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Elijah Moore - Fantasy Points Outlook

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Elijah Moore
ADP: 22.1
Bye: 10
Experience: 3
Age: 24.2
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 180
40 Time: 4.40
Speed Score: 89.80

SPARQx (Rank): 121.30 (91%)
Burst Score (Rank): 121.70 (52%)
Agility Score (Rank): 10.67 (97%)
Catch Radius (Rank): 10.07 (64%)

Elijah Moore's Weekly Outlook

Week 1 Projections
Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs Fantasy Pts
3 34.9 0.19 4.8
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Rest Of Way Outlook

Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs Fantasy Pts
4.1 54 0.3 7.7

Elijah Moore's 2024 Projections & Outlook


#76 Wide Receiver

118.5 Projected Points

ADP Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs 100 Fum
22.1 45 523.5 2.85 0 0

3D Projections DS 3D Projections

Basic StatsElijah Moore's Preseason Player Analysis

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Bottom Line

Moore looked like a promising fantasy prospect not that long ago. (This will be just his fourth season.) But two franchises have now indicated he’s not good enough. Don’t ignore those hints.

What We Learned Last Year

  • Looks like the Jets weren’t wrong to quickly give up on their former second-round pick. Moore did actually improve on his 2022 numbers … but basically only because he couldn’t get much worse.
  • His 2.3 receptions per game in his final Jets season gave way to a still-unhelpful 3.5 in his first Browns turn.
  • Moore finished just 78th in yards per route among 96 WRs who drew at least 40 targets, a thrilling climb from his No. 93 finish (among 97) the year before.
  • We could dig further into the numbers here, but the Browns showed us how excited they are about Moore by trading for Jerry Jeudy in the offseason and then extending him for $17.5 million a year over three years.

What to Expect in 2024

  • Moore could muster only five top-36 PPR weeks – just two of those higher than WR28 – as Cleveland’s No. 2 wideout. It’s hard to see him delivering anything useful now that he’s No. 3.
  • Cleveland adds Jeudy to a corps led by Amari Cooper. We’ll see whether Moore’s standing getus further challenged by second-year WR Cedric Tillman or anyone else.
  • The Browns might be ready to pass the ball a bit more after hiring OC Ken Dorsey, who piloted one of the league’s most pass-happy offenses in Buffalo over the past two years (before getting fired mid-2023).
    • But even if they shift significantly in that area, Moore looks unlikely to sit any higher than fourth in target distribution, behind (at least) Cooper, Jeudy, and TE David Njoku.

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Jerry Jeudy, WR CLE

1:01pm EST 3/9/24

Broncos unload Jerry Jeudy; Cleveland WR corps gets crowded

The Broncos are trading WR Jerry Jeudy to the Browns for fifth- and sixth-round picks in this year's draft, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. It's clearly a cost-cutting move for Denver, which avoids the nearly $13 million cap hit of the final season on Jeudy's contract. The move should allow second-year WR Marvin Mims to hit the starting lineup, though he'll have to compete with returning WR Tim Patrick. Jeudy arrives to a Cleveland corps that already sported WRs Amari Cooper and Elijah Moore. Right now we'd bet on Jeudy garnering more targets than Moore, who earned just 16.7% target share in his first year with the Browns. But it's certainly not an exciting landing spot for Jeudy's upside. That's magnified by QB Deshaun Watson's lackluster play in 2023 before his season-ending shoulder injury. Jeudy's fine to stack with Watson on best ball rosters at their respective prices: WR61 in Underdog Fantasy ADP for Jeudy; QB23 for Watson. Just don't expect either to be a championship winner. That said, Watson sports a nice crew of pass-catchers now, with the aforementioned wideouts and TE David Njoku. Cleveland second-year WR Cedric Tillman, meanwhile, looks blocked from relevance for at least one more year. He's not a must-hold in dynasty.

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The Browns are hiring Ken Dorsey as their OC, according to multiple sources. He'll replace Alex Van Pelt, who'd been Cleveland's OC since HC Kevin Stefanski took over in 2020. Dorsey spent a season-and-a-half as Buffalo's OC, taking over in 2022 and leading the Bills to second-place finishes in both total yards and points. He was fired midway through this past season, despite the Bills averaging 26.2 points through the opening 10 games. (They averaged 27.1 the rest of the way.) We'll see exactly how much say Dorsey has in Stefanski's offense this coming season. Stefanski has called plays the last four seasons.

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The Browns have fired OC Alex Van Pelt and RBs coach Stump Mitchell. Van Pelt has been Cleveland's OC since HC Kevin Stefanski was hired in 2020; Mitchell started his Browns tenure in 2019. We'll see who replaces those guys, but we wouldn't expect sweeping changes to the offense considering Stefanski has always had a big say in the operation.

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Browns WRs Elijah Moore (concussion) is active for today’s game vs. the Bengals. He’s cleared concussion protocol but still might not play much with Cleveland having nothing to gain today. WR Marquise Goodwin (knee) is inactive, leaving the Browns with WRs Cedric Tillman, David Bell, and James Proche alongside Moore.

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Elijah Moore, WR CLE
Dynasty MVP 64.8
Position Rank #137 WR
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Moore garnered a ton of offseason hype in 2023, but he failed to deliver with 59-640-2 on 104 targets. Only 24, Moore will now pivot back to catching passes from Deshaun Watson. We're not betting on a year-four breakout here.
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