WR - ARI
Week 2 Outlook
Arizona Cardinals rookie WR Rondale Moore caught 4-of-5 targets for 68 yards in a 38-13 Week 1 win over the Tennessee Titans.
Moore was impressive and flashed his elusiveness and route running capabilities against the Titans secondary, hauling in four passes for 68 yards. The rookie wideout averaged a game-high 17 yards per reception. Based on the target share he saw in Sunday's win the young receiver could have league winning upside if he continues to make the most of it.
Arizona Cardinals rookie WR Rondale Moore caught 3-of-5 targets for 15 yards and carried once for nine yards in a 17-10 preseason Week 2 loss against the Kansas City Chiefs on Friday.
Moore was impressive and flashed his elusiveness and route running capabilities against the Chiefs secondary, hauling in three passes for 15 yards. The rookie wideout also reeled off a nine-yard rush on his only carry of the night. Moore is the WR59 and is being drafted in the last couple of rounds, which might be a wise investment based on the impressive workload he saw during Friday's loss.
Cardinals wideout Rondale Moore tallied 23 yards on his three receptions on Friday against the Cowboys.
Taken in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft, it's well known just how talented Moore is. With great speed, the Cardinals attempted to get Moore in space early and often to really utilize his talents. It's a crowded receiving core in Arizona, but Moore may have some of the best upside of the bunch.
Arizona Cardinals HC Cliff Kingsbury said he sees Rondale Moore as more of an inside receiver.
Kingsbury stated he could play in other spots, but not primarily. Moore has a unique frame and skill-set, he should see a decent amount of manufactured touches from jet sweeps and screens, but it’s good to know where he will line up majority of the time. Arizona took Moore with the 49th overall pick in the 2021 NFL draft, putting him in a near perfect system. While history and his size don’t completely agree with one another, the rookie does offer huge upside.
Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury plans to manufacture touches for rookie wide receiver Rondale Moore.
"He's very good in the open field, making the first guy miss," Kingsbury said. Arizona took Moore with the 49th overall pick in this year's draft, and it sounds like jet sweeps will be a part of his repertoire this fall. Most fantasy analysts can agree that Moore landed in a fantastic spot for his skill set, and it'll be exciting to see how things play out.
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