Second-year wideout Skyy Moore and the rest of the Kansas City Chiefs’ receiving corps have had an underwhelming start to their 2023.
In the offseason, there was a buzz around Moore and the potential for that the Chiefs’ receivers might be able to take a serious step forward, but that has yet to happen.
Moore and the Chiefs’ offense struggled mightily against the Broncos in week eight, but Moore expects more of himself and the team heading into week nine.
“Yeah, [I need to] just do a better job of finishing the opportunities that I get,” Moore said in comments to the media on Thursday. “When they come, just make the play.”
The 23-year-old receiver was asked if the rotation amongst the receivers causes any issues finding a rhythm. Moore believes it is beneficial to the receivers.
“I don’t really see it as a challenge,” Moore explained. “We’re hitting – everybody is getting in, it’s seven totally different receivers, so new weapons each play.”
Week eight was certainly a disappointment offensively, but Moore expects this offense to be on the same page against the Dolphins in Germany.
“I would expect us to come out firing on all cylinders,” Moore continued. “I feel like every position group knows what they have to do, and we’re going to hone into the details and get the job done.”
The Chiefs will have to be locked in on both sides of the ball against a surging Dolphins team that is averaging 33.9 points per game.