on the reserve/COVID-19 list during Week 14 but was recently activated and returned to practice on Wednesday. He's good to go for Saturday's primetime game against Green Bay. Fantasy managers can feel confident about starting Moore as a WR2 for the semi-finals this weekend.
Panthers WR D.J. Moore has been activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list and is practicing on Wednesday.
Moore didn't play in Week 14 but appears on track to suit up against the Packers this Saturday night. Fantasy managers can feel comfortable rolling him out as a solid WR2 for the fantasy semi-finals.