Jaylon Moore

OL

#76

Experience: R

Height: 6-4

Age: 24

Weight: 311 lbs

College: Western Michigan

2021 SEASON

  • G
    7
  • GS
    3
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Preseason

WK Game Date OPP RESULT G GS
3 08/29/2021 Raiders W 34 - 10 1 0
2 08/22/2021 @Chargers W 15 - 10 1 1
1 08/15/2021 Chiefs L 16 - 19 1 1

Regular Season

WK Game Date OPP RESULT G GS
18 01/09/2022 @Rams W 27 - 24 0 0
17 01/02/2022 Texans W 23 - 7 1 0
16 12/24/2021 @Titans L 17 - 20 0 0
15 12/19/2021 Falcons W 31 - 13 0 0
14 12/12/2021 @Bengals W 26 - 23 0 0
13 12/05/2021 @Seahawks L 23 - 30 0 0
12 11/28/2021 Vikings W 34 - 26 0 0
11 11/21/2021 @Jaguars W 30 - 10 1 1
10 11/16/2021 Rams W 31 - 10 1 1
9 11/07/2021 Cardinals L 17 - 31 1 0
8 10/31/2021 @Bears W 33 - 22 0 0
7 10/25/2021 Colts L 18 - 30 1 1
5 10/10/2021 @Cardinals L 10 - 17 0 0
4 10/03/2021 Seahawks L 21 - 28 1 0
3 09/27/2021 Packers L 28 - 30 0 0
2 09/19/2021 @Eagles W 17 - 11 0 0
1 09/12/2021 @Lions W 41 - 33 1 0

Post Season

WK Game Date OPP RESULT G GS
1 01/16/2022 @Cowboys W 23 - 17 0 0

Biography

COLLEGE

Appeared in 36 games (26 starts) in five years (2016-20) at Western Michigan. Played in all 6 games as a redshirt senior in 2020 and blocked for a WMU offense that ranked fourth in the MAC in yds. per game (479.7). Started all 13 games in 2019 and helped the Broncos finish with a top-three MAC ranking in total offensive yds. per game (445.7). Started all 13 games in 2018 and was part of an offensive line that allowed the 2nd-fewest sacks allowed per game (1.54 avg.) in the MAC. Appeared in 5 games in 2017 as a redshirt freshman. Did not see game action in 2016.

PERSONAL

  • Attended Consortium College Prep (Detroit, MI) where he played on the offensive and defensive line, as well as tight end.
  • Son of Latisha Price and James Moore.
  • Majored in finance at Western Michigan.
  • Born Jaylon Moore (1/9/98) in Detroit, MI. 

MOORE'S GOLDEN NUGGETS

  • Gained 25 pounds his senior season at Consortium College Prep (Detroit, MI) to transition from tight end to the offensive line. Under then-head coach P.J. Fleck, he made the transition to offensive line his senior year, leaving his impression on Fleck as a "hidden gem."
  • Michigan football is in his family, as cousin Timothy Ford was a member of the Siena Heights University football program.
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