Jets Rumors: 3 Potential Landing Spots For Elijah Moore

With the NFL trade deadline looming on Tuesday, it is possible we see teams shift their players into potential prospects within a future draft. An offensive player garnering attention in the trade market within the last few weeks has been New York Jets wide receiver Elijah Moore. 

On Sunday Moore spoke to the media after the Jets' 22-17 loss to the Patriots and essentially doubled down on his notable unhappiness within the New York offense, when he was asked about his chemistry with quarterback Zach Wilson. 

"I don't even know, I couldn't tell you. I don't get the ball. I don't know," Moore said, according to SNY. 

Let's look at three potential teams Moore could aid with his pass-catching ability. 

Green Bay Packers: It's not breaking news that the Packers have had troubles within their receiving corps this season and quarterback Aaron Rodgers has shown growing frustrations of wideouts dropping balls in recent weeks, even suggesting they should be benched if they continue to make mistakes. Green Bay (3-5) has now lost four straight games after their most recent loss on SNF to the Bills (27-17), and Elijah Moore could provide the spark they need to turn their season around. 

Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals have had a rocky season thus far to say the least with a record of 3-5 to show for it, ranking them dead last in the NFC West. With the addition of Elijah Moore as a pass option for quarterback Kyler Murray, it could definitely provide spacing and another capable threat alongside star receiver DeAndre Hopkins for a Arizona club, who are missing Marquise 'Hollywood' Brown (foot) for at least another handful of weeks after being put on IR with a fractured foot. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: It has been gloomy in Florida for the Bucs as of late after losing four out of their last five games, pushing their record to a woeful 3-5. Quarterback Tom Brady has played like his age (45) and with the addition of Elijah Moore it could provide Brady with another weapon alongside his trusted No. 1 receiver Mike Evans, banged up pass-catchers Chris Godwin and Julio Jones, who have been in and out of the lineup since the beginning of the season with a various leg injuries. 

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