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Week 3 Outlook
The Atlanta Falcons have signed WR J’Mon Moore.
Moore brings both size (6-foot-3, 205 pounds) and depth at wide receiver for the Falcons who are in desperate need of both following the Julio Jones trade. However, the former fourth-rounder hasn’t played in a regular season game in two seasons and has just two career catches for 15 receiving yards. While it’s hard to rule anyone out in Atlanta, with Julio gone, as of now Moore can be left on waivers in even the deepest of leagues.
J’Mon Moore caught one of two targets for seven yards in the Packers’ win over the Chiefs in Thursday’s preseason finale.
The second-year wideout had a quiet game in the preseason finale, totaling just seven yards on one reception. He appeared in 12 games for Green Bay last season as a return specialist, failing to catch any passes in regular-season action.
Moore caught two of four targets for seven yards in the Packers' 28-26 win over the Texans in Thursday's preseason opener.
Moore paced Green Bay's receivers in targets, though his final numbers were forgettable. The Packers' 2018 fourth-round pick finished his rookie season with no receptions, playing primarily on special teams.
J'Mon Moore had one reception for five yards on two targets during the 31-0 loss to the Lions in Week 17.
Moore ended his rookie year with just two receptions for 15 yards. Despite being the highest WR drafted by the Packers last year he was bypassed by Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown, not to mention Jake Kumerow on the depth chart. Moore will need a good offseason to remain on the roster and make any type of impact in his second season.
J'Mon Moore saw a little bit of action on Monday with Randall Cobb and Geronimo Allison out. He get his first NFL reception for 10 yards during the 33-30 win over the 49ers.
Moore is a distant third in the rookie WR pecking order in Green Bay behind Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown. Moore has no fantasy value.