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  • 12/15, 9:18 pm
    • Sutton caught all five of his...

      Sutton caught all five of his targets, logging 42 receiving yards during Saturday's 17-16 loss to Cleveland.

      Analysis: The rookie second-round draft choice continues to garner deep-league flex consideration with a healthy workload in Denver's passing attack, collecting five or more targets in five of his past six games. It's encouraging to see Sutton have such an efficient outing against Cleveland, hauling in all five of his targets after posting a putrid catch rate of 46.4 percent over his five most recent performances preceding Saturday. It's been a solid debut campaign overall for the SMU standout, but he hasn't emerged as the clear No. 1 guy in the Broncos receiving corps despite the midseason trade of Demaryius Thomas and recent season-ending injury to Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles). In fact, Sutton has only seen the slightest bump in production since Denver traded Thomas on Oct. 30 (40.5 receiving YPG with two total touchdowns prior to trade, 48.3 YPG and one touchdown since). Week 16's matchup provides potential for a breakout performance, taking on an Oakland defense that's allowed 19 touchdowns to wideouts in 2018, second-most behind only the 49ers and Packers.

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  • 12/15, 9:11 pm
    • Perriman caught one pass on two...

      Perriman caught one pass on two targets for 31 yards and a touchdown during Saturday's 17-16 win over the Broncos.

      Analysis: For the second straight week, Perriman made an impact on the first drive of the game when Baker Mayfield found him for a 31-yard touchdown. While the duo have connected on two deep passes in the last two weeks, Perriman's involvement on the offense remains limited. Still, he has shown he has the ability for the big play, and Mayfield isn't afraid to chuck it deep to him. Perriman will look to find the end zone for the second time in 2018 against the Bengals in Week 16.

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  • 12/15, 9:11 pm
    • McCoy (hamstring) is not expected to...

      McCoy (hamstring) is not expected to play Sunday against the Lions, a source has told Adam Schefter of ESPN.

      Analysis: McCoy owners will get the benefit of an early start time, but if this in fact the way the Bills will play it, part of the reasoning might be due to the team being out of the playoff hunt and also wanting to give young players like Marcus Murphy and Keith Ford some extra looks.

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  • 12/15, 9:05 pm
    • Callaway hauled in five of seven...

      Callaway hauled in five of seven targets for 35 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 17-16 win over the Broncos.

      Analysis: Callaway's five receptions led the Browns, one of which went for a two-yard touchdown, giving the rookie wideout four touchdowns on the year. His production has been a bit sporadic throughout the season, but that's to be expected from a rookie. Next week's matchup against the Bengals expects to be a favorable one for Callaway, as he looks to string a few strong performances together to finish out his debut season.

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  • 12/15, 8:59 pm
    • Keenum completed 31 of 48 attempts...

      Keenum completed 31 of 48 attempts for 257 yards, committing two interceptions but adding a one-yard rushing touchdown during Saturday's 17-16 loss to Cleveland.

      Analysis: Keenum has been brutal down the stretch, now carrying a streak of eight consecutive starts with fewer than 16 fantasy points in standard scoring (worst active streak among NFL quarterbacks, 12.6 PPG over that span). The veteran signal caller did exceed 205 passing yards for the first time since Week 9, but two interceptions substantially diminished an already less than stellar output, while he failed to score more than one touchdown for the third straight outing (only one three-touchdown performance all season, and that came in Week 1). Keenum's Week 16 matchup makes him a contender for starting consideration in two-quarterback leagues, facing an Oakland defense that's surrendered an NFL-high 31 passing touchdowns on the year.

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