• Courtland Sutton
  • WR
  • , Denver Broncos
  • 24
  • 216 lbs
  • 6' 4"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Once Demaryius Thomas was traded, Sutton’s production increased to a 50-catch, 760-yard, four-touchdown pace, which was good enough to make him the No. 42 receiver from Week 9 to Week 17. We expect some growth in his efficiency, but with Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles) possibly back, and DaeSean Hamilton in the mix, it’s no sure thing that Sutton is a top two option in the Denver passing game. (Hamilton was the No. 25 receiver in the final four weeks of the season.)

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Scouting report

by Scot Berggren

DEN WR Courtland Sutton - 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Courtland Sutton will be Denver’s No. 2 WR and start opposite Emmanuel Sanders to open the season. Despite getting off to a somewhat slow start last season, Sutton became just the 15th rookie WR since ‘11 to register at least 40 receptions with over 700 yards, score a minimum of four times and average at least 14.0 yards per grab. In the second to last game of the season at Oakland, he posted a career-high six receptions. Joe Flacco will be the Broncos QB, which should be an upgrade over Case Keenum last year.

Fantasy Downside
Before Demaryius Thomas was traded, Sutton was having a subpar rookie season, with only 17 grabs through the first eight contests. Even without Thomas and Sanders inured for the last month of ’18, the most receiving yards Sutton’s registered in a game was 85. Fellow second-year WR DaeSean Hamilton had a good end to his rookie season and will likely take away some targets from Sutton.

Bottom Line
Sutton’s height, at 6’3" should make him a big part in the red zone offense. Playing opposite of Sanders may help the former SMU Mustang, as when Sanders was out Sutton had to face opponents’ top cornerback. Without Sanders, Sutton averaged just 36.5 yards per game and only 10.5 yards per catch. In the five games prior, he averaged over 60 yards per contest. As the Broncos No. 2 WR, as long at Flacco remains healthy, Sutton has a shot at a 1,000-yard season.

2019 Strength of Schedule - DEN
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
18
@OAK
9
CHI
21
@GB
1
JAX
2
@LAC
27
TEN
28
KC
6
@IND
4
CLE
BYE3
@MIN
5
@BUF
2
LAC
30
@HOU
28
@KC
14
DET
18
OAK

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2018 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1SEA2450522.500000-4.56.544/7459.5%
2OAK19069.000000-0.91.954/6681.8%
3@BAL2370318.500000-3.75.753/6877.9%
4KC3510617.000000-5.18.142/6070.0%
5@NYJ218169.000000-7.89.859/7776.6%
6LAR3580419.330000-5.88.835/6653.0%
7@ARI1281328.000000-8.89.840/5967.8%
8@KC3780426.000000-7.810.849/7367.1%
9HOU3570519.000000-5.78.756/6684.8%
10BYE--------------
11@LAC3780626.000000-7.810.850/5689.3%
12PIT1140414.000000-1.42.442/5773.7%
13@CIN4851721.250000-14.518.541/5969.5%
14@SF214067.001-100-1.001.33.351/7468.9%
15CLE542068.400000-4.29.263/7386.3%
16@OAK66511010.830000-12.518.566/6798.5%
17LAC1250325.000000-2.53.574/7993.7%
Per game2.6344.000.255.2516.760.06-0.0600-1.005.898.5251.19/67.1376.16%
Totals4270448416.761-100-1.0094.3136.3819/107476.16%