Denver at Tennessee
QB Marcus Mariota: No team allows fewer fantasy points to opposing QBs than Denver, but Mariota has been nothing short of outstanding in recent weeks. Eight touchdown passes without an interception over the past month make him too tough to bench. Just limit expectations.
RB DeMarco Murray: Don’t be scared by Denver’s run defense. The Broncos allow an average of 18.87 fantasy points per game to opposing RBs. Fresh off the bye, Murray should have a nice day.
TE Delanie Walker: Denver is more vulnerable in the middle of the field than out wide. Walker could be Mariota’s go-to target.
QB Trevor Siemian: Siemian’s status is unclear for Sunday, but he shouldn’t be started regardless.
RB Devontae Booker/Justin Forsett: Booker found the end zone last week but has been a major disappointment ever since C.J. Anderson got hurt. Justin Forsett is expected to eat into Booker’s carries right away, making this a fantasy nightmare for Booker owners.
WR Emmanuel Sanders/Demaryius Thomas: Trying to predict the production of the Broncos WRs isn’t easy, but they enter a good matchup with Tennessee, who allow the fourth-most fantasy points to wideouts.