Kenny Moore II 2022 - 2023 Post Game Stats & Recaps

September 15, 2022

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Welcome to Kenny Moore II's post game stats & recaps, where we'll be following the cornerback's production throughout the season. Check back every week for updates on Kenny Moore II's post game stats!

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Week 18:

Statline: DNP/Injured

Week 17:

Statline: DNP/Injured

Week 16:

Statline: DNP/Injured

Week 15: 

Statline: DNP/Injured

Week 14:

Statline: BYE WEEK

Week 13:

Statline: DNP (Ankle Injury)

Colts cornerback Kenny Moore II suffered an ankle injury and did not play in the Colts week 13 game against the Cowboys. The Colts sorely missed the veteran cornerback as they surrendered over 50 points to a red hot Cowboys team. We’ll have to see if Kenny Moore will be available in week 15 following their bye week. 

Week 12:

Statline: 10 TKLS, 7 SOLO, 1 PASS DEF

The Indianapolis Colts lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers 24-17 at home on Monday Night Football but Kenny Moore II still balled out as usual. Unfortunately for Moore and the secondary, they had trouble stopping a running attack that put up 172 yards and two touchdowns on the night. Moore did everything he could, totaling 10 tackles, seven solos, along with one pass-defended. While the Colts’ defense had trouble stopping the run, Moore and the secondary held their own by holding the Steelers' passing attack to 151 yards total.

Week 11:

Statline: 4 TKLS, 4 SOLO

Kenny Moore and the Indianapolis Colts were coming off a big win in Las Vegas last weekend but couldn’t do the same this time around as they were beaten by the Philadelphia Eagles 17-16. For Moore and the defense, it was a heartbreaking loss as they held the NFL’s best team to only 10 points up until 1:20 to play when Eagles QB Jalen Hurts scored on a seven-yard run. For Moore’s part, he had four tackles, all solos, and helped contribute to a suffocating secondary that held the Eagles to only 173 passing yards and one TD through the air and forced two fumbles. Unfortunately, the Colts' offense couldn’t score more than two field goals in the second half leaving Moore and the defense losing another tough ball game.

Week 10:

Statline: 7 TKLS, 6 SOLO, 1 PASS DEF, 1 TFL

Cornerback Kenny Moore II and the Indianapolis Colts defense once again had a stellar afternoon as they beat the Las Vegas Raiders on the road 25-20 Sunday to snap their three-game losing streak. Moore and his defensive counterparts held the Raiders’ offense to just 309 total yards of offense, including only 77 yards of rushing and allowing only 3.2 yards per carry. With the defensive front only able to come away with a pair of sacks, Moore and the secondary helped prevent Raiders’ quarterback Derek Carr from making big plays down the stretch, especially at the end when he had a chance for a comeback win. Instead, the team prevented Carr from getting the ball into the endzone, letting him get no further than the 16-yard line. Moore himself had another great game with six tackles, including five solos, to go with a tackle for loss and a pass-defended. 

Week 9:

Statline: 4 TKLS, 2 SOLO

Kenny Moore and his Indianapolis Colts just can’t catch a break no matter where or who they play. With another loss on Sunday at the hands of the New England Patriots on the road, the Colts are now 3-5-1. All of this despite another strong defensive effort by Moore and the defense although it’s hard to see it in the score. Moore only had two solo tackles but he helped the secondary hold Patriots quarterback Mac Jones to only 133 yards passing and the entire New England offense to 163 yards of total offense.

Week 8:

Statline: 9 TKLS, 6 SOLO, 1 TFL

Kenny Moore and the Indianapolis Colts dropped another game Sunday afternoon, this time to the Washington Commanders at home. Kenny Moore himself was great, racking up nine tackles, including six solos and one for a loss as he helped the Colts’ defense hold the Commanders to only 96 yards rushing. Week 9 will take 3-4-1 Indianapolis on the road to the Northeast where they’ll face 4-4 New England. 

Week 7:

Statline: 4 TKLS, 3 SOLO, 1 SACK, 1 TFL, 1 QB HIT

Kenny Moore and the Indianapolis Colts failed to win their third consecutive game Sunday, dropping a divisional contest on the road to the Tennessee Titans, 19-10. Despite the loss, Moore and the defense did everything they could to stop the Titans, holding them to only four field goals on offense with the lone touchdown being a pick-six. Moore had a fantastic day with four tackles, a sack, and a tackle for loss in helping the defense hold Tennessee to only 254 yards of offense. With the Washington Commanders at home in Week 8, Moore and the defense will look to continue being a problem for opposing offenses.

Week 6:

Statline: 2 TKLS, 1 SOLO

Kenny Moore II and the Indianapolis Colts got back into the win column on Sunday afternoon, beating the divisional rival Jacksonville Jaguars 34-27. The Colts moved to 2-3-1 on this year’s campaign by keeping Jaguars’ quarterback Trevor Lawrence humble the entire day. Kenny Moore’s two tackles don’t describe the way he shut down many of the receivers he faced. In fact, Lawrence was held to a mere 165 yards through the air and only one touchdown.  Kenny Moore II once again proved himself to be the shutdown corner he’s built his reputation on. The Colts will visit the Tennessee Titans next Sunday and with them having the fifth-worst passing offense in the NFL, look for Moore to continue having his way with opposing receivers.

Week 5:

Statline: 5 TKLS, 5 SOLO, 1 TFL, 1 PD

In one of the hardest-fought games of the entire season, cornerback Kenny Moore and the Indianapolis Colts defense did everything imaginable to pull out a slim 12-9 victory over the Broncos in Denver on Thursday night. There was very little that Moore didn’t do as he appeared to be involved in nearly every defensive play whether it was making a tackle or keeping very little space between himself and Broncos’ receivers. It would amount to five tackles, all solos, for Moore but he also had a tackle for loss and, in perhaps the biggest defensive play of the game, he knocked the ball out of Denver tight end Andrew Beck’s hands as he was about to catch it in the end zone. With the Colts getting back to .500 at 2-2-1, they have a divisional tilt to look forward to next Sunday at home versus the Jacksonville Jaguars. 

Week 4:

Statline: 5 TKLS, 3 SOLO

The Indianapolis Colts fell to 1-2-1 Sunday afternoon after losing to the Tennessee Titans 24-17. Moore did the best he could to hold off the Titans' offense on his side of the field, racking up five tackles, including three solos. Tennessee running back Derrick Henry created a lot of problems for Indy’s defense, going for 114 yards on the ground along with a score. Moore and the rest of the secondary did their job on the day, however, holding the Titans to 116 yards passing, keeping the Titans scoreless for the entire second half. The Colts will have to turn it around on the road next week as they travel to 2-2 Denver to take on the Broncos and QB Russell Wilson.

Week 3:

Statline: 2 TKLS, 1 PASS DEF

Kenny Moore II and the Indianapolis Colts pulled off a huge upset on Sunday afternoon, defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 20-17 for their first victory. Moore’s two tackles and one pass-defended contributed to Mahomes’ lowest QBR of the season (65.3) as well as his lowest completion percentage (57.1%). Moore and his battery mates will face a tough test on the ground next Sunday when running back Derrick Henry and the Tennessee Titans come to town.

Week 2: 

Statline:  5 TKLS

Kenny Moore was all over the field, as usual, accumulating four solo tackles and one assist. However, Moore and the Colts’ defense were stymied by the Jaguars early on. The Colts will look to bounce back against the Chiefs in Week 3. 

Week 1:

Statline: 7 COMB, 6 SOLO, 1 AST

Team captain and Pro Bowl cornerback Kenny Moore II helped his Indianapolis Colts walk away Sunday with a tie after a long, drawn-out game against the Houston Texans. Moore’s defense helped keep the Texans’ offense at bay, providing seven tackles to a unit that held Houston to 77 yards rushing. He also helped the Colts hold the Texans’ top receiver Brandin Cooks to seven receptions for 82 yards and no touchdowns. Named one of the NFL’s Top 100 Players by his peers, Moore is already off to a solid start for 2022.

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