Emmanuel Sanders led all Bronco receivers with 13 targets in a solid performance against the Chiefs. He finished the day with 8 receptions and 108 yards.
Fantasy Impact: Sanders is doing very well without Wes Welker in the mix. He is and will remain a solid WR2 for fantasy players even after Welker's return. He's an every down player that is going to produce solid numbers. He takes on the Seattle secondary next week.
Emmanuel Sanders had 6 receptions for 77 yards in the win against the Colts. All but 1 reception came in the first half as the Colts minimized the Broncos offense in the second. He started opposite Demaryius Thomas and moved to the slot in three-wide sets.
Fantasy Impact: Sanders was mostly featured in short yardage passes although he had the biggest gain of the night - a forty yard pass play. He remains a high-upside WR2 for the time being, until Wes Welker returns.
Emmanuel Sanders is projected to have 5 receptions along with 72 yards in the week one game against the Colts. (Source: FantasyPros)
Fantasy Impact: Sanders was injured the first part of camp with a quad issue but roared back with an outstanding performance in the 3rd preseason tilt against Houston when he had 5 receptions for 128 yards. He is a must start for all formats in a prolific offense led by Peyton Manning.
Emmanuel Sanders had an outstanding game against the Texans, having 5 catches for 128 yards and two TD's.
Fantasy Impact: Sanders was a bit of a question mark coming into the game as people wondered about his quad injury and the lack of practice time he has had in camp. Worry no more as Sanders made a strong statement with his level of play. Fantasy players can now grab him when they can and be assured that Sanders is ready to be a large part of this massive offensive machine.
Emmanuel Sanders will play tonight against the Houston Texans in Denver. (Source: Predominately Orange on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: Sanders has had a rather unproductive camp due to a quad injury. This third game will go a long way in telling us if he is ready for the season. Sanders has the ability to excel but has experienced injuries in his past that have limited his fantasy upside.
WR Emmanuel Sanders (Quad) returned to practice today with the Broncos. (Source: Lindsey Jones on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: This potentially has him in line to play in Saturday Night's preseason game against the Texans. This will be a very important step for him in preparation for the regular season as he has not been healthy enough to show much thus far. He is being pushed by Cody Latimer for snaps and Latimer has had a terrific camp up to this point.
Emmanuel Sanders sat out the preseason game with the 49er's due to a sore quad.
Fantasy Impact: Sanders has had injury issues throughout his career but the Broncos are hoping for a big year from the talented star. He is a value pick from the 7th on, but he has to stay healthy to capitalize in Peyton Manning's offense. Cody Latimer is pressing for time and may get it if Sanders remains too fragile to play.
Emmanuel Sanders was held out of Tuesday's workout and is doubtful for the Thursday night preseason game with Seattle. (Source: ESPN)
Fantasy Impact: While not considered serious, it does make his plans for Thursday night doubtful as the Broncos want to be cautious with him. Sanders tweaked the quad during Monday's workout.
This provides Cody Latimer with another opportunity to show his intent of being an important part of the impressive Manning offense.
Sanders led the team in receiving in Week 2, catching eight of his nine targets for 108 yards in his team's 24-17 win over the Chiefs. Sanders racked up 48 yards on the first play from scrimmage and continued to be a key option for Peyton Manning, leading the offense in targets despite not securing one of the team's three touchdowns. With Wes Welker expected to return this week we can expect to see a dip in Sanders targets but with the threat of Welker, Julius Thomas AND Demaryius Thomas on the field all at once, Sanders will clearly be facing single coverage from here on out. It's up to him to take advantage of that.
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) It feels like Emmanuel Sanders has been considered a potential sleeper since he entered the league. Every season we wonder if this will be the year he finally steps up and emerges, yet every season we are left wanting