Notes: With three straight top 5 finishes in both PPR and standard formats, and Peyton Manning likely back under center, the 27-year-old Thomas is one of the “sure things” at the receiver position. He got off to a slow start in 2014, averaging just 4.3-47-.33 (11.0 PPR FP) in the first three games, but caught fire after his team’s bye, posting 7.5-114-.77 (23.5 PPR FP) over the final 13 weeks. He may enter the season without a new contract, but should be motivated to perform.
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Friday, June 19, 2015, 3:56pm
Allen Robinson is by far the Jaguars’ No. 1 receiver.
A quick canvas of the league revealed 10 No. 1-caliber receivers: Calvin Johnson, Julio Jones, Alshon Jeffrey, A.J. Green, Dez Bryant, DeMaryius Thomas, Jordy Nelson, T.Y. Hilton, Odell Beckham and Antonio Brown.
Robinson, the Jaguars’ second-year receiver, is below that level, but on this team at this moment, he’s the best.
Robinson averaged 5.2 catches for 61 yards and 0.22 TD from Week 2 to Week 10, which extrapolates to an 84-974-3.6 over the course of a full 16-game season. He posted fringe WR2-type numbers before suffering a stress fracture in his foot. The Jacksonville receiving corps should feature Robinson, Marqise Lee and Allen Hurns. If QB Blake Bortles can progress, this could be a dangerous passing game, and Robinson would be the primary beneficiary.
Posted by Scot Berggren
Friday, January 9, 2015 - 11:07am
Divisional Round – Demaryius Thomas vs. Indianapolis Colts
For the tenth time this season, Demaryius Thomas eclipsed the century mark in the win over Oakland two weeks ago. Demaryius set the franchise record with 1,619 receiving yards and scored 11 times in ’14. Even with the Broncos using more of a balanced attack, Thomas hasn’t slowed down. While he was held to four grabs for 48 yards in the Week 1 win over Indy, he is a great option this week.