College: Southern Methodist | 2 years
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 216 lbs
Birth Date: 10/10/1995
Depth Chart: WR1.1
2019 Bye Week: 10
Probable - Ribs
Total Pts: 27
Avg Pts: 13.50
Rank: 34 WR
|Week 1||19.00||Courtland Sutton 120 receiving yds (12.00 pts)|
Courtland Sutton 7 receptions (7.00 pts)
|Week 2||8.00||Courtland Sutton 40 receiving yds (4.00 pts)|
Courtland Sutton 4 receptions (4.00 pts)
|Week 3||10.70||4-54yds / 0.3TDs projected|
|Playoff Week 1|
|Playoff Week 2|
Denver Broncos WR Courtland Sutton (ribs) fully participated in practice Friday, Sept. 20, and is not on the injury report for Week 3.
Fantasy Spin: Sutton had an outstanding Week 1 performance but was held to only 40 yards last week. He has received 15 targets in the first two games and should receive a similar workload this week. He can be a No. 3 receiver or flex option in fantasy leagues.
Denver Broncos OT Ja'Wuan James (knee) was unable to practice all week and has been ruled out for Week 3 versus the Green Bay Packers. FB Andy Janovich (pectoral) and LB Joseph Jones (triceps) were limited participants in practice all week but have also been ruled out. CB Bryce Callahan (foot) was also been a limited participant in practice all week but is listed as questionable. LB Todd Davis (calf) practiced in full all week but is also listed as questionable. WR Emmanuel Sanders (non-injury) was downgraded to a limited practice Friday, Sept. 20, but was removed from the injury report. OG Ronald Leary (non-injury) and WR Courtland Sutton (ribs) participated fully Friday and also no longer appear on the injury report.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton (ribs) returned to practice on Friday and is not listed on the final injury report for Week 3 against the Packers. Sutton has potential to emerge as a fantasy weapon in all leagues in 2019, but he'll be inconsistent in this slugging Broncos offense led by Joe Flacco. Emmanuel Sanders has been Flacco's favorite aerial target through two weeks, and the Packers present a difficult matchup with their improved secondary. Sutton is in consideration as a WR4/flex but doesn't have a very high ceiling this Sunday on the road in Green Bay.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton has put up a solid start to his 2019 campaign, most likely to the satisfaction of many owners. However, his Week 3 matchup makes him a tough play, as the Green Bay Packers Defense has locked down most receivers outside of their opposing team's number one target. With Emmanuel Sanders most likely getting the highest target share in Week 3 for the Broncos, Courtland Sutton and company are likely to struggle, much like Anthony Miller and Stefon Diggs have when their teams faced the Packers in previous weeks. If able to avoid putting Sutton in your lineup this week, it is probably a safe choice.
Denver Broncos WR Courtland Sutton (ribs) didn't practice Thursday, Sept. 19.
Fantasy Spin: Sutton has 11 receptions for 160 yards but no scores through two games. He remains a viable FLEX option as long as he's in the lineup.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton (ribs) is not practicing on Thursday due to sore ribs, according to a source. Mid-week additions to the injury report typically aren't a good thing, but Sutton still has a chance to play in Week 3 against the Packers if he can get in some practice on Friday. If he plays, he'll be in play as a WR4/flex as the No. 2 behind Emmanuel Sanders. If Sutton is forced to miss this Sunday, Daesean Hamilton would see an increased role and would be a dart throw in deeper leagues and DFS play.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton saw a decrease in production in Week 2 relative to his outstanding Week 1 performance. The switch flipped, and teammate Emmanuel Sanders was the go-to target for quarterback Joe Flacco against a stout Chicago Bears Defense. Sutton's final stat-line on the afternoon was four catches for 40 yards. The upside was that Sutton managed to see volume while his teammate was having a phenomenal game and he was playing one of the league's best defenses. The 2nd-year pass catcher will be a stretch flex play against the Green Bay Packers in Week 3, as their secondary has looked solid to kick off the 2019 season.
Denver Broncos WR Courtland Sutton caught four passes for 40 yards on Sunday, Sept. 15, against the Chicago Bears.
Fantasy Spin: Sutton went off for 120 yards receiving in Week 1, but a tough Bears secondary limited him to four receptions in the home opener. Still, Sutton is a solid player that should be owned in all formats and can be deployed in appealing matchups.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton had a stellar game to kick off his sophomore campaign against the Oakland Raiders, rewarding any owners that gave him a shot in their Week 1 lineup. The former SMU Mustang hauled in seven of the eight balls thrown his way, both team highs, for 120 yards, also a team-high. Sutton proved to be a steady target for quarterback Joe Flacco, consistently getting chunk yardage. There is concern regarding the shaky overall team performance by the Broncos offense, making Sutton a low-end flex play in Week 2.
Denver Broncos WR Courtland Sutton posted seven catches for 120 yards on eight targets in the Week 1 game against the Oakland Raiders.
Fantasy Spin: Sutton was impressive, looking like the No. 1 receiver in this offense. Emmanuel Sanders hasn't passed that torch just yet, but don't be surprised if Sutton ends up as the top option in this offense by season's end. The Broncos are home in Week 2 against the Chicago Bears.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton starts off his sophomore campaign in a matchup against an unproven secondary hosted by the Oakland Raiders. Sutton enters 2019 with hopes of improving on a sub-par statistical year in 2018 but showed signs of being able to become a solid wide receiver for the Broncos. The Southern Methodist product is currently listed behind veteran teammate Emmanuel Sanders on the depth chart in an offense that has a new look with a new quarterback, head coach, and offensive coordinator. Hence, it is unsure what the usage for Sutton will look like in week one, and most owners could find safer options and keep Sutton on their bench in week one.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton continues to look comfortable in the Denver Broncos offense, hauling in a 21-yard third-down catch from his new quarterback, Joe Flacco. Sutton has benefited from having an experienced quarterback at the helm of the offense, as he continues to develop in Denver. With teammate Emmanuel Sanders looking healthy in his return last night, Sutton's journey to becoming the undoubted WR1 became slightly more difficult, but he could catapult himself to massive fantasy value with a good season in 2019.
Denver Broncos WR Courtland Sutton secured both of his targets for 28 yards in a 24-15 preseason loss to the San Francisco 49ers Monday, Aug. 19.
Fantasy Spin: With a golden opportunity to emerge as the go-to weapon for Joe Flacco this season, Sutton has legitimate WR2 upside. It remains to be seen if he can take advantage of that opportunity, but it is worth finding out if you can land him as a WR4.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton sees an opening for the number one receiver spot on the roster entering his sophomore season. The SMU product has a new-look offense, with quarterback Joe Flacco at the helm, and colleague Emmanuel Sanders aging and coming off an injury in 2018. Sutton looks to take the next step in his career, and he has looked the part with an impressive preseason.
Denver Broncos WR Courtland Sutton has a 'great chance' to meet his own expectations and become the team's No. 1 receiver based on his offseason work with Joe Flacco, according to Mike Klis of 9News.com. 'I'm excited going into this season knowing that I am going to get to be the No. 1 and I'll get all of the looks and all of the pressure,'' Sutton said.
Fantasy Spin: Sutton does have a grand opportunity before him, as Emmanuel Sanders is unlikely to return to form until perhaps late in 2018 due to his Achilles injury. The second-year wideout's ability to high-point the ball and use his size downfield makes him a good fit for Flacco and his strong arm. It's just a matter of Sutton doing things such as improving his ability to gain yards after the catch this offseason. He stands a great chance of becoming a top-20 fantasy receiver if he stays healthy.
Denver Broncos WR Courtland Sutton should be better in the red zone this season due to QB Joe Flacco's willingness to throw 50/50 balls, in the opinion of the Denver Post's Ryan O'Halloran, who says the Broncos should 'prioritize' using Sutton's size more in the red zone.
Fantasy Spin: Sutton had a nice rookie campaign, posting a 42-704-4 line, but he definitely has the size (6-foot-3, 218 pounds) to do more damage in the red zone, and there's little doubt that Flacco is among the more willing passers out there when it comes to letting his receivers go up and make a play. Sutton remains a WR4 for the time being, but his upside is tempting.
Denver Broncos WR Courtland Sutton said he has spent the offseason working with retired WR Anquan Boldin to improve his route-running and with trainer Tony Villani to boost his speed.
Fantasy Spin: It sounds like Sutton is putting in the work, and while he was a bit of a disappointment after Emmanuel Sanders was injured last season, he still has a chance to emerge as Denver's top receiver. He's a WR4 with upside entering 2019.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton traveled to Florida to train with Tony Villani of XPE Sports ahead of the team's offseason program, and he's now working with former NFL wideout Anquan Boldin on his route-running techniques. Sutton focused on being more explosive with the ball in his hands while working with Villani. The 23-year-old will be leaned on more heavily heading into his second year, especially if Emmanuel Sanders is slow to recover from his Achilles injury. He'll be a popular target in 2019 drafts after catching 42 passes for 704 yards and four touchdowns in his rookie season with Case Keenum throwing him passes.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton is aiming to improve in the red zone heading into his second NFL season. Last year, 176 players had more than Sutton's two red-zone catches (both touchdowns) and 80 wideouts had more than his eight targets inside the 20. Personally in the red zone, I think Im one of the biggest threats that (defensive backs) go against, Sutton said. Every DB that I played against or will play against will probably say the same thing. They might not show it, but they know. At 6-foot-4, 216 pounds, the second-year wideout will be looking to break out with quarterback Joe Flacco now under center.