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Jan 7, 2024 3 30 16 0 3
Dec 31, 2023 1 32 32 0 3
Dec 24, 2023 1 9 9 0
Dec 17, 2023 3 39 23 0 3
Dec 11, 2023 1 22 22 0 2
Player Outlook
Until Moore finds meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

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2023 22 424 19.27 39 19.50 392.3
2022 48 548 11.42 2 3 1.00 633.9
2021 21 227 10.81 2 0.00 322.7
3y Avg. 23 258 11.22 1 1 1.00 232.3
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Deep threat for Titans

    Moore recorded 22 receptions on 35 targets for 424 yards during the 2023 season with the Titans. He added two rushes for 39 yards. Moore joined Tennessee in free agency after spending the past two seasons with Houston. He saw his target total cut in half, but he made the most of his chances by delivering nine receptions of at least 20 yards. Moore will head to the open market once again this offseason, and he should be able to find another short-term deal to work in a depth role around the league.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Remains big-play threat

    Moore recorded one catch on three targets for 32 yards in Sunday's 32-6 loss to the Texans. Moore topped a 70 percent snap rate for the second consecutive game and saw multiple targets for the third straight contest. That hasn't translated to much production, though he has served as a consistent deep threat in the Tennessee offense. His 32-yard grab Sunday marked his 10th gain of at least 20 yards on only 21 total touches for the campaign.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Cleared to play Week 17

    Moore (ribs) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Texans, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Moore was a limited participant in all three of Tennessee's practices during the week, but he isn't in danger of sitting out come Sunday. The big-play threat hasn't seen enough volume to make a consistent impact. Moore has just 20 touches all season, though six of them have gone for at least 29 yards.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Limited Wednesday

    Moore was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice due to a rib injury, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. The rib injury is a new concern for Moore, but his ability to practice in some fashion to begin Week 17 prep bodes well for his chances of playing Sunday in Houston. Even though he seems to have solidified himself as the Titans' No. 3 wideout behind DeAndre Hopkins and Treylon Burks, Moore has recorded a modest 12-193-0 receiving line on 17 targets over the past seven games, despite playing north of 60 percent of the offensive snaps in six of those contests.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: One catch against Seattle

    Moore recorded one catch on two targets for nine yards in Sunday's 20-17 loss to the Seahawks. Moore's role has fluctuated significantly throughout the season, and he was on the lower end of that involvement in Sunday's loss. He made his lone catch midway through the third quarter and now has one or fewer receptions in 10 of 14 games on the campaign.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Involvement rebounds

    Moore recorded three receptions on four targets for 39 yards in Sunday's 19-16 overtime loss to the Texans. Moore has seen his role fluctuate significantly in the last few weeks, as he played on only 44 percent of offensive snaps in the team's Week 14 win. That rebounded to 60 percent in Sunday's loss, and Moore responded with only his third multi-catch performance in the last eight games.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Targeted only once

    Moore recorded one catch on one target for 22 yards in Monday's 28-27 win over the Dolphins. Moore has provided explosive plays for the Titans' offense this season, as Monday's catch marked his eighth gain of at least 20 yards. Despite the efficiency, he has one or fewer receptions in 10 of 13 games on the campaign.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: One catch in overtime loss

    Moore recorded one reception for 12 yards in Sunday's 31-28 overtime loss to Indianapolis. Moore logged a snap rate above 60 percent for the fourth consecutive game, though it translated to only target. He has logged multiple targets in three of his last five games but has topped 40 yards only twice in that span.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Season-high three catches

    Moore recorded three catches on four targets for 41 yards in Sunday's 17-10 win over the Panthers. Moore has been used almost exclusively as a deep threat this season, though his role changed a bit in Sunday's win. He matched his season high in targets and his three catches were his highest mark of the campaign. Moore has now topped 40 receiving yards in five of 11 games this season, including each of his last two contests.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Sets up late score

    Moore brought in his only target for 49 yards in Sunday's 34-14 loss to the Jaguars. He added one rush for 38 yards. Moore led the Titans in yards from scrimmage despite getting only two touches. His first came on an end-around play early in the first quarter, which he took for the 38 yards -- the team's longest rush of the day. Moore capped off his performance with a reception deep down the field that ultimately helped set up Tennessee's second score of the contest. Despite the explosive performance, Moore can't be relied on, as he's yet to record more than two receptions in a game this season.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Targeted twice in loss

    Moore recorded one catch on two targets for 29 yards in Thursday's 20-16 loss to the Steelers. Moore stuck to his typical role by playing 43 percent of offensive snaps. He now has zero or one catch for the seventh time in eight contests this season.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Slated to play Thursday

    Moore, who missed practice Monday and Tuesday for personal reasons, was back with the Titans on Wednesday and doesn't carry an injury designation for Thursday's game against the Steelers, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Though he'll be available Thursday, Moore's fantasy upside is limited as long as DeAndre Hopkins (toe), Treylon Burks, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine are all available to handle snaps at receiver. Hopkins is listed as questionable for the Week 9 contest, but no reports have indicated that he's in real danger of sitting out Thursday.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Not practicing, should play Week 9

    Moore won't practice Tuesday while he tends to a personal matter, but the Titans expect him to be available for Thursday's game against the Steelers, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports. Moore's availability heading into Week 8 was a question mark after he sustained a concussion Week 6 against the Ravens before the Titans went on bye the following week, but he ultimately cleared the protocol ahead of Sunday's game against the Falcons. In the Titans' 28-23 victory, Moore drew a 40-percent snap share on offense, but he went untargeted for the second time in seven appearances on the season. Moore's personal issue doesn't look like it will prevent him from playing Thursday, but he'll presumably be in store for a limited role in the Tennessee passing attack if all of DeAndre Hopkins, Treylon Burks and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine are available.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Zero targets in return

    Moore was not targeted in Sunday's 28-23 win over the Falcons. Moore missed part of the Titans' Week 6 matchup against Baltimore with a concussion, but he was able to clear protocols in time for Sunday's contest. However, with Treylon Burks back in action, Moore was pushed down the depth chart. Overall, he has one target combined across his last three games.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Clears protocol, will play Sunday

    Moore doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Falcons after Tennessee head coach Mike Vrabel confirmed Friday that the receiver cleared the NFL's five-step concussion protocol, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Moore exited Tennessee's Week 6 game against Baltimore early after being diagnosed with the brain injury, but he was able to gain full clearance and practiced without limitations coming out of the team's Week 7 bye. He will have some combination of Will Levis and Malik Willis throwing to him Sunday, as starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill (ankle) has been ruled out against Atlanta.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Exits Sunday's game

    Moore was forced out of Sunday's game against the Ravens with a concussion, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Prior to his exit from the contest, Moore caught his only target for a six-yard reception. With Moore now sidelined along with the inactive Treylon Burks (knee), DeAndre Hopkins, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Kyle Philips and Colton Dowell will be the Titans' available receivers for the rest of the day.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Not targeted against Colts

    Moore was not targeted in Sunday's 23-16 loss to the Colts. Moore failed to command a target for the first time this season, though his snap rate remained at a solid 60 percent. He's specialized as a deep-play threat through four games, as two of his four catches on the campaign have gone over 40 yards. While that allows Moore to maximize limited targets, he'll also remain an extremely inconsistent producer.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Makes most of one catch

    Moore recorded one catch on three targets for 44 yards in Sunday's 27-3 win over the Bengals. Moore played a season-high 48 snaps in the absence of Treylon Burks (knee), though that didn't translate to a big day in the box score. He did make the most of his lone catch, as he beat the defense down the right sideline for a long gain. While Moore has only four receptions this season, three of them have gone for more than 20 yards.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Emerging as deep threat

    Moore recorded two receptions on three targets for 41 yards in Sunday's 27-3 loss to the Browns. Moore has been a part-time player in Tennessee's offense through three weeks and seen limited targets as a result. However, he has provided a big-play threat to the team's pass-catching corps, which he displayed on a 33-yard gain shortly before halftime against Cleveland. Moore has 90 receiving yards on only three catches and five targets three games into the season.
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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Makes 49-yard catch

    Moore recorded one catch on one target for 49 yards in Sunday's 27-24 overtime win against the Chargers. Moore took advantage of his only target to jump-start a Titans drive late in the fourth quarter that resulted in the go-ahead touchdown. While it was a pivotal play for the team, Moore has a limited role in the offense -- he's only played a combined 38 offensive snaps in the first two games.
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