WR - DEN
Week 5 Outlook
Courtland Sutton caught 3 of 5 targets for 27 yards and a touchdown during Week 4's 31-28 win over the Bears.
Sutton has certainly been on the same page as QB Russell Wilson over the first month of the season, as the two have now connected for a touchdown in three of the first four games. Sutton had his lowest reception and yardage totals so far in Week 4, but he is now averaging a steady five grabs for 53 yards per game to go with his trio of TDs.
Courtland Sutton hauled in eight of 11 targets for 91 yards and one touchdown against the Dolphins in Week 3. Denver ultimately fell to Miami by a score of 70-20.
Sutton has quietly been the Broncos' top receiver this season, totaling 17 catches, 189 yards, and two touchdowns through three weeks. He has double-digit points (PPR) in all three games and should be viewed as a very appealing WR3/FLEX play against the Bears in Week 4.
Despite the Denver Broncos' heartbreaking 35-33 loss to the Washington Commanders in Week 2, 27-year-old wide receiver Courtland Sutton put up a commendable performance.
Sutton was targeted seven times, hauling in five of those for a total of 66 yards. Although he didn't find the end zone this week, his consistent involvement in the Broncos' passing game is a promising sign for fantasy managers. Sutton's season stats now stand at 12 targets, 9 receptions, 98 receiving yards, and 1 touchdown, earning him a respectable WR32 ranking for the season and a WR43 ranking for the week. His most notable play was a 21-yard catch in the fourth quarter, demonstrating his ability to make big plays when it counts. Looking ahead to Week 3, Sutton and the Broncos will face off against the Miami Dolphins, providing another opportunity for Sutton to showcase his skills and boost his fantasy value.
Courtland Sutton hauled in four of five passes for 32 yards and one touchdown against the Raiders in Week 1. Denver ultimately fell to Las Vegas by a score of 17-16.
Sutton occupied the No. 1 receiver role with Jerry Jeudy (hamstring) sidelined on Sunday. Although he wasn't exactly peppered with targets, he salvaged his fantasy performance by scoring the touchdown. He'll be a mid-range WR3 in fantasy football until Jeudy returns.
Denver Broncos WR Courtland Sutton had three catches for 35 yards and a team-high five targets in Friday night’s preseason contest.
Sutton didn’t deliver to his lofty expectations in 2022 due to Denver’s offense sputtering for the majority of the season. He and QB Russell Wilson played well into the second quarter, and he was a favorite target of the veteran QB. He can be drafted cheaply in drafts, going on average as the half-PPR WR44, though he hasn’t cleared that mark since 2019.