Once considered a quality No. 2 option for fantasy football teams, Denarius Moore has fallen on hard times. The Oakland Raiders second-year wide receiver hasn’t even been a flex-play option as of late.
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From Week 2-10, Moore, 23, averaged 71.9 yards per game with five TDs in eight games.
That’s an average of double-digit fantasy points in non-PPR (points per reception) leagues.
However, in his last four games, Moore has scored only once and his high water mark is 43 yards.
During this stretch, Moore is averaging two receptions each week for 25.8 yards per game.
Can he be trusted going forward?
Darrius Heyward-Bey has become a more reliable threat at receiver for the Raiders, and over the past two weeks, Rod Streater has been the top option on the team at the position with seven receptions for 196 yards and a score.
And albeit he didn’t show it on Thursday Night Football with only one reception for seven yards in the loss to the Denver Bronc...