Analyzing Week 3 fantasy performances in Carolina Panthers’ win

(Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images) Mike Davis
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D.J. Moore – Carolina Panthers WR

D.J. Moore was virtually a non-factor on Sunday and was only targeted four times against the Chargers defense. However, he made the most of his opportunities catching two balls for 65 yards.

This included a tremendous adjustment on a deep thrown from Teddy Bridgewater, which was further evidence that their chemistry is improving with every passing game.

Start or sit in Week 4?


Moore earned fewer than ten fantasy points for the second time this season but should atone against Arizona, who has given up big games to lead wideouts in the last two weeks.

Also, after he struggled in Week 1, Moore led the team in receiving yards the following week. I expect him to do the same this week.

Robby Anderson – Carolina Panthers WR

Like the rest of the offense, Robby Anderson had a quiet day.

He caught five out of six targets but underwhelmed with only 55 yards. In PPR, he had a better day than Moore with just over ten fantasy points.

Through three weeks, Anderson is playing well, averaging 92.7 yards per game. This has exceeded expectations initially following his free-agent move from the New York Jets.

Start or sit in Week 4?


It wouldn’t be a stretch to assume the Panthers-Cardinals game will be a shoot out. Arizona is facing so many injuries at safety that they may sure the position up with linebacker Isaiah Simmons, their top draft pick in 2019.

If Cardinals’ head coach Kliff Kingsbury pulls the trigger on this, it could lead to some great opportunities and big plays for Anderson.