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Wide Receiver, Pittsburgh Steelers

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College: Toledo
Ht: 5’9”  Wt: 190 DOB: 1983-08-31 Age: 31
WR Rank Tier ADP-12
#41 5 9.05

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Target Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2006 NO 4 0 3 1 10 10.0 0 1.0 0.3
2007 NO 16 5 50 32 302 9.4 2 48.9 3.1
2008 NO 16 5 113 79 928 11.7 10 152.8 9.6
2009 NO 7 0 19 14 153 10.9 2 27.3 3.9
2010 NO 16 1 95 66 763 11.6 8 124.3 7.8
2011 NO 14 6 73 52 627 12.1 8 110.7 7.9
2012 PIT 15 0 104 65 1,041 16.0 6 140.1 9.3
2012 (Projected) PIT       52 716 13.8 6 107.6  

2014 Outlook
Depth Chart
It has been three long years since Moore’s breakout season in 2008 when he came out of nowhere to catch 79 passes for 928 yards and 10 touchdowns. He followed that up with an injury-plagued 2009 season and a pair of mildly productive seasons in 2010 and 2011, averaging 59 receptions for 695 yards and eight touchdowns in those years. In 2012, the 5’9”, 190 pound Toledo product will get a chance to replicate his 2008 success due to the departure of Robert Meachem and the likelihood the Saints will once again feature a pass happy offense. Moore will battle Devery Henderson for a starting spot opposite Marques Colston but the reality is that New Orleans is likely to continue spreading the ball around to many receivers. That limits Moore’s upside even if he opens the season as a starter. In addition, it is hard to imagine Moore continue to score a touchdown every 7.5 receptions as he has over the past four seasons. Moore should be drafted as a solid WR4 who will likely have a number of double-digit scoring weeks as well as a few duds in 2012.

Fan. Tm. Player
WR1WR1 Antonio Brown
WR2WR2 Markus Wheaton
WR3WR3 Justin Brown
WR4WR4 Martavis Bryant
WR5WR5 Lance Moore
WR6WR6 Darrius Heyward-Bey
Steelers Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Injury Rookie WR Martavius Bryant could make debut     -- Wed Sep 10 4:30 pm --

Dri Archer and Lance Moore ruled out
Running back Dri Archer has been ruled out this week with an ankle/foot injury suffered against the Browns, while Lance Moore (groin) will miss his second straight game. Rookie receiver Martavis Bryant (shoulder) returned to practice this week after missing the season opener against the Cleveland Browns and is listed as probable for the game. (Steelers.com)

FF Today's Take: The injuries to Dri Archer and Lance Moore in the passing game should open the door for Martavius Bryant to make his NFL debut. In deep leagues and dynasty formats, Bryant offers some long term upside. Archer's injury will likely result in Le'Veon Bell seeing all of the snaps on passing downs.
Wheaton looking to land starting role     -- Fri Aug 1 11:45 am --

Addition by subtraction
Last year he (Markus Wheaton) was the fourth receiver on the depth chart behind Antonio Brown, Emmanuel Sanders and Jerricho Cotchery. Now, with the departure of Sanders (Denver) and Cotchery (Carolina) in free agency he has been elevated to the No. 2 receiver alongside Brown. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

FF Today's Take: Wheaton will be competing with Lance Moore and fourth-round pick Martavis Bryant for Antonio Brown's scraps but there is some WR4 value to be had. Last year, the Steelers placed three fantasy receivers inside the top 35 at the position (Brown-7, Cotchery-30, Sanders-35) although attempting to decipher which No.2 wideout to be in your starting lineup will likely be a weekly headache for fantasy owners.
WR biggest question mark for Steelers' offense     -- Sun Jul 20 12:45 pm --

A mix of veterans and rookies will fill the void
The main question on offense for 2014 was previously a team strength, that of wide receiver. After losing three of their top four receivers as free agents since March 2013, the Steelers have filled in with a combination of veteran free agents and rookie Martavis Bryant. Two-time Pro Bowler Antonio Brown, 26, is the constant, the star, and hopes to become their new leader. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

FF Today's Take: The departure Emmanuel Sanders (DEN) and Jerricho Cotchery (CAR) leaves a big void that is projected to be filled by a combination of Lance Moore, Markus Wheaton and Bryant. Antonio Brown is deserving of low-end WR1 status and there's room in this offense for another receiver to be fantasy relevant but it's quite possible none of the three offseason additions will equal Cotchery's WR30 or Sanders' WR35 ranking from last season.

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