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Tim Patrick hauled in 5-of-8 targets to lead the Broncos in receiving yards (65) for the second straight week in Denver's Week 15 loss to the Browns.

With All-World talent Denzel Ward unavailable to take away Patrick on the outside, the second-year UDFA again buoyed Emmanuel Sanders' (torn ACL, IR) absence into a team-high 65 receiving yards. Fourth-round rookie DaeSean Hamilton led the team in targets (12). Although he's done so at the expense of Courtland Sutton's ongoing thigh injury, Patrick has arguable carved out a role as the team's leading downfield receiver moving forward. He'll be a boom-or-bust WR4/flex in Week 16 against Oakland's secondary.
Dec 16 - 12:42 AM

Courtland Sutton sealed 5-of-6 targets for 42 yards in the Broncos' Week 15 loss to the Browns.

Sutton was limited in Week 14 with a thigh injury and noticeably came up limping on a downfield target that missed against the Browns. The fact remains that he's still only scored once since Demaryius Thomas was sent packing and has yet to surpass 90 yards in any game this year. His 11 total targets the past two weeks are also third on the team behind DaeSean Hamilton's 20 and Tim Patrick's 18. Sutton's athleticism is extremely enticing, but it's finally time we admit that he may not turn that into viable WR2 production until 2019. He'll again be a low-floor boom-or-bust WR3/flex against the Raiders in Week 16.
Dec 16 - 12:33 AM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Marquise Goodwin (calf) will play Week 15 against the Seahawks.

There was some concern after Goodwin was a late addition to the injury report on Thursday, but a limited practice Friday put him on track. While he will be active, Goodwin has been jumped on the depth chart by Dante Pettis. He is not a viable fantasy option.
Dec 16 - 12:13 AM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Matt Breida (ankle) is expected to play Week 15 against the Seahawks.

It is not a surprise after he got in three limited practices this week. Breida's return creates a headache in a 49ers backfield which was dominated by Jeff Wilson the last two weeks. It is possible Wilson keeps a role even with Breida back, making both risky options against Seattle. If forced to choose, Breida is the best bet.
Dec 16 - 12:12 AM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Dante Pettis (foot) will play Week 15 against the Seahawks.

There seemed to be some genuine concern about Pettis, but he is good to go. Working as the No. 1 receiver, Pettis has been on fire as of late, catching four touchdowns in his last three games including a 5-129-2 line in Seattle two weeks ago. He is a solid WR3 play with upside.
Dec 16 - 12:11 AM

Baker Mayfield completed 18-of-31 passes for 188 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception in the Browns' Week 15 victory over the Broncos.

It initially looked as if Baker was going to roll on Denver's defense, finishing the team's first possession with a 31-yard grenade to journeyman Breshad Perriman in the end zone. The Broncos put the clamps on after, hitting and keeping Mayfield in check for the rest of the evening. All things considered Mayfield and the Browns were fortunate to escape this potential letdown spot on the road with a win. Cleveland and Mayfield have flashed real poise, though, and now find themselves in a must-win pivotal divisional matchup with a potential playoff berth at stake against the Bengals in Week 16. Mayfield will be a top-10 play at his position.
Dec 16 - 12:10 AM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Chris Ivory (shoulder) is a game-time decision for Week 15 against the Lions.

With LeSean McCoy (hamstring) reportedly unlikely to play, Ivory's status is suddenly important. Even if he goes, Ivory will only be a desperation fantasy option with an offensive line McCoy has struggled to produce behind. If Ivory sits, the Bills will turn to some combination of Marcus Murphy and undrafted rookie Keith Ford with Isaiah McKenzie likely getting a handful of carries as well.
Dec 16 - 12:09 AM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports LeSean McCoy (hamstring) is not expected to play Week 15 against the Lions.

It is a surprise after he got in limited practices on Thursday and Friday. With Chris Ivory (shoulder) a game-time decision, the Bills may have to turn to Marcus Murphy and undrafted rookie Keith Ford in the backfield. If that happens, it is likely gadget player Isaiah McKenzie sees a handful of carries as well. This is a situation to avoid in the semifinals.
Dec 16 - 12:08 AM
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