WR - CLE
The Cleveland Browns are emphasizing a fast-tempo offense, with WR Elijah Moore being a standout target for QB Deshaun Watson during practices.
On Wednesday, Moore showed skill and flexibility, receiving numerous quick passes and demonstrating his potential in red-zone situations. Offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt praised Moore's versatility, highlighting his ability to play inside and outside. For fantasy football players, Moore's increasing role and chemistry with Watson could make him a promising pick for the upcoming season.
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the New York Jets are trading WR Elijah Moore and a third for a second-round pick.
Moore had requested a trade during his sophomore season in the NFL, and even though the issue seemed to have been resolved, he eventually got his wish. The Jets acquired a second-round pick in exchange for their third-rounder as well, giving them the ability to add further assets. Cleveland gets a dynamic WR to pair alongside Amari Cooper, much needed for a struggling passing attack.
Elijah Moore caught two passes for 18 yards on Sunday against the Seahawks.
There was hope the return of Mike White could help the Jets offense bounce back, but it didn't look too much better this week. Moore will be a flier in DFS lineups next week.
Elijah Moore caught two passes for 15 yards on Thursday against the Jaguars.
Moore wasn't fantasy relevant when Corey Davis returned and the disastrous night for Zach Wilson made him even more irrelevant for fantasy managers. Even if Mike White returns next week, Moore is a WR4 with Davis healthy.
Elijah Moore hauled in four catches for 51 yards in Sunday afternoon's 20-17 loss to the Detroit Lions.
It wasn't a very productive day on the stat sheet for Moore, but he had a decent game in real life. He made a couple of decent plays, and he did his job in a close loss to the Lions. He hasn't been great for fantasy purposes this season and remains a fringe streaming option at best moving forward.