2023 Player Outlook
As a rookie, Rondale Moore played a limited snap share and ran incredibly low average depth of target routes (his aDot as a rookie was 1.3 yards). That along with his smaller size at 5'7" 180 capped his upside. In his second season, he played virtually every snap in a few games and his aDot increased to 5.2 yards (which still isn't great but obviously the right direction). Now that the Cardinals have released DeAndre Hopkins, the hope for Rondale Moore is that he can become a full-time wide receiver running real routes. This year is pivotal for Moore as, if he can't get it done with the opportunity in front of him, we're not sure when he ever will.