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Cardinals WR Rondale Moore can be a X-Factor against Rams

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Due to the wide receiver position for the Arizona Cardinals being injury plagued, WR Rondale Moore is primed to play a major role against the Los Angeles Rams tomorrow.

Currently, wide receivers Marquise Brown (heel) and Zach Pascal (hamstring) are questionable while Michael Wilson (shoulder) has been ruled out for Arizona.

Because of this, the 23-year-old Moore will be one of the main focal points of Cardinals head coach Jonathan Gannon’s offense going forward.

Additionally, more and more teams are realizing that Arizona tight end Trey McBride has became a dangerous threat, and therefore, opposing defenses will target him.

However, Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray will look to Moore as another option for tomorrow’s battle of NFC West rivals.

Moore as a Cardinal

After becoming a starter for only the fifth time this season, Moore came up big last week, regardless of the result.

In the 21-16 loss to the Houston Texans, Murray launched a 48-yard dart from the Texans centerfield logo over to Moore in the end-zone for a touchdown.

That touchdown would be the only target and pass made by Murray to Moore on Nov. 19.

So far, Moore has spent three years in the valley after being the 49th overall pick in the 2021 draft.

Furthermore, the Indiana native has ran for 219 yards on 26 receptions and 1 touchdown this season.

Overall, Moore has started 20 games out of a possible 33 games, amassed 1068 on 121 passes caught and scored 3 TD’s as a Cardinal.

Also, he has averaged 8.8 yards-per-reception.

Unless Brown is officially out tomorrow, expect Rondale Moore to get more touches against the Rams from Murray.

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Alec Cipollini is a reporter of the Arizona Coyotes and Cardinals for Burn City Sports. You can follow him on his X account @AlecCipollini

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