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Posted: 7/9/2019 12:19pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton does have a grand opportunity before him, as Emmanuel Sanders is unlikely to return to form until perhaps late in 2018 due to his Achilles injury. The second-year wideout's ability to high-point the ball and use his size downfield makes him a good fit for Flacco and his strong arm. It's just a matter of Sutton doing things such as improving his ability to gain yards after the catch this offseason. He stands a great chance of becoming a top-20 fantasy receiver if he stays healthy.
Posted: 6/27/2019 11:35pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton had a nice rookie campaign, posting a 42-704-4 line, but he definitely has the size (6-foot-3, 218 pounds) to do more damage in the red zone, and there's little doubt that Flacco is among the more willing passers out there when it comes to letting his receivers go up and make a play. Sutton remains a WR4 for the time being, but his upside is tempting.
Posted: 5/24/2019 6:54pm ET
Huddle Up: It sounds like Sutton is putting in the work, and while he was a bit of a disappointment after Emmanuel Sanders was injured last season, he still has a chance to emerge as Denver's top receiver. He's a WR4 with upside entering 2019.
Posted: 3/16/2019 5:37pm ET
Huddle Up: A lot was expected out of Sutton after Emmanuel Sanders went down late last season, but he didn't see a jump in production. He will now have Joe Flacco throwing him the ball, which doesn't exactly move the needle either. Sutton enters 2019 in the WR3/WR4 range.
Posted: 12/30/2018 6:47pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton had a solid rookie campaign, but he did struggle a bit down the stretch as the No. 1 option after Emmanuel Sanders suffered an injury. Still, his long-term upside remains promising, and Sutton can be a WR4 with upside in 2019.
Posted: 12/25/2018 2:29am ET
Huddle Up: Now this is what fantasy owners were anticipating on a weekly basis when Emmanuel Sanders went down for the year, as Sutton cashed in on a weak Oakland pass defense. The rookie wide-out has outstanding potential and in the meantime, he'll continue to serve as a WR2 option in Week 17.
Posted: 12/22/2018 10:40am ET
Huddle Up: Sutton has been targeted at least six times in three of the last four games but has also been held to under 50 yards in three of those games. He should have a favorable matchup this week and can be a No. 3 receiver or flex option for owners.
Posted: 12/20/2018 5:01pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton hasn't quite lived up to the hype since taking over as the club's No. 1 receiver with Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders no longer in play. Even so, he can still be a potentially useful WR3 this week, drawing one of the league's worst pass defenses in Week 16. Nobody has surrendered more passing touchdowns this season than the Raiders.
Posted: 12/15/2018 8:34pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton hasn't made the big impact many expected when Emmanuel Sanders was lost for the year. He remains a great asset in dynasty formats, but you should be able to find a more reliable option for the final weeks of this season.
Posted: 12/13/2018 12:07pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton is coming off a disappointing Week 14 performance but will continue to be the main option in the team's passing game. He has a chance to be a No. 3 receiver for owners this week.
Posted: 12/12/2018 2:18pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton didn't practice Wednesday, so it's a step in the right direction. The team is likely being very careful with the de facto No. 1 receiver since Emmanuel Sanders is no longer available. Check back Thursday when the official injury designation for Denver's game will be revealed. He can be a nice WR4 or flex fantasy option this week.
Posted: 12/11/2018 1:00pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton disappointed last week after taking over the Broncos' No. 1 wide receiver position. If Denzel Ward can't play this week for the Cleveland Browns then Sutton will have a good chance to redeem himself. Put him in starting lineups as a WR3 at worst.
Posted: 12/9/2018 8:00pm ET
Huddle Up: The injury could help to explain Sutton's disappointing performance, and it is something to monitor going forward. If he happens to miss time, Tim Patrick and DaeSean Hamilton could both have flex potential.
Posted: 12/9/2018 7:35pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton appeared poised for a big performance with Emmanuel Sanders out of the picture, but he was basically a non-factor. He still possesses enough upside to roll out as a WR3, but fantasy owners may need to temper expectations.
Posted: 12/7/2018 9:02pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton had four catches for 85 yards and a touchdown last week, and with Emmanuel Sanders now out of action, Sutton should see even more looks. Throw in the friendly matchup, and WR2 production isn't out of the question.
Posted: 12/7/2018 1:50pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton likely will be the main option in the passing game for the Broncos with Emmanuel Sanders out for the season. He should have a favorable matchup this week and can be at least a No. 3 receiver in fantasy leagues.
Posted: 12/6/2018 3:23pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton's health should not be a concern heading into Week 14. In fact, his owners should only be excited, as Sutton is looking at a heavy workload in light of Emmanuel Sanders' unfortunate season-ending injury. It's more than possible he flirts with WR2 value down the stretch.
Posted: 12/5/2018 3:36pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton is coming off of his finest game of the season, going for four grabs, 85 yards and a touchdown in Cincinnati. If he is able to play in Week 14 he will be a sleeper WR3 or flex fantasy option. He is starting to develop a nice rapport with Case Keenum, filling the void of the departed Demaryius Thomas rather nicely.
Posted: 12/2/2018 2:30pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton had the most productive outing of his career, and it might be the first of many. The team felt confident jettisoning Demaryius Thomas to clear room for Sutton and that decision is starting to bear fruit. He is worth a look as a WR4 heading into Week 14 against the San Francisco 49ers.
Posted: 11/25/2018 11:59pm ET
Huddle Up: It's been three games since Demaryius Thomas was traded and opened up a spot for Sutton, but his involvement in the offense hasn't changed all that much and the touchdowns have disappeared. With that said, he'll have a chance to get right in Week 13 against the Cincinnati Bengals defense that just gave up four touchdowns to Baker Mayfield and is among the worst in football. He'll be a WR3 with WR2 upside in that contest.
Posted: 11/18/2018 7:37pm ET
Huddle Up: The sample size is small, but Sutton is showing big-play ability, averaging nearly 20 yards per reception. Now that he has a featured role in the offense, he could be worth taking a chance on as a flex option.
Posted: 11/4/2018 7:05pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton finished second on the team in receiving yards in the first game since the Demaryius Thomas trade, and he should at least be a solid flex play the rest of the way in his expanded role.
Posted: 10/30/2018 10:38am ET
Huddle Up: Sutton, a second-round rookie out of SMU, has already played at least 53 percent of the team's offensive snaps in every game this season, but he hasn't topped six targets in any one contest so far. That should change immediately for the 6-3, 220-pound Sutton, who's been coming on strong with TD receptions in two of his last four outings.
Posted: 10/28/2018 2:38pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton's yardage total was also a career best. He has managed 19.3 or more yards per reception in each of his past three outings. He could eventually be more of a downfield threat and fantasy presence, but he needs more touches. That likely isn't going to happen as long as Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas are still around, so his fantasy ceiling is rather limited.
Posted: 10/7/2018 4:12pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton's yardage total was nothing to write home about, but he has managed at least six targets in back-to-back weeks, and three of his past four games. He is slowly grabbing a larger role in the offense, but he still has work to do before he is relevant in fantasy leagues outside of the very deepest of formats. The Broncos host the Rams in Week 6.
Posted: 10/1/2018 9:00pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton did all right in this one, and he nearly provided the late heroics in the fourth quarter. He appeared to have a first-down catch late, and then tried the hook and ladder play to keep the chains moving. The play was reviewed and it was determined the pass was incomplete. Either way, it did not matter, as it was fourth down and the Chiefs were going to get the ball. Sutton has some upside, but he is only WR6 fantasy material at this point. The Broncos meet the Jets in Week 5.
Posted: 9/2/2018 7:25pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton has already earned a spot in three-receiver sets, and if anything happens to Demaryius Thomas or Emmanuel Sanders, he could vault into flex territory. Grab him as a WR5 with upside in redraft leagues and draft him aggressively in dynasty formats.
Posted: 8/24/2018 8:24pm ET
Huddle Up: Sutton has drawn praise throughout the offseason, and he could be worth stashing as a WR5 in case Demaryius Thomas or Emmanuel Sanders miss time. He's a borderline first-round option in rookie drafts.
Posted: 8/15/2018 10:55am ET
Huddle Up: No need to panic for the impressive rookie. Sutton has already made an impression with his performance during training camp. He's the Broncos' No. 3 wide receiver and will have WR2 to WR3 upside if either Demaryius Thomas or Emmanuel Sanders are injured.
Posted: 8/5/2018 9:02pm ET
Huddle Up: By all accounts, Sutton has already locked up the No. 3 receiver job and has done nothing but impress during camp. He's a first-round pick in rookie drafts and a late-round option with upside in redraft leagues.
Posted: 8/3/2018 10:02am ET
Huddle Up: It means Sutton is beating out DaeSean Hamilton among others and could have a very prominent role as a red zone option as a rookie while potentially serving as the top reserve behind Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders. Sutton may not be on the redraft radar quite yet, but he certainly would be if Thomas or Sanders were to miss time due to injury.
Posted: 8/2/2018 8:53am ET
Huddle Up: The second-round pick is a big target at 6-foot-4, 216 pounds. He's certainly one to watch as camp progresses and someone that enters the WR5 mix in fantasy.
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