College: Utah | 2 years
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 212 lbs
Birth Date: 11/23/1993
Depth Chart: WR2.3
2019 Bye Week: 10
Total Pts: 13
Avg Pts: 1.08
Rank: 145 WR
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Denver Broncos wide receiver Tim Patrick (shoulder) is expected to suit up in Week 12 against the Buffalo Bills. Week 11 was Patrick's second game of the season, and he put up solid numbers, catching four of his eight targets for 77 yards. That uptick in usage bodes well for his ability to see the field this week, but a bad matchup with the Bills means that you're not starting him outside of some very, very deep leagues.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Tim Patrick (shoulder) is practicing on Thursday after being held out on Wednesday. It's a good sign for his availability in Week 12 against the Bills after he made his season debut in Week 11. Patrick effectively served as the No. 2 wideout behind Courtland Sutton, catching four of his eight targets for 77 yards. Not a bad first showing. While Patrick might be intriguing in deep leagues if you're hurting at the position, it's still unlikely that he's a consistent fantasy option with Brandon Allen at quarterback. The Bills secondary has been good at slowing down opposing wideouts this year, too.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Tim Patrick (shoulder) missed practice on Wednesday. Patrick had four catches on a healthy eight targets for 77 yards in his season debut in Week 11 against the Vikings. Assuming he can play in Week 12 against the Bills, Patrick should once again be the No. 2 behind Courtland Sutton. However, against a stingy Bills Defense and with inexperienced quarterback Brandon Allen remaining under center, Patrick doesn't have a ton of upside as a deep league flex play. If he can't get cleared this Sunday, Daesean Hamilton would be the No. 2.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Tim Patrick tallied 77 yards in his first game of action in 2019. Patrick is fighting for minutes in a receiving corps that currently has a gap alongside established star Courtland Sutton. Sunday's performance has lighted hope into Broncos fans that have been looking for someone to pop out in the receiving corps, and Patrick is making a case to be that someone moving forward. Patrick logged four catches on eight targets for 77 yards and is available on almost all waiver wires. He could be a flyer pick for owners looking to add depth with potential moving forward.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Tim Patrick (hand) is expected to be activated from the Injured Reserve this week to play in Week 11 against the Vikings. Cornerback Bryce Callahan (foot) is expected to go on IR in a corresponding move. Patrick came on strong at the end of last year after the Broncos traded Demaryius Thomas, but that's unlikely to happen again to close the 2019 season with either inexperienced quarterback Brandon Allen or rookie Drew Lock at the helm. Denver's low-upside offense just can't really support another fantasy relevant receiver behind Courtland Sutton right now. Patrick is only a stash candidate in dynasty leagues.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Tim Patrick (hand) has been designated to return from Injured Reserve. Patrick can return as soon as Week 11 on the road against the Vikings, where he'll likely be in three-wide sets with Courtland Sutton and Daesean Hamilton now that Emmanuel Sanders is out of the picture. The 25-year-old made some noise late last year, catching 23 of his 41 targets for 315 yards and a touchdown. He's merely a dynasty league stash and is unlikely to put up big numbers in an offense that will be led by quarterback Brandon Allen for the foreseeable future.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Tim Patrick (hand) suffered a broken left hand on Monday night against the Raiders, according to a source. He will visit with a hand specialist. An exact timetable for his return isn't known, but he will miss some time. Patrick is the team's No. 4 wideout behind Daesean Hamilton, so he didn't have any fantasy appeal to begin with. Diontae Spencer and rookie Juwann Winfree will battle for the No. 4 job while Patrick is sidelined.