Denarius Moore 'frustrating,' should be avoided in fantasy

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Denarius Moore is being called the 'most frustrating player' in Raiders' training camp. We break down the fantasy implications.

Denarius Moore has been inconsistent in training camp, or more accurately, he's been the "most frustrating player in camp," according to Scott Bair of CSN Bay Area.  This comes just three days after Oakland offensive coordinator Greg Olson said that Moore needs to be more mature if he's to be successful.

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Oakland needs multiple receivers to step up if they're to be at all successful this year. Moore had a promising rookie year in which he put up 618 yards off of 33 receptions with five touchdowns. He fits the bill of your average No. 1 receiver, but he hasn't been able to put it together.

For every big play he makes, Moore makes a couple bone-headed plays to go along with it.

Fantasy Impact: While the Raiders shouldn't be a popular team to grab fantasy players from in general, they could end up with one or two solid players on offense. Whether that player will be a wide receiver is up in the air, but it's looking more and more like that player won't be Denarius Moore. Avoid him -- for now, at least.

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