TE - DEN
Noah Fant had one reception for four yards on two targets in the Broncos' 16-15 win over the Raiders Sunday.
It was another terrible game for Denver's promising rookie tight end. Despite his struggles at the end of the season, he flashed enough to merit low-end TE1 status heading into next season.
Noah Fant had two receptions for ten yards on two targets in the Broncos' 27-17 win over the Lions Sunday.
Fant saw just two targets Sunday and disappointed owners expecting low-end TE1 production. He will enter next season as a potential breakout candidate.
Noah Fant (shoulder) is officially listed as active for Denver's Week 16 matchup against the Lions
Fant practiced in a limited fashion all week after being hobbled by a shoulder injury he sustained in Week 15's loss to the Chiefs. Nonetheless, he will suit up for Sunday's tilt against Detroit.
Noah Fant (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions.
Fant hurt his shoulder in Week 15's loss to the Chiefs. X-rays on his shoulder were negative and he practiced in a limited fashion all week. Fantasy owners should monitor his status 90 minutes before Sunday's 4:05 P.M. ET kickoff.
Denver Broncos rookie tight end Noah Fant was limited in Wednesday's practice with a shoulder injury.
Fant injured the shoulder on Sunday and was clearly in pain, but was able to tough through the injury. He is expected to do again this weekend, but will be easier to trust from a fantasy perspective if he is able to log a full practice session by the end of the week. Fant has proven that he has top tier TE1 upside, but he will need to be healthy to show the consistency owners are hoping for fantasy championship week. Fant will open 2020 ranked as a TE1.
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