Ranking Chicago Bears 3 recent signings
2. David Moore, WR
Most fantasy football players will know David Moore as the player who was sitting on the waiver wire that they debated picking up for years. Moore was a seventh-round pick by the Seattle Seahawks, and being a receiver for Russell Wilson meant that a fantasy explosion was always in reach.
David Moore is the type of player who fits with a talent like Wilson as well. He goes up and gets the ball and is a field flipper in how he can make big-time plays. Still, he had 445 yards in 2018, 301 yards in 2019, and 417 in 2020, so he is not a game-breaking number one or anything.
Still, as a number four wideout who can make game-changing plays, it is a nice addition.
The issue is that once he left Wilson, he lost his swagger. The Panthers paid him to be a complementary receiver for them, but he lost his job in training camp.
The Raiders brought him in for two weeks, and move on, the Broncos kept him for three, and after a few months without being signed, he spent the final games of the season with the Green Bay Packers. The team activated him for their meaningless Week 17 game.
Moore at his best was more recent than Stroman, but it is questionable that four teams moved on In one season. Justin Fields at least plays similarly to Wilson stylistically, so perhaps he could catch on with team number five since leaving the Seahawks.