New York Jets WR Elijah Moore is a serious weapon
Yeah, I get it. I know that you know that Elijah Moore is one serious NFL weapon.
I also know that you know that the New York Jets sophomore wide receiver is one quick weapon that should have Zach Wilson licking his lips all summer long.
But I wonder if you truly know just how talented this Ole Miss product actually is.
The full film breakdown can be viewed at the bottom of this article (for logged-in Jets X-Factor subscribers).
After digging into Elijah Moore’s rookie Jets game film, the answer has crystalized: No. 8 is the real deal.
Sure, Moore showcased some shortcomings many rookie wideouts put on film over the course of their first go at it, but the raw abilities coupled with the jump-off-the-screen talent is too much to wave aside.
Moore is as quick as anybody in short spaces—which is an excellent area to excel in today’s quicker NFL. That, along with Wilson’s quick release, allows Mike LaFleur plenty of room for imagination.
Moore, veteran Corey Davis, versatile Braxton Berrios, and newcomer Garrett Wilson make for an awesome weaponry foursome this coming season. And now that Blewett’s Blitz has dug into Elijah Moore’s rookie film that much more, prognostications should be lifted to an even higher degree.
The full Elijah Moore subscriber film breakdown can be viewed at the bottom of this article (over two hours in length).
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Good Breakdown. Film don’t lie. Just continue to get better against press coverage and he can legit be a top 15 WR or even better.