Demaryius Thomas
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By Steve Painter, Broncos Correspondent, Mon, Sep 22nd 12:25am EDT

Thomas had 4 receptions for 31 yards on the day and appears off his usual game.

Fantasy Impact: He had 2 more drops today, and yes, at times he was defended by Richard Sherman, but also struggled against the coverage of Byron Maxwell. Owners can only hope he comes out of next week's bye ready to give the game full effort. He has good matchups coming against the Cardinals, Jets, and 49ers.

By Steve Painter, Broncos Correspondent, Sun, Sep 14th 11:08pm EDT

Demaryius Thomas was targeted 7 times and had 5 receptions for 69 yards and a TD in the game against the Chiefs.

Fantasy Impact: Great news for Owners as Thomas had a good day as opposed to last weeks outing. Thomas had an exciting TD catch for 12 yards and worked through a foot issue that cropped up in pregame warmups. He faces Seattle next week.

By Steve Painter, Broncos Correspondent, Mon, Sep 8th 12:15pm EDT

Thomas was held in check by good coverage from Greg Toler. He had at least two drops, but did execute a 26 yard screen play in the fourth quarter. He finished the night with 4 receptions for 48 yards.

Fantasy Impact: Thomas is the clear #1 receiver in Denver and is a prime bounce back candidate against the Chiefs next week. Clearly an elite player, owners should not have any doubts about starting him every week.

By Steve Painter, Broncos Correspondent, Thu, Sep 4th 9:20am EDT

Demaryius Thomas is projected to have 99 yards receiving with 7 receptions for the week 1 tilt against the Colts. (Source: FantasyPros)

Fantasy Impact: DT had a great camp and is just a steady, elite talent in the Broncos offense. He enjoys having the most prolific passer in the game calling his number each and every week. He is a must start in all formats.

By Steve Painter, Broncos Correspondent, Mon, Aug 11th 5:17pm EDT

Thomas caught 5 passes for 52 yards in last Thursday's preseason tilt against Seattle and has shined in camp so far.

Fantasy Impact: Barring injury, Thomas could achieve number 1 status amongst all WR's for fantasy scoring this year. With Decker gone he joins Wes Welker and Emmanuel Sanders in the starting group of Peyton Manning's powerful offense. He is certainly worth consideration as a first rounder in fantasy drafts.

By Braiden Albrecht-Reed, Broncos Correspondent, Tue, Jul 29th 11:44am EDT

Demaryius Thomas' grandmother passed away last week and the star receiver was excused from practice. He has not appeared at training camp. (Source: Denver Post)

Fantasy Impact: Don't expect Thomas' time away from camp to impact his season. He is looking for a third consecutive 90+ catch, 1400+ yard, 10+ TD season in what is also a contract year for him. He will remain the Broncos' top weapon and missing a few practices does nothing to change that.

By Clinton Ho, Broncos Correspondent, Wed, Jul 16th 7:18pm EDT

The Denver Broncos have made a contract offers to star wide receiver Demaryius Thomas and will continue negotiating after training camp opens July 24, Broncos general manager John Elway said Wednesday. Demaryius Thomas, coming off back-to-back 1,400-yard seasons, is on the verge of superstardom and fast becoming one of the league's elite receivers. He caught 14 touchdowns last year, plus three more in the postseason. (Source: USA Today)

Fantasy Impact: Playing into the final year of his rookie contract, it doesn't look like it'll have any affect on the young star wide receiver. Bottom line, Thomas will still have Peyton Manning throwing to him and even with Eric Decker gone, there are still targets in Welker and Julius Thomas to keep defenses from doubling him up.

Fantasy Football Maniax | Sep 21st
Thomas has a tough matchup against the Broncos, but even in the horrible Super Bowl performance, he still had 13 receptions for 118 yards and 1 touchdown.
Breaking Football | Aug 8th
The top two wide receivers off the board in 2014 fantasy football drafts will be Calvin Johnson and Demaryius Thomas, and today we’re pitting them against each other to see which one you should take when you’re on the clock. Making the argument for and against both, we’ll dissect which one should be the first WR drafted. Both are studs, both could carry your fantasy team this yea...