|Date of Birth:||06/16/1993|
|Drafted:||2016 | Round 4 | Pick 107|
|Depth Chart:||2nd string|
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Chris Moore is expected to be a starter for the Ravens this season.
With Moore and Willie Snead IV being the only Baltimore receivers returning from last season, Ryan Mink of the team's official site believes they will be two starters at wide receiver in 2019. Mink also adds that Moore will "get more passes thrown his way this year and has shown good chemistry with [Ravens starting quarterback Lamar Jackson] in offseason practices." Both Ravens head coach John Harbaugh and owner Steve Bisciotti have said they believe Moore could break out this season with more opportunities, and it shouldn't be counted out that he might ultimately provide the best fantasy value among Ravens receivers this year, though there's a chance most of the fantasy value in Baltimore comes from the running game, with no starting-caliber fantasy receivers.
Chris Moore did not catch a pass in the Ravens' playoff loss.
Moore was targeted on a Lamar Jackson interception on his lone target against the Chargers. It went off his hands, but was a high pass that certainly wasn't an easy reception. Entering a contract year in 2019, Moore will remain a reliable contributor in the Ravens' receiving corps next season, but he obviously won't have much fantasy value if he remains the team's No. 4 receiver.
Chris Moore (shoulder/hip) is officially active for today’s playoff game.
Moore missed Friday’s practice, but he’s ready to go for the Wild Card Round against the Chargers. Moore will be Baltimore’s No. 4 receiver as the team looks to advance to next weekend.
Chris Moore (shoulder/hip) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday.
This is a slight surprise after Moore was a full practice participant throughout the week, but he should be OK for the Wild Card Round against the Chargers. Moore has made big plays for Baltimore when called upon the last couple of years, so Lamar Jackson and company could use him in the lineup as they look to advance.
Chris Moore caught two passes for 19 yards in Sunday's win over the Browns.
Baltimore continues to try to get Moore involved as the No. 4 receiver, and he will look to make an impact play next week against the Chargers.
Chris Moore catches one pass in Week 16 win.
It went for eight yards. Moore isn't a recommended fantasy option heading into the regular season finale.
Chris Moore scores in Week 15.
Moore caught one pass for five yards and a touchdown along with one carry for -5 yards against the Bucs. The score came on a pop pass deep in the red zone. Moore is a better real-life contributor than fantasy asset, and he's difficult to trust in lineups heading into Week 16.
Chris Moore catches one pass in Ravens' win.
Moore gained 21 yards on his lone reception, with it coming on a big fake punt. Baltimore's No. 4 receiver is a better real-life contributor than fantasy asset at the moment.
Chris Moore catches one pass in win over the Raiders.
It went for one yard. Moore isn't a recommended fantasy option as Baltimore's No. 4 wideout, especially with Lamar Jackson under center.
Chris Moore handles two touches in Week 11 win.
Moore caught a 14-yard pass on his only target and also added an eight-yard rush. Baltimore's No. 4 receiver won't be a recommended fantasy option no matter who is under center next week against the Raiders.
Chris Moore catches 30-yard pass in Week 9 loss.
It was his only catch of the game on a sensational high-point grab deep over the middle. Moore isn't a recommended fantasy option as Baltimore heads into the bye.
Chris Moore caught two passes for 19 yards in Sunday's loss to the Panthers.
Moore has yet to crack 20 yards in a game, so he's not a recommended fantasy option heading into a huge divisional matchup with the Steelers.
Chris Moore handles two touches in loss to the Saints.
Moore caught a 14-yard pass and rushed once for nine yards. The 25-year-old isn't a recommended fantasy option with just 12 touches through seven weeks.
Chris Moore catches all three targets in Ravens' win.
Moore gained 12 yards on his three receptions versus the Titans. He's a very good No. receiver for Baltimore, but Moore is not currently a fantasy option.
Chris Moore catches one pass in Ravens' loss.
Moore gained 20 yards on his lone reception. He remains a very good fourth receiver for the Ravens but off the fantasy radar.
Chris Moore gets two touches in Week 4.
Moore had one reception for 19 yards and one carry for three yards against the Steelers. Moore is a very good No. 4 receiver for the Ravens, but he's not a fantasy option right now.
Chris Moore gets three touches in Ravens' loss.
Moore had two receptions for eight receiving yards and one carry for two rushing yards versus Cincinnati. Baltimore's No. 4 receiver is a solid real-life contributor, but he's not a recommended fantasy option right now.
Chris Moore catches lone target in Week 1.
Moore gained five yards on his reception against the Bills. Moore is locked in as Baltimore's No. 4 receiver and is a solid contributor for them, but he's not a reliable fantasy option.
Chris Moore (concussion) is out for the rest of today's game.
Moore is out with the Ravens down four points in the fourth quarter. He had two of the most clutch plays of the season to end the first half, returning a kick to the six-yard line with almost no time left in the first half before catching a six-yard touchdown on a slant route. The second-year receiver became a key contributor to Baltimore this regular season, catching 18 passes for 248 yards and three touchdowns. Hopefully he's feeling better soon, and he'll look to contribute for a Ravens playoff run if they make it into the postseason.
Chris Moore catches both targets in Ravens' win.
Moore gained 29 yards on his two receptions against the Colts, with a long of 20 yards on a catch on an out-breaking route close to the end zone. He's not a recommended fantasy potion, but it's good to see Moore contributing on a team that could be headed to the playoffs.
Chris Moore scores against the Steelers.
Moore worked as the third receiver behind Mike Wallace and Jeremy Maclin this week, catching all three targets for 48 yards and a touchdown. The touchdown was a 30-yarder on a go route, as he got behind the defense and showed good focus on a sliding catch while remaining in bounds in the end zone. After the performance, expect Moore to remain the third receiver for the Ravens, but he’s difficult to trust in fantasy lineups.
Chris Moore caught three passes for 32 yards in Week 13.
Moore also rushed once for negative-four yards. With Breshad Perriman not emerging, Moore has stepped up as the team's third receiver over the past two weeks with three receptions and 30+ yards in each game. Still, he's not a fantasy option in Week 14 against the Steelers.
Chris Moore catches all three targets in Week 12.
Moore gained 37 yards on his three receptions, including a 22-yard reception on a fake punt that led to a touchdown in the second quarter for the Ravens. He's not on the fantasy radar, but Moore is a very good special teams and reserve receiver for Baltimore.
Chris Moore catches one pass in Week 9.
Moore was targeted four times, but he had only the one reception, gaining 16 yards. His role isn't big enough to be a recommended fantasy option right now.
Chris Moore recovers fumble in the end zone for a touchdown.
Moore was in the right place at the right time, alertly getting on a Buck Allen fumble by the goal line for a touchdown late in the game. Moore wasn't targeted in the passing game and is not a fantasy option, but it's good to see him keep his head in the game and be ready to help the team despite not getting a ton of playing time.
Chris Moore scores in Week 7.
Moore was targeted eight times, which was the most of any wide receiver for the Ravens, as Mike Wallace left with a concussion and Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) and Breshad Perriman (concussion) were inactive. He caught two passes for 36 yards and a touchdown, with the touchdown being the only of the game for the Ravens and coming near the end of the game against the Vikings. Even if Baltimore's receivers are out against Miami on Thursday night, Moore would be a risky FLEX option—though one with some upside.
Chris Moore caught three passes for 44 yards in Sunday's loss to the Bears.
Moore led the team in receiving yards, but he also committed a key drop late in the game as Baltimore was defeated in overtime. The 2016 fourth-round pick will probably have a limited role once Jeremy Maclin returns, which could come in Week 7. He can stay on the waiver wire.