MORE FOR MOORE?
Wide receiver DJ Moore has been plenty productive this season, as he’s currently second on the team with 640 yards receiving and leads the Panthers with three touchdown catches. But Sunday, he was targeted a season-low three times and made only two catches for 18 yards.
That’s despite being on the field for 98 percent of the Panthers’ 83 offensive snaps.
“I don’t think that was planned,” Rhule said. “I’m sure he’s frustrated by it. There were a couple times on the headset I heard Joe say, ‘Hey, alert the go ball to DJ,’ and they played Cover 2. So times we tried to get the ball down the field to him, it didn’t break his way.
“Obviously, he’s a big part of our offense. We need to have him involved, and we weren’t able to do that
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