WR - DEN
Week 13 Outlook
The Broncos have signed WR David Sills to their practice squad.
Sills was waived by the Giants as part of their final cuts Tuesday. He will now have the opportunity to develop in the Broncos' system.
David Sills V caught two of three targets for 36 receiving yards in the Giants' 21-16 win over the Lions Friday night.
Sills V made the most of his limited involvement on offense Friday night, leading the Giants with an average of 18.0 yards per reception. The pass-catcher will likely face an uphill battle for significant targets moving forward however as part of a crowded group of pass-catching options that includes offseason additions, Cole Beasley, Parris Campbell, Jamison Crowder, Jalin Hyatt, and tight end Darren Waller for a Giants offense looking for more versatility on the offensive side of the ball under head coach Brian Daboll this upcoming season.
David Sills V caught one of his two targets for five yards in a loss to Seattle Sunday.
Sills V has seen a decline in targets since the first two weeks of the season. The 26-year-old has seen two or less targets in five straight games. Fantasy managers should leave Sills V on the waiver wire.
David Sills V caught one of his two targets for eight yards in a win over the Ravens in Week 6.
Sills V has received just two targets in each of his last three games. The Giants have stated previously that they are going to go with the receivers that have the best week of practice, so the position is very volatile for fantasy purposes. The Giants will look to continue their winning streak in Week 7 against Jacksonville.
David Sills V caught both of his targets for 12 yards in a Week 5 win over the Packers.
Sills has logged just two targets in back-to-back games for the Giants. Although the game plan appeared to be focused on ball control, Sills has seen a drop in production since the Giants win over Carolina in Week 1. The Giants take on the Ravens in Week 6.