Outside of a mini-dud in the Raiders’ loss to the Washington Redskins, wide receiver Denarius Moore has been one of the top wide receivers in the league this season, much of it coming from the relationship he shares with quarterback Terrelle Pryor.
Moore has hauled in twenty catches and three touchdowns this season, good for 317 yards and recently suggested the success stems from he and Pryor ‘really starting to click’.
Per the San Francisco Chronicle:
“I’m feeling confidence from within myself and from the team,” Moore said. “Terrelle and I are really starting to click. It started in practice, and now we’re transferring it to the games.”
Assuming Moore remains healthy and can continue on his current pace, he’ll become the Raiders first 1,000 yard receiver in eight years, the last being Randy Moss in 2005.
Moore, who is averaging fourteen more yards per game this season than his previous career high, is just 400 yards away from topping his career high, just five weeks into the season.
Pryor and Moore will continue to try their hand at success, this week against the Chiefs in Kansas City.