Kellen Moore

Kellen Christopher Moore (born July 5, 1988) is an American football coach and former quarterback. He is the current offensive coordinator of the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL). He played six seasons in the NFL for the Cowboys and Detroit Lions. He played college football at Boise State. Moore has the all-time record for wins by a starting quarterback in NCAA Division I FBS with a 50–3 (.943) record. As a junior, he finished fourth in the balloting for the 2010 Heisman Trophy.

Kellen Moore
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Kellen Moore with the Detroit Lions in 2012
Dallas Cowboys
Position:Offensive coordinator
Personal information
Born:July 5, 1988 (age 30)
Prosser, Washington
Height:6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight:200 lb (91 kg)
Career information
High school:Prosser (WA)
College:Boise State
Career history
As player:
As coach:
  • Dallas Cowboys (2018)
    Quarterbacks coach
  • Dallas Cowboys (2019–present)
    Offensive coordinator
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Passing completions:61
Passing attempts:104
completion percentage:58.7
Passing yards:779
Passer rating:71.0
Player stats at
Player stats at PFR

Early life

Kellen Christopher Moore was born on July 5, 1988, in Prosser, Washington. His father, Tom, was the head coach at Prosser High School from 1986 to 2008,[1] winning 21 league titles and four state championships. Everyday during football season, he and younger brother, Kirby, who also played at Boise State as a wide receiver, went from the elementary school to their dad's football practice. As his father remembered in a 2011 interview, "He'd always have a little notepad with him. He was always drawing plays." In his final two years of high school, his father let him call his own plays.[2]

According to his mother, Moore "grew fast, and then he didn't grow again" — he was 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) as a high school sophomore, nearly his adult height.[2] His lack of height proved no obstacle to success at Prosser High. Moore was named the Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Washington.[3] He lettered in football and basketball three times each and was named Velocity/Prep Star All-American and First-team All-state, and Division 2A MVP by the Seattle Times. He earned league player of the year honors as well as First-team All-league recognition as a sophomore, junior and senior. He was also Third-team All-state selection as a junior.

He set Washington state career records for completions (787) and touchdown passes (173). He also set state single-season records for completions (317 as a junior), yards (4,600 as a junior) and touchdown passes (67 as a senior).

He finished his career completing 787 of 1,195 passes (.659) for 11,367 yards and 173 touchdowns with 34 interceptions. He led Prosser to a 12–1 record in 2006 as a senior and a spot in the state semifinals, in a loss to the Centralia Tigers that included two interceptions. As a junior, he completed 317-of-479 passes (66.2 percent) for 4,600 yards and 66 touchdowns with 15 interceptions. The year before, as a sophomore, he completed 179-of-308 passes (58.1-percent) for 2,442 yards and 39 touchdowns with 11 interceptions.

Moore's teammates at Boise State included his younger brother Kirby and childhood friend Cory Yriarte, a center for the Broncos. Kirby currently holds the national high school record for career touchdown receptions, with 95.[2]

College career


During the 2007 season, Moore was redshirted.


As a redshirt freshman in 2008, Moore led the Broncos to an undefeated regular season and the WAC championship while throwing 25 touchdowns and 9 interceptions in 12 games. In the final game of 2008, Boise State lost to Texas Christian University (TCU) in the 2008 Poinsettia Bowl, the first of two consecutive bowl meetings for the non-Automatic Qualifying rivals.[4] He was named WAC Freshman of the Year and Second-team All-conference after a spectacular first season, guiding Boise State to 12–1 record and was named Boise State's Most Valuable Offensive Player by vote of teammates. He was named to Phil Steele Publications' Second team All-WAC and also voted to the Football Writers Association of America's freshman All-America team.

He ranked 12th in nation in passing efficiency and 24th in total offense, averaging 265.85 yards per game and was first in WAC in passing efficiency (157.1) and second in total offense (265.8) and average passing yards per game (268.2). He completed 281 of 405 passes for 3,486 yards with 25 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.


In January 2009, Moore was ranked as the 37th best returning player in college football by College Football News.[5]

Moore threw for a school record 39 touchdowns with only 3 interceptions to lead the Broncos to a 14–0 record, another WAC title, and an at large bid to the Fiesta Bowl vs. undefeated #4 ranked TCU. The 2009 Fiesta Bowl was highly controversial due to the decision to pit the two non-Automatic Qualifying schools against each other instead of having them face Automatic Qualifying teams. The BCS was criticized for the perception that the risk of both, or either, team defeating a "power conference" team was too great, and that the BCS had TCU and BSU face each other so that the damage of their participation would be minimized. He finished the 2009 regular season with the highest passer efficiency rating in Division I-A with a rating of 167.3. In his first two years as a starting quarterback, Moore did not lose a regular season game.

Moore started against widely favored TCU and played the entire game. He had no interceptions, fumbles, or muffed snaps. He led the team on a 4th quarter 78-yard touchdown scoring drive to take the lead for good and win the game 17–10.

He was named First-team All-American by, a subsidiary of CBS Sports. He was named one of ten finalists for the Manning Award.[6] He was also First-team All-WAC and the WAC Offensive Player of the Year in 2009 and finished 7th in Heisman voting for 2009.


Kellen Moore at Boise State in 2010

Moore led the Broncos to a 33–30 victory over Virginia Tech on September 6, 2010. The game was highly anticipated and received a 6.8 TV rating, nearly twice that of the next most watched game. Moore contributed 3 passing touchdowns in the game with a final game-winning strike to Austin Pettis with 1:14 remaining in the game. As a result of the victory, Boise State received 8 first place votes in the week 2 AP Poll, and it moved up to third in the Coaches' Poll.[7][8] Moore was also mentioned by major sports media as a top candidate for the 2010 Heisman Trophy.[9] After finishing the season with 3,506 yards, 33 TDs and only 5 INTs, Moore was named a finalist for the Heisman Trophy and was invited to the ceremony in New York City to become the first ever Boise State player to be a Heisman finalist. Moore finished fourth in Heisman voting.[10] Moore was also a finalist for the Davey O'Brien Award, the Maxwell Award, and the Manning Award (all won by Cam Newton). Moore was named the Touchdown Club of Columbus Quarterback of the Year. Boise State was invited to the 2010 Maaco Bowl Las Vegas, where they defeated Utah 26–3.


On March 28, 2011, the Sporting News named Moore as the #1 player in their annual list of the top 25 players in the nation.[11] He was ranked ahead of Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck and Oregon running back LaMichael James who both finished ahead of Moore in the 2010 Heisman voting. He only needed 8 wins during the 2011 season to pass Colt McCoy for most wins by a quarterback in NCAA history. He threw his 100th touchdown pass against Georgia during week one. Following an opening season win against Georgia in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game, Moore was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated, distributed only in the west.

With the Broncos defeat of Air Force on October 22, he tied former Texas quarterback Colt McCoy for the career wins record with 45 wins. On November 5, the Broncos defeated UNLV and Moore broke the record to become the FBS leader in career wins for a starting quarterback at 46. A perfect season, however, was spoiled again by a 36–35 loss to Nevada.

He was one of three finalists for the Maxwell Award along with Andrew Luck and Trent Richardson (won by Luck). For the second year in a row, he was named the Touchdown Club of Columbus Quarterback of the Year and it was announced that beginning in 2012 the award will be known as the Kellen Moore Award. He currently is first in the FBS in completion percentage. With the Broncos' 56–24 win over Arizona State in the 2011 Maaco Bowl Las Vegas, Moore became the first quarterback in FBS history to win 50 games in his career.

College career statistics

Year Cmp Att Pct Yds Y/A TD Int Lng Rtg
2008 281 405 69.4 3,486 8.6 25 10 80 157.1
2009 277 431 64.3 3,536 8.2 39 3 67 161.7
2010 273 383 71.3 3,845 10.0 36 6 83 182.6
2011 326 439 74.3 3,800 8.7 43 9 71 175.2

Professional career

Despite his success in college, many analysts have doubted Moore's professional potential, especially his relatively small stature at slightly shorter than 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m),[12] as well as doubts about arm strength and mobility. He was projected as a late draft pick or priority free agent.[13]

Detroit Lions

He was not selected in the 2012 NFL Draft, but was signed immediately post-draft by the Detroit Lions.[14] Upon being signed by Detroit, Moore stated, "I don't think there will probably be a more motivated quarterback."[15] While some within the media voiced an opinion that Moore should unseat the newly signed Dan Orlovsky as the Lions primary backup during the 2014 season,[16][17][18][19][20] Lions head coach Jim Caldwell decided Orlovsky would remain the incumbent. On February 21, 2014, it was announced the Lions would not place a restricted free agent tender offer on Moore, allowing him to explore other NFL options. Despite not tendering an offer, Lions General Manager Martin Mayhew expressed an interest in bringing Moore back for the 2015 season.[21] On March 6, 2015, the Lions signed Moore to a two-year contract worth $1.825 million.[22] On September 5, 2015, following the team's preseason, Moore failed to make the initial 53-player roster and was released during the team's final cuts of training camp.[23]

Dallas Cowboys

On September 6, 2015, Moore was signed by the Dallas Cowboys to the team's practice squad, reuniting with former Lions offensive coordinator Scott Linehan.[24] After Tony Romo first fractured his left collarbone, he was promoted to the active roster to serve as Brandon Weeden's backup on September 23.[25] He was the team's backup for two games, until the Cowboys acquired quarterback Matt Cassel. On November 10, he was waived and re-signed 2 days later to the practice squad.

After Romo suffered a second fracture of the collarbone on a Thanksgiving loss against the Carolina Panthers, Moore was promoted to the active roster on December 2, to serve as Cassel's backup.[26] During Romo's absence, the Cowboys tried relying on backup quarterbacks Weeden (0–3) and Cassel (1–6), but weren't successful.

On December 19, Moore played in his first career regular season game against the New York Jets, replacing an ineffective Cassel. Moore's second career NFL pass was intercepted by Marcus Gilchrist.[27] On the next drive, Moore threw his first career touchdown, connecting with Dez Bryant.[28] He was intercepted two more times in the second half, including once in the end zone, when the Cowboys had a chance to go ahead 17–9 in the third quarter.

The loss against the Jets officially eliminated the Cowboys from playoff contention, so the organization decided to use the last two games to audition Moore. His first career start came the following week against the Buffalo Bills, completing 13 of 31 passes and throwing a third quarter interception to AJ Tarpley as the Cowboys lost 16–6.

In his first home start, playing against the Washington Redskins, he threw for 435 yards, 3 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions in a 34–23 loss. He became the fifth quarterback in team history to throw for 400 or more yards in a single-game and also passed for the sixth-most yards in team history for a single-game.

In 2016, he suffered a fractured fibula on his right leg during a training camp practice on August 2 and was placed on injured reserve on August 30.[29]

On March 20, 2017, Moore re-signed with the Cowboys.[30] He was released by the Cowboys on September 2, 2017, but was re-signed on September 5, 2017.[31][32] He was released on October 26, 2017 and re-signed to the practice squad.[33] As of the 2017 season, he was the only left-handed quarterback in the NFL.[34][35]


Year Team GP GS Passing Rushing
Cmp Att Pct Yds Y/A TD Int Rtg Att Yds Avg TD
2015 DAL 3 2 61 104 58.7 779 7.5 4 6 71.0 2 -1 -0.5 0


Coaching career

In 2018, Moore retired from the NFL and became the Cowboys' quarterbacks coach after the Cowboys decided not to bring back coach Wade Wilson. On January 31, 2019, the Cowboys officially announced Moore would be promoted to offensive coordinator.[37]

See also


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  2. ^ a b c Murphy, Austin (October 24, 2011). "Moore With Less". Sports Illustrated. Retrieved October 19, 2011.
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  4. ^ Kellen Moore. profile (January 2, 2011). Retrieved on 2012-04-26.
  5. ^ 100 Best Returning Players Of 2009 College Football News, January 16, 2009
  6. ^ "Allstate Sugar Bowl Announces Manning Award Finalists". November 30, 2009. Retrieved September 7, 2015.
  7. ^ Solomon, Jon (September 8, 2010). "Birmingham draws highest TV rating for Boise State-Virginia Tech". Birmingham News. Retrieved September 7, 2015.
  8. ^ (8) Boise St. at (21) Virginia Tech., September 7, 2010. Retrieved on April 26, 2012.
  9. ^ Nowkhah, Dari (November 7, 2010). "2010 Heisman Watch: Who is Newton's biggest competition?". ESPN College Football. Archived from the original on November 8, 2010. Retrieved September 7, 2015.
  10. ^ "Newton Adds Heisman To Stack Of Awards". CollegeFootballPoll. December 11, 2010. Retrieved December 20, 2015.
  11. ^ Hayes, Matt (March 28, 2011). "Kellen Moore tops Sporting News' annual Spring 25". Retrieved September 7, 2015.
  12. ^ Huguenin, Mike (April 30, 2012). "Prolific QBs headline our 2012 All-Undrafted Team". Yahoo! Sports.
  13. ^ "2012 DRAFT SCOUT QB PROBE". Retrieved April 26, 2012.
  14. ^ Rapoport, Ian (April 28, 2012). "Boise State QB Kellen Moore to sign with Detroit Lions". Retrieved April 29, 2012.
  15. ^ "Kellen Moore frustrated at not being drafted, but more motivated to prove himself". The Seattle Times. April 30, 2012. Retrieved September 7, 2015.
  16. ^ Meinke, Kyle (August 29, 2014). "Kellen Moore outplays Dan Orlovsky in preseason, but that might not be enough to make Detroit Lions". Retrieved September 7, 2015.
  17. ^ Risdon, Jeff (August 10, 2014). "Kellen Moore States His Case to Become Lions Backup Quarterback". Retrieved September 7, 2015.
  18. ^ Rothstein, Michael (August 30, 2014). "Detroit Lions cut-down analysis". ESPN. Retrieved September 7, 2015.
  19. ^ Reisman, Jeremy (August 29, 2014). "Has Kellen Moore done enough to win a roster spot?". Retrieved September 7, 2015.
  20. ^ Foster, Terry (August 29, 2014). "Kellen Moore has shown he should be Lions' backup quarterback". The Detroit News. Archived from the original on August 30, 2014. Retrieved September 7, 2015.
  21. ^ Katzenstein, Josh (February 21, 2015). "Lions will tender Johnson, not Moore or Bynes". The Detroit News. Retrieved September 7, 2015.
  22. ^ Twentyman, Tim (March 6, 2015). "Lions sign QB Kellen Moore to two-year deal". Detroit Lions. Retrieved March 6, 2015.
  23. ^ Rothstein, Michael (September 5, 2015). "Source: Lions cut Kellen Moore, Joseph Fauria". ESPN. Retrieved September 7, 2015.
  24. ^ Smith, Michael David (September 7, 2015). "Kellen Moore signs with Cowboys' practice squad". NBC Sports. Retrieved September 7, 2015.
  25. ^ Helman, David (September 23, 2015). "Cowboys Promote Kellen Moore To Active Roster, Sign Efe Obada To Practice Squad". Retrieved September 30, 2015.
  26. ^ "Cowboys elevate Kellen Moore from practice squad". Retrieved December 3, 2015.
  27. ^ "Kellen Moore enters game, throws pick". NBC Sports. Retrieved December 19, 2015.
  28. ^ "Backup quarterback Kellen Moore replaces Matt Cassel as Cowboys lead Jets after 3 quarters". star-telegram. Retrieved December 20, 2015.
  29. ^ "Cowboys backup QB Kellen Moore breaks right fibula". Retrieved August 28, 2016.
  30. ^ Phillips, Rob (March 20, 2017). "Cowboys Address Their Backup Quarterback Depth, Re-sign Kellen Moore".
  31. ^ Phillips, Rob (September 2, 2017). "Cowboys Make 38 Moves, One Trade To Reach 53; Kellen Moore Released".
  32. ^ Phillips, Rob (September 5, 2017). "Cowboys Re-Sign Kellen Moore; Backup QB Roles For Week 1 Still Unsettled".
  33. ^ Phillips, Rob (October 26, 2017). "Cowboys Release QB Kellen Moore, Sign TE Blake Jarwin Off Practice Squad".
  34. ^ "More dark times ahead for fans of lefty quarterbacks". Retrieved February 14, 2017.
  35. ^ "Why are there no lefty quarterbacks in the NFL?". Retrieved August 14, 2018.
  36. ^ "Kellen Moore". Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved September 4, 2016.
  37. ^

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2009 Boise State Broncos football team

The 2009 Boise State Broncos football team represented Boise State University in the 2009 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Broncos played their home games at Bronco Stadium, most famous for its blue artificial turf surface, often referred to as the "smurf-turf". They completed the regular season undefeated (13–0), their second consecutive unbeaten regular season and fourth in the last six years (2004, 2006, 2008, 2009), and won the WAC title for the seventh time in the last eight years. The Broncos capped their season with a showdown against fellow unbeaten TCU in the 2010 Fiesta Bowl, which marked the Broncos' return to the site of the game that put the program on the national sports map, the 2007 Fiesta Bowl. With their 17–10 win, the Broncos avenged a loss to the Horned Frogs in the previous season's Poinsettia Bowl, and became only the second team in Division I FBS history to finish a season 14–0, after Ohio State in 2002 (Alabama became the third team to go 14–0 just three days after the Fiesta Bowl). The Broncos finished ranked #4 in the Associated Press and USA Today coaches poll for their highest ranking in school history to finish a season.

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By winning seven games, the Vandals achieved a winning record for the first time since 1999 and were bowl eligible for the first time since 1998. The Vandals won six of their first seven games in 2009, but lost four of five WAC games to finish 7–5 in the regular season and placed fourth (4–4) in the nine-team WAC.

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2010 Western Athletic Conference football season

The 2010 Western Athletic Conference (WAC) football season was a NCAA football season played from September 2, 2010 – January 9, 2011. The Western Athletic Conference in 2010 consisted of 9 members: Boise State, Fresno State, Hawaiʻi, Idaho, Louisiana Tech, Nevada, New Mexico State, San Jose State, and Utah State.

Boise State, Hawaiʻi, and Nevada all went 7–1 in conference play to share the WAC title. All three teams finished the regular season ranked in the top 25 of all four major polls. Boise State (12–1) was invited to the Maaco Bowl Las Vegas where they defeated Utah 26–3. Hawaiʻi (10–4) was invited to the Hawaiʻi Bowl where they lost to Tulsa 35–62. Nevada (13–1) was invited to the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl where they defeated Boston College 20–13. The only other WAC team to be bowl eligible was Fresno State (8–5), and they were invited to the Humanitarian Bowl where they lost to Northern Illinois 17–40.

This was Boise State's final season as a WAC member. Amid a realignment of NCAA conferences, the school announced on June 11, 2010 that it would leave the WAC for the Mountain West Conference effective July 1, 2011.

2011 Boise State Broncos football team

The 2011 Boise State Broncos football team represented Boise State University in the 2011 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Broncos were led by head coach Chris Petersen, winner of the 2010 Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year Award, and played their home games at Bronco Stadium. This season was Boise State's first in the Mountain West Conference after spending the previous ten years in the Western Athletic Conference. They finished the season 12–1, 6–1 Mountain West play to finish in second place. They were invited the Maaco Bowl Las Vegas for the second consecutive year where they defeated Arizona State 56–24.

Between 2008 and 2011, the Broncos went 50–3 to become the first team in FBS history to win 50 games in four years. With the 50–3 record, quarterback Kellen Moore set a new record for the most wins by a starting quarterback in FBS history, passing former Texas quarterback Colt McCoy (45 wins).

2011 Maaco Bowl Las Vegas

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The game, televised on ESPN, was between the Boise State Broncos from the Mountain West Conference and the Arizona State Sun Devils from the Pac-12 Conference.

2011 Mountain West Conference football season

The 2011 Mountain West Conference football season was the 13th season of college football for the Mountain West Conference (MW). Eight teams participated in that season: Air Force, Colorado State, New Mexico, San Diego State, TCU, UNLV, Wyoming and new member Boise State.

This was the first year the MW was without founding members Utah and BYU, which respectively left for the Pac-12 Conference and FBS independent status, with BYU's other sports joining the West Coast Conference. In response to their departure, the conference added Boise State for this season, and would eventually add Fresno State, Hawaiʻi (football only; other sports joined the Big West Conference), and Nevada for the 2012 season.

This was also the last year for TCU as an MW member. The Horned Frogs were originally set to become a member of the Big East Conference in the 2012 season. However, on October 10, they accepted a bid to join the Big 12 Conference.

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Since 1968, seasons have increased from 10 games to 11 and then 12 games in length.

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Tyler Shoemaker

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