QB Matt Moore NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings
2009 Fantasy Year In Review: John Fox finally let Matt Moore on the field after Jake Delhomme suffered a hand injury that cost him the rest of the season. Upon Moore’s arrival, everyone in the Panthers passing game actually looked like they could play football.
Steve Smith was a top ten fantasy producing receiver once again and even the rest of the passing game started producing. It was embarrassingly clear to see by the end of the year that the Panthers should have played Moore much earlier in the season.
2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: With the second easiest passing schedule in football Moore has an opportunity to shine in 2010. Many fantasy owners may look at this team and only know about Smith as a relevant option, but I believe that will change by seasons end.
In Moore, fantasy owners should have themselves a very nice backup to go to when they need a change of pace. Expect Moore to produce a good season and don’t worry about Jimmy Clausen until maybe next year.
– Underrated Supporting Cast
– 2nd Easiest Schedule Against The Pass
– Good Weather
– Hasn’t Produce For A Full Season
– Needs A Receiver Or Two To Breakout
More Fantasy Football Player Info About Matt Moore
Matt Moore | Carolina Panthers | No. 3 | QB
Height: 6-3 Weight: 202 | Born: 8/9/1984
2009 games played 7 | games started 5
2010 Experience: 4th season
Bye Week Conflicts (WK 6):
Bills, Bengals, Cardinals
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Projected Rankings Against the Pass And Schedule Link For Matt Moore Found Below.
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