If you’ve made it this far in the fantasy football season, you probably don’t need a lot of help. Stick to players in the thick of playoff races. Players on teams with nothing to play for can be highly unreliable.
The downshifting of Denver’s high-octane offense doesn’t mean the Broncos won’t “put our foot on the gas and throw it 50 times,” insists coach John Fox.
The Broncos won their third straight game since downshifting their high-octane offense from a pass-oriented attack to a run-heavy approach.
These Denver Broncos aren’t as slick as last year’s high-flying, record-breaking bunch, the one that was stopped cold in the Super Bowl.
Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas, whose 12 TD catches lead the league, is active for the first time in three weeks.
Demaryius Thomas says he’d take a hometown discount to stay in Denver.
Will Demaryius Thomas, who tweaked his ankle in practice on Thursday, play Sunday when the Denver Broncos host the Buffalo Bills? “Absolutely. He’s OK,” Broncos safety Moore said on Thursday Night Blitz.
The Denver Broncos haven’t missed tight end Julius Thomas – until they reach the red zone.
The Denver Broncos offense may be currently clicking on all cylinders, but they are running into a truly talented team on Sunday. When the Buffalo Bills come to town, their dominant defense could take away the ball and steal the show.
Plenty of former Broncos players have crossed the line from player to analyst on both the national and local level. So who’s next when his playing days are complete?