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Player Outlook
Moore should once again be considered the No. 1 receiver for the Bears, but he might not be as productive as he was in 2023. This season, consider Moore a No. 2 Fantasy receiver, and he's worth drafting in Round 4 in the majority of leagues. Last year, Moore averaged a career-best 16.9 PPR points per game, but he was the clear focal point of the passing game with 136 targets. This season, the Bears added Keenan Allen and Rome Odunze, and both will command plenty of targets, which should impact Moore. We also have to see how Moore adjusts to a rookie quarterback in Caleb Williams, who was the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft. Moore should still be productive but don't be surprised if he sees a decline in production this season with the new additions to Chicago's receiving corps. He should definitely be drafted as a starter in the majority of leagues, but don't reach for him on Draft Day based on how he performed in 2023.

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Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2023 96 1364 14.21 8 21 5.25 18310.8
2022 63 888 14.10 7 53 5.30 1267.4
3y Avg. 84 1136 13.52 6 41 5.86 1398.2
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Returning to remade offense

    Moore worked out in April with Bears QB Caleb Williams and fellow Bears WRs Keenan Allen and Rome Odunze, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports. The workouts took place shortly before the draft, at which point Williams was all but locked in as the No. 1 overall pick for Chicago (and Odunze considered a strong candidate to join him at No. 9). The Bears ended up with both, completing their offseason makeover on offense after trading for Allen and signing RB D'Andre Swift and TE Gerald Everett. The crowded pass-catching corps means Moore is unlikely to match his career-high 28.8 percent target share from 2023, though there likely will be more overall targets, as the Bears figure to call pass plays at a higher rate and will no longer have sack/scramble-happy Justin Fields under center.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Wraps up best season of career

    Moore caught four passes on six targets for 64 yards in the Bears' 17-9 loss to the Packers on Sunday. After five seasons in Carolina, Moore had the best quarterback play during his time in the NFL, and he turned into to a career year. The veteran caught 96 passes for 1,364 yards and eight touchdowns on 130 targets. Although the target total was the fourth-highest of his career, he bested his career high in receiving yards by 171 yards, and his eight scores were one more than his previous career-best mark that he set in 2022. He's under contract with Chicago through 2025. With the expectation that Moore will have at least the same level of quarterback play, and possibly an elevated level, the wideout will likely be one of the top receivers selected in 2024 fantasy drafts.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Cleared to face Green Bay

    Moore (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Packers. Moore hurt his ankle early in Chicago's Week 16 game and had just 18 yards in a 27-16 win over Arizona, but he then came back last week with 9-159-1 receiving line in a blowout of the Falcons and now will play in the season finale. Moore even upgraded to full practice participation Friday after sitting out the previous two days.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Remains limited Thursday

    Moore (ankle) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday. Moore was forced out of a Week 16 win against the Cardinals for a handful of snaps after his right ankle was rolled up on, but he avoided the Bears' Week 17 practice report entirely. He then had a field day versus the Falcons this past Sunday, reeling off nine catches (on 13 targets) for 159 yards and one touchdown. Nearly two weeks removed from the initial injury, Moore is experiencing restrictions on his on-field work, likely as a precautionary measure, and there's a chance Chicago clears up his status for Sunday's game in Green Bay as soon as it posts its final injury report of the week Friday.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Starts week with limited practice

    Moore was a limited participant in practice Wednesday due to an ankle injury. Moore missed part of Chicago's Week 16 win over the Cardinals after a defender rolled up on his ankle, but he returned to that game and looked no worse for wear in the Bears' Week 17 win over the Falcons, posting 159 yards and a touchdown. The star receiver is likely to upgrade to full participation Thursday or Friday and could avoid carrying a designation into the weekend as the Bears look to play spoiler Sunday against the NFC North rival Packers, who can clinch a playoff spot with a win.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Spectacular numbers in win

    Moore brought in nine of 13 targets for 159 yards and a touchdown in the Bears' 37-17 win over the Falcons on Sunday. Moore easily paced the Bears in receptions, receiving yards and targets, authoring his first 100-yard game since Week 12 and only his second overall since Week 5. Moore also opened the scoring on the day with a seven-yard touchdown grab in the first quarter, and he appeared completely unencumbered by the ankle injury that cost him some time in Week 16. Moore will have one more chance to build on what has already been a career-best campaign when the Bears face the Packers at Lambeau Field in Week 18.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Records just three catches Sunday

    Moore notched three catches (on six targets) for 18 yards during Sunday's 27-16 victory versus the Cardinals. On the Bears' second play from scrimmage, Moore recorded a six-yard catch, but as he was taken to the ground, his right ankle was rolled up on. He remained on the turf for several minutes and then visited the sideline tent for even longer, but after being deemed questionable to return, he reentered the contest. Overall, it marked Moore's least productive outing in terms of yards this season, and the six targets matched his third fewest in a game through 15 outings. Afterward, he told Alex Shapiro of NBC Sports Chicago that he "was hurting" but then "thought ... 'Why not just go out there and play?'" As such, Moore seems like a good bet to show up on Bears injury reports as the team prepares for its next game Sunday, Dec. 31 against the Falcons.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Back in action

    Moore (ankle) returned to Sunday's game versus the Cardinals, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. Moore had his right ankle rolled up on by an Arizona defender on his first catch of the game. He spent time laying on the turf in pain and then a lengthy spell in the sideline tent. When he emerged, Moore had a large wrap on the ankle, but he'll attempt to play through the pain Sunday.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Hurts right ankle Sunday

    Moore injured his right ankle during Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Chris Emma of reports. Moore was targeted by Justin Fields on the quarterback's first pass of the game, which he hauled in for a six-yard gain. As Moore was taken to the ground, his right ankle was rolled up on, and he remained on the turf for a spell before making his way to the sideline with team trainers. He then visited the medical tent, and after he emerged he had a large wrap on the ankle in question and walked with a visible limp. Officially, Moore is questionable to return.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Leading receiver in loss

    Moore caught four of eight targets for 52 yards in Sunday's 20-17 loss to the Browns. Tight end Cole Kmet wound up pacing the Bears in receptions, but Moore was the team leader in targets and yards. It was still his worst output since Week 9, but a minor ankle injury that limited him during practice leading up to Sunday's contest could help explain the modest numbers. Moore has posted a 28-330-2 line on 40 targets in four games since Justin Fields returned to the lineup, making him a strong fantasy option in Week 16 against the Cardinals.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Good to go in Cleveland

    Moore (ankle) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Browns, Courtney Cronin of reports. The 26-year-old tweaked his ankle last week against Detroit but is ready to play Week 15 after being labeled questionable. Moore has been especially productive over the past three games with 24 receptions for 278 yards and two touchdowns in addition to three carries for 20 yards and another score.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: In line to play Sunday

    Moore (ankle) is expected to play Sunday at Cleveland, Jeremy Fowler of reports. Moore twisted his ankle last Sunday against the Lions but still played 65 of 71 offensive snaps (92 percent) on his way to six catches (on 10 targets) for 68 yards, three carries for 20 yards and two total touchdowns. He opened Week 15 prep with no activity Wednesday before logging a limited practice Thursday and a full session Friday. Despite increasing his workload incrementally, Moore entered the weekend as questionable for Sunday's game, but it appears that merely was a precautionary measure. His status will be confirmed when Chicago releases its inactive list about 90 minutes before Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Officially questionable for Sunday

    Moore (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Cleveland. In the midst of the Bears' 28-13 win against the Lions this past Sunday, Moore twisted his ankle but played through the pain en route to six catches (on 10 targets) for 68 yards and one touchdown and three carries for 20 yards and another score. The injury kept him out of drills Wednesday, but he proceeded to log a limited session Thursday before returning to all activity to wrap up Week 15 prep. This last point is a good enough sign that Moore will be available Sunday, but his status won't be confirmed until approximately 90 minutes before a 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Limited in return to practice

    Moore (ankle) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. While Moore hasn't shaken off his ankle injury just yet, the wideout's ability to practice in a limited fashion Thursday at least represents progress after he was held out of Wednesday's session entirely. In order to avoid taking an injury designation into Sunday's game in Cleveland, Moore will likely need to conclude Week 15 prep with a full practice Friday. Since QB Justin Fields returned to the lineup Week 11 following a four-game absence due to a dislocated thumb, Moore has been a top-flight fantasy producer with 24 catches for 278 yards and two touchdowns to go with three carries for 20 yards and another score over a stretch of three contests.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Two touchdowns in victory

    Moore recorded six receptions on 10 targets for 68 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 28-13 win over the Lions. He added three rushes for 20 yards and an additional touchdown. Moore got involved in the offense immediately, as he capped the team's opening drive with a 16-yard rushing touchdown. However, he was held off the stat sheet for the rest of the half and didn't have a reception or target at halftime. That changed in the final two quarters, and he still managed to lead the team in targets, receptions and yards. Moore's day as a receiver was highlighted by a 38-yard touchdown catch late in the third quarter when he beat his defender deep for what ultimately became the game-winning touchdown. He now has a touchdown in two of his last three games and has 278 receiving yards in that same span.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Monster primetime performance

    Moore brought in 11 of 13 targets for 114 yards in the Bears' 12-10 win over the Vikings on Monday. The veteran wideout was the epitome of a No. 1 receiver in the low-scoring win, accounting for well over half of Justin Fields' 217 passing yards while leading the Bears in receptions and targets by a wide margin as well. Moore also saved his best for last, recording 16- and 36-yard grabs on what would turn out to be Chicago's game-winning drive. Moore's catch total was a season high, and his yardage tally was his first over the century mark since Week 5. Following the Week 13 bye, Moore gets a crack at a Lions defense he posted a 7-96-1 line against during the first meeting between the division rivals.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Rekindles chemistry with Fields

    Moore caught seven of nine targets for 96 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-26 loss to the Lions. Moore's production picked back up with Justin Fields (thumb) throwing him the ball for the first time since Week 6. After failing to get into the end zone in any of Tyson Bagent's four starts, Moore scored his sixth touchdown in Fields' seven starts. The score came on a 39-yard deep ball in the third quarter. Moore fell four yards short of his fourth 100-yard receiving performance in Fields' last five full games, so Chicago's No. 1 receiver will have plenty of Week 12 fantasy appeal on Monday Night Football against Minnesota's shaky secondary.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Team-high receiving yardage in win

    Moore secured five of nine targets for 58 yards and rushed once for one yard in the Bears' 16-13 win over the Panthers on Thursday night. Moore set the pace for the Bears in receiving yards and targets while tying Cole Kmet for the team lead in receptions. The talented wideout wasn't able to come close to a top-end performance against his old squad, but Moore's receiving yardage total was his highest since his breakout 230-yard effort Week 5 against the Commanders. The veteran could see a boost in production again in a Week 11 divisional clash against the Lions on Sunday, Nov. 19 that should mark Justin Fields' (thumb) return to action.
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  • Bears' D.J. Moore: WRS to Start

    This is a revenge game for Moore, who spent the first five seasons of his career in Carolina before the Panthers traded him to Chicago this offseason. It would be nice if Justin Fields (thumb) were active for this game, but he's listed as doubtful, meaning Tyson Bagent will start again. That's been a bad formula for Moore since he has three games in a row with 55 yards or less and no touchdowns, and he's scored 9.5 PPR points or less in each of his past two outings against the Chargers and Saints. I'm going to count on the Bears coaching staff to put Moore in position to make plays this week against his former team, and the Panthers have struggled with No. 1 receivers for the majority of this season (see Chris Olave in Week 2, DK Metcalf in Week 3, Justin Jefferson in Week 4, Josh Reynolds without Amon-Ra St. Brown in Week 5, Tyreek Hill in Week 6 and Michael Pittman in Week 9). Look for Moore to get his revenge on Thursday night.
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  • Bears' DJ Moore: Another modest performance

    Moore secured three of five targets for 55 yards in the Bears' 24-17 loss to the Saints on Sunday. He also lost a fumble. It was a ragged day all the way around for the normally reliable receiver, who finished behind both Cole Kmet and Darnell Mooney in receptions while also losing a fumble in Bears territory early in the third quarter that led to a Saints field goal. Moore has now been under the 100-yard mark in four consecutive contests after a stellar two-game stretch in Weeks 4 and 5, but he could have Justin Fields (thumb) back under center in a Week 10 home matchup against the Panthers on Thursday night.
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