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DENARIUS MOORE RUMORS

Did Dennis Allen lose the team when he benched Denarius Moore?

The Oakland Raiders had a lot of key names on the inactive list this past Sunday when they played the Miami Dolphins. Most of those names were expected to be inactive but there was one surprise. And it was a big surprise. Wide receiver Denarius Moore was a healthy scratch from the active roster. After being a starter in week one of the year, Moore found himself not even suiting up...
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September 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Oakland Raiders need to bench Denarius Moore

The Oakland Raiders are three games into the 2014 campaign and one of the most confusing aspects about the team and its coaches is trying to figure out why on Earth Denarius Moore is still a starting wide receiver. In three games he has caught 8 of 20 targets for a depressingly bad 44% catch rate. According to Pro Football Focus, he only has three drops, but personally, I think that...
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September 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Deep Impact: Denarius Moore

Here is the next article in our series we are referring to as Deep Impact, where we at Razzball will examine players who are tucked away deep in the player projections, and are bound to surpass their underwhelming expectations. The benefit of these players, aside from showing off your fantasy football prowess, is that they are often available on your fantasy league waiver wire and...
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September 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Maybe trading Denarius Moore is the best idea for the Raiders

The Oakland Raiders have seen two names on their team associated with trade rumors this off season, Terrelle Pryor and Denarius Moore. Pryor was eventually traded to the Seattle Seahawks for a seventh round pick. That left Moore, the underachieving speedster wideout that has frustrated Raiders coaches and fans alike for years with his inconsistency. Entering the draft, it looked...
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June 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Oakland Raiders offseason position review: wide receivers

Considering the state of the rest of the roster, the wide receivers of the Oakland Raiders were a bright spot. Despite some underwhelming quarterback play, all had enough talent. It was a massive overhaul of everyone behind Denarius Moore and Rod Streater. Jacoby Ford and Juron Criner returned, but never saw any action. The team added 6’5 Andre Holmes who had bounced around...
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March 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Top 5 reasons the Raiders should draft a WR in the first round

#5 – Drafting a WR makes Denarius Moore available as trade bait With Jacoby Ford set to hit free agency, the Raiders are not very likely to bring him back in 2014. Because of his departure, the Raiders would need to hang on to Denarius Moore for depth. Unless they were to draft a wide receiver. Moore is coming up on the last year on his rookie contract and also may not be a guy...
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January 16, 2014  |  Discuss
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