Broncos' Demaryius Thomas on pace for 1,000-yard season streak to end
Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas is on pace for 988 receiving yards in 2017, snapping his five-season streak of 1,000-yard campaigns.
The Broncos have been run-heavy this season, rushing 130 times while attempting 126 passes, limiting Thomas' targets. The veteran receiver is on pace for only 120 looks, the lowest amount he has seen since 2011. With the Broncos being big favorites in Week 6, he may not be in line for many targets again.
Our models project Thomas for 4.8 catches, 67.0 yards, and 0.4 touchdowns for 11.4 FanDuel points versus the New York Giants.
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