Denarius Moore continues fantasy hot streak

Patrick Smith

Denarius Moore scored his fifth TD of the season in a losing effort against the Ravens. We break down the fantasy implications.

Oakland Raiders WR Denarius Moore continued his hot season in Week 10. Against the Baltimore Ravens, Moore hauled in four catches on eight targets, for 90 yards and a TD. His one score came on a 30-yard strike from Carson Palmer when he badly burned CB Cory Williams.

The TD was one of the few highlights for Oakland, as they were thumped 55-20.

Fantasy Impact: Moore is delivering on the promise of his rookie season with a huge second year. He's now up to 34 catches, 575 yards and five TDs and has established himself as Carson Palmer's top WR threat.

Moore is an easy fantasy start when the Raiders take on the Saints' infamous pass defense in Week 11.

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