Fantasy football review and outlook for Panthers in Week 16

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D.J. Moore – Carolina Panthers WR

Best game- Week 7 at Saints: 25.30 fantasy points, four receptions, 93 yards, and two touchdowns.

Worst game- Week 9 at Chiefs: 3.80 fantasy points, two receptions, 18 yards.

Overall: D.J.Moore didn’t have as good of a fantasy season as analysts thought he would. He managed to surpass 1,000 yards for the second time in two years, but only four touchdowns and 56 receptions so far. This is what led to a decent average of 14.43 fantasy points per game.

Start or Sit in Week 16?


Moore has been on fire since his dud against the Chiefs. In his last four games combined, the wide receiver has 21 receptions for 415 yards and one touchdown. Washington’s pass defense is not friendly, so there’s probably a better matchup – but Moore’s productivity shouldn’t change.

Robby Anderson – Carolina Panthers WR

Best game- Week 1 vs. Raiders: 25.40 fantasy points, six receptions, 114 yards, and one touchdown.

Worst game- Week 15 at Packers: 4.00 fantasy points, two receptions, 21 yards.

Overall: Robby Anderson started off the year very strong but cooled off a bit after Week 5. He averaged 14.30 fantasy points per game and like Moore, his Achilles heel was scoring touchdowns. Going into this Sunday, Anderson has only been in the end zone twice.

Start or Sit in Week 16?


Anderson may have a career-high in yards this season. But I can’t help but feel like his talents were wasted this year.

He’s averaged more than nine yards per reception in almost every game this season but somehow didn’t get a target until the second half of the game at Green Bay. Washington’s defense has allowed the third-fewest yards per pass attempt so don’t hinge your fantasy championship on the hopes that Anderson’s targets will increase.