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Monday, January 14, 2019, 9:47am
Best rookie: The Broncos had plenty of candidates here, including Bradley Chubb (first round) and wide receiver Courtland Sutton (second round) -- they were 1-2 among Denver's rookies as each played more than 800 snaps this season -- but undrafted rookie running back Phillip Lindsay is the pick. Lindsay, who missed the finale after wrist surgery, finished ninth in the league in rushing (1,037 yards) and was second in the league in yards per carry (5.4). He was the most consistent player in the Broncos' offense.
Related players: DaeSean Hamilton
The story gave the nod to Hamilton as the most improved rookie. He didn't have a catch the first six games out of seven but then became a reliable target to finish up the season. Sutton, a second round pick, also showed flashes, especially through the first half of the season, but from a fantasy standpoint, he perhaps disappointed a little toward the end of the year when Demaryius Thomas was traded and Emmanuel Sanders was hurt and Sutton was expected to be a top target. Both Hamilton and Sutton will be in the mix as potential top targets in 2019.
Posted by Scot Berggren
Friday, December 28, 2018 - 12:33pm
Week 17 vs. Los Angeles Chargers
With Case Keenum throwing 37 passes last Monday in the loss at Oakland, DaeSean Hamilton received nine looks, resulting in six catches for 40 yards and a TD – the second time in the past three weeks he’s found the end zone. Hamilton continues to see a healthy amount of looks from Keenum, but he had just a four-yard grab versus the Chargers in November. He should be considered no more than a WR3/flex play in the rematch.
2018 Strength of Schedule - DEN
Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.
2018 Game Stats
|Per game||2.14||17.36||0.14||3.21||8.10||0||0||0||0||0.00||2.59||4.74||33.64/66.79||48.76% |