Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy caught four of his six targets for a team-leading 77 receiving yards in the 22-9 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football. Jeudy's four receptions were tied for second-most on the team, and his six targets were also tied for second-most. The 22-year-old second-year wideout continues to be quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's favorite receiver. However, Bridgewater has mostly been mediocre this season, and the Broncos are a run-first offense when they get into positive game script. Most of Jeudy's damage was done late in the game with the Chiefs up by multiple scores. Jeudy will be looking for his first touchdown of the season in Week 14 against the Detroit Lions, where he'll be a WR3/flex.
Since returning from a high ankle sprain that he suffered in Week 1, Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy has 18 catches (24 targets), 181 yards (10.06 yards per catch) and no touchdowns in four games. He's also seen two carries for only three yards. Jeudy had been seeing more looks each week since returning in Week 8, but that trend ended when he caught just two of a season-low three targets for 25 yards in last week's win over the Los Angeles Chargers. The run-first Broncos offense should have to throw more on Sunday night against the Kansas City Chiefs, but KC's defense has done a decent job of limiting fantasy receivers despite allowing 264.4 receiving yards per game. With all the weapons Denver has in the passing game, Jeudy will be a WR3/flex in Week 13.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy and the entire Broncos receiving corps did very little in the 28-13 win over the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 12. Jeudy hauled in two of his three targets for a season-low 26 yards on Sunday. The second-year pass-catcher has yet to find the end zone in five games -- he missed Weeks 2-7 with a high ankle sprain -- and this was his most disappointing game of the season. It came with an injured quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (shin) missing the whole second quarter and attempting just 18 total passes in the game. There will be better days ahead for Jeudy, possibly as early as Week 13 against the Kansas City Chiefs, but in this run-first offense with so many mouths to feed, he'll be a middling WR3/flex.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy is still looking for the first touchdown of his sophomore season, but he's also only played in four games in 2021 after suffering a high ankle sprain in the season opener. Since returning from that injury, he has 16 catches on 21 targets for 156 yards (9.75 yards per catch). Although fantasy managers would like to see more, the good news is that the coaching staff is finding creative ways to get the ball in Jeudy's hands, and he's been quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's preferred target over Courtland Sutton in the last three games. Capping his upside is the fact that the Broncos have been spreading the ball around to all of their offensive weapons, and Jeudy will be a WR3/flex against a Chargers defense that is allowing the fifth-fewest receiving yards per game (224.6) in 2021.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy led the team with a season-high nine targets in the disappointing 30-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 10. Jeudy ended up hauling in six of his nine targets for 48 yards on Sunday. The 22-year-old second-year wide receiver has seen an increase in targets in each of his three games since returning from a high ankle sprain in Week 8, and it's clear that the Broncos coaching staff is directing the passing attack through him and not Courtland Sutton. Jeudy is an exciting route-runner with great great after-the-catch abilities and has surpassed Sutton as the more reliable WR3/flex. Denver's low-volume passing attack that spreads the ball around could cap his ceiling, though.
In his first two games back from a high ankle sprain suffered in Week 1, Denver Broncos second-year wide receiver Jerry Jeudy has 10 receptions for 108 yards on 12 targets. And his target total doubled from four to eight in the Week 9 win against the Dallas Cowboys in which the Broncos got creative in ways to get Jeudy the ball in his hands near the line of scrimmage so that he could use his after-the-catch abilities to do some damage. The Philadelphia Eagles, Jeudy's Week 10 opponent, haven't given up a ton of fantasy points to WRs on a weekly basis this year, but they're allowing plenty of yardage and receptions. The return of tight end Noah Fant will take away some looks from Jeudy this Sunday, but he has already become slightly more attractive than Courtland Sutton as a low-end WR2/high-end WR3.
The Denver Broncos got creative in their Week 9 upset win over the Dallas Cowboys in how they got the ball to second-year wide receiver Jerry Jeudy. Offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur used more pre-snap motion and bubble screens to get the ball in Jeudy's hands. In his first two games this year, Jeudy averaged 10.09 yards per target deeper down the field, but on Sunday against Dallas, he averaged just 8.63 yards per target and caught six of a season-high eight targets for 69 yards. The 22-year-old has 10 catches on 12 targets for 108 yards the last two weeks after returning from a high ankle sprain he suffered in Week 1. It remains to be seen if his usage in Week 9 will become more of the norm, but regardless, fantasy managers have to like the fact that Denver is creating ways to get the ball in his hands. He'll be an upside WR3/flex in Week 10 against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy was tops on the team in receptions (six) and targets (eight) and was able to gain 69 yards receiving in the 30-16 Week 9 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. Jeudy suffered a high ankle sprain in Week 1 and returned last weekend to catch all four of his targets for 39 yards. The second-year wideout looked better in his second game back against Dallas and was clearly quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's favorite target. The 22-year-old picked up some big first downs and will remain a big part of this offense, even if the Broncos don't throw the ball as much as fantasy managers would like. Jeudy's arrow is pointing up as a WR3/flex as we head into the second half of the 2021 season.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy made his return last Sunday for the first time since suffering a high ankle sprain in Week 1, and he caught all four of his targets for 39 yards against the Washington Football Team. On the bright side, he led the team in catches. However, no Broncos pass-catcher had more than four targets. That will be a problem moving forward for Jeudy and the rest of the Broncos receivers, but with tight end Noah Fant likely out in Week 9 against the Dallas Cowboys due to COVID-19, Jeudy could see a healthy amount of targets against a Dallas defense that has been generous to opposing wideouts in terms of fantasy points this year. The second-year receiver will be a WR3/flex in his second game back, and he could lead Denver in targets if Courtland Sutton is being locked down by cornerback Trevon Diggs on the outside.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy returned from a high ankle sprain that he suffered in the season opener to lead the team with four catches (four targets) for 39 yards in the 17-10 Week 8 win over the Washington Football Team. The 22-year-old former first-rounder last year also tied a team-high with his four targets in this one -- three other Broncos players received four targets with quarterback Teddy Bridgewater spreading the love against Washington. The yardage total wasn't great, obviously, but it was good to see Jeudy still heavily involved in his first game back from Injured Reserve. The Broncos offense hasn't really done much outside of garbage time and against pretty bad teams, though, so Jeudy's fantasy production may be hard to predict as a WR3/flex moving forward.
The Denver Broncos activated wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) from Injured Reserve on Saturday, according to a source. Jeudy is on track to make his return in Week 8 against the Washington Football Team after suffering a high ankle sprain in Week 1. The 22-year-old first-rounder from last year had six catches on seven targets for 72 yards in one half of action in the season opener before getting injured, so he figures to be a huge part of this offense once he's back up to full speed. While Jeudy is a sharp route-runner and has plenty of big-play ability, he could also have his snaps dialed back a bit in his return to action on Sunday. That will make him more of a WR4/flex with upside in his first game back against a Washington defense that has given up their fair share of big plays to receivers this year.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) was given a day of rest on Friday and has yet to be activated from Injured Reserve. Jeudy practiced on for three straight days earlier this week and was a little sore. The Broncos plan all along was to activate the former first-rounder in order to make his return in Week 8 against the Washington Football Team, but it remains to be seen if that'll actually happen. Denver is still optimistic that the 22-year-old can play on Sunday, but even if he does, there's a chance he could have his snaps limited. Jeudy can be an explosive big-play threat out of the slot when healthy, but fantasy managers should temper expectations for him as more of a WR4/flex if he's active. If he misses another game, Tim Patrick would be on the WR4/flex radar again in deeper leagues.
Denver Broncos second-year wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) is expected to return from Injured Reserve and play in Week 8 against the Washington Football after suffering a high ankle sprain in the season opener. The 22-year-old had six catches (seven targets) for 72 yards in just over a half in Week 1 before his injury, and he's shown his short-area burst and sharp route-running abilities in his return to practice. "When he's out there, he just finds a way to get open," quarterback Teddy Bridgewater said. Jeudy ran 19 of his 24 routes out of the slot in Week 1 and caught five of six targets for 59 yards in the slot. His shiftiness makes him an ideal weapon out of the slot, and against a Washington defense that has allowed the most fantasy points per game to receivers this year, Jeudy could make a lot of noise in his first game back. As long as his snaps aren't limited too much, Jeudy will have WR3/flex appeal.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy(ankle) felt good in practice on Thursday and will return in Week 8 against the Washington Football Team. In his rookie season, Jeudy largely disappointed but did show some tangible skills that excited fantasy managers for his sophomore season. Additionally, in his Week 1 performance, Jeudy had six receptions for 72 yards and appeared to be a solidified fantasy starter. Now returning from injury, it may be wisest to leave Jeudy benched for one week to ensure his health, but once fantasy managers affirm that he looks good, they should have no hesitation in starting him going forward. Furthermore, even though it would be ideal to bench Jeudy for his first game back, this report confirms that he can also certainly be started if needed.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) is good to go and will make his return from Injured Reserve in Week 8 against the Washington Football Team on Sunday. Jeudy was close to returning for last Thursday's game against the Cleveland Browns, but the Broncos wanted to give the talented second-year wideout a little more time to recover from a high ankle sprain that he suffered in the season opener. The 22-year-old first-rounder may be eased back in, but he should eventually become a big part of the offense next to Courtland Sutton after he caught six of seven targets for 72 yards in Week 1 before he was injured. Jeudy needs to be rostered in all leagues if he isn't already. Tim Patrick will be the biggest loser in terms of targets and snap percentage with Jeudy returning, while Sutton could also see a downtick in usage.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) got a pregame workout in on Thursday and is expected to return to the team for a Week 8 matchup versus the Washington Football Team. The sophomore receiver was a popular sleeper entering this season and suffered a high-ankle sprain in Week 1. Prior to his injury, Jeudy had caught six balls for 72 yards in Week 1. Managers may want to temper their expectations for a game or two, but Jeudy will draw a very juicy matchup versus a weak Washington Football Team defense in Week 8. Along with wide receiver Courtland Sutton, Jeudy will be the top option in the Broncos offense and wide receiver Tim Patrick's value is likely to take a hit as a result.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) was not activated from Injured Reserve and won't return to action on Thursday night against the Cleveland Browns. John Brown was promoted from the practice squad to the active roster. Brown was on the active roster in last week's loss to the Las Vegas Raiders, but he played just six snaps and wasn't targeted at all. Jeudy has been on Injured Reserve since suffering a high ankle sprain in the season opener, but he could make his return in Week 8 against the Washington Football Team. Jeudy caught six of his seven targets for 72 yards in Week 1 before spraining his ankle, so he should return to a big role in this offense. Tim Patrick will be affected the most when Jeudy eventually returns.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) will do some full-speed work this week in his return from a high ankle sprain, but head coach Vic Fangio said Jeudy's chances of playing in Week 7 against the Cleveland Browns on Thursday night "are less than 50%." On a short week, it doesn't make sense for the Broncos to rush the former first-round pick. The 22-year-old was on his way to a big game in the season opener before spraining his ankle, as he had caught six of seven targets for 72 yards. Denver might choose to ease Jeudy back in when he eventually returns, most likely in Week 8 against the Washington Football Team. But based on Jeudy's usage in Week 1, he should eventually have a huge role in this offense, and his return will be a boost for quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. If Jeudy is on your league's waiver wire, pick him up immediately.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) has been designated for return from the injured reserve. That means, Jeudy will be promoted to the team's active roster within the next 21 days. Possibly, Jeudy could return as early as next weekend's matchup with the Cleveland Browns. Although, that might be too soon, so fantasy managers should be patient and assume he'll miss a few more games. Jeudy should be a trustworthy WR3 in PPR formats once he does get back on the field. In the meantime, John Brown has been elevated from the practice squad. He could see action in Week 6, but is far from a reliable fantasy option.
The Denver Broncos are placing wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) and cornerback Ronald Darby (hamstring) on Injured Reserve on Tuesday, according to a source. Jeudy is expected to miss four to six weeks after suffering a right high-ankle sprain in the Week 1 win over the New York Giants. The second-year wideout caught six of seven targets for a team-high 72 yards in the opener, though, and he needs to be stashed in all fantasy formats as the team's No. 2 pass-catcher. Tim Patrick and KJ Hamler, who are expected to start in three-receiver sets, will both be attractive waiver-wire pickups this week. Darby played all 61 defensive snaps in Week 1 and could be back after his three-week window is up. No. 9 overall pick Patrick Surtain II is now expected to step into the starting lineup in Week 2 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. After a strong showing in the opener, Denver's defense will be a strong play for fantasy managers.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) will be sidelined for four to six weeks after sustaining a high ankle sprain in Week 1 against the New York Giants. Fantasy managers can potentially breathe a sigh of relief because the sophomore stud has dodged a significant injury. The 22-year-old had the look of a potential breakout candidate this season, and he was impressive in his limited action on Sunday. In Jeudy's absence, Courtland Sutton is the clear No. 1 wide receiver in the offense, with Tim Patrick and KJ Hamler behind him on the depth chart. Tight endNoah Fant should be in for an increase in targets with this news, so he can remain a lower-end TE1 with a more promising outlook. For now, Jeudy's undeniable talent means he should be stashed on benches until he is able to return to action.
Updating an earlier report, Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) sustained a high ankle sprain during the Week 1 matchup against the New York Giants. The sophomore wideout had to be carted off the field, and while any injury is unwelcome, the diagnosis means that he will likely return at some point this season. However, an ailment of this nature usually takes time to heal, so Jeudy could be out of the lineup for at least a few weeks moving ahead, if not more. Despite leaving early, the second-year pass-catcher was second on the team in targets (seven) and tied for the team lead in receptions (six) for 72 yards. Jeudy needs to be stashed in all formats as the team's No. 2 target when healthy. In his absence, Tim Patrick and KJ Hamler become much more attractive in deeper leagues. Patrick might have the safer floor in PPR leagues, but Hamler has more weekly upside as a speedy deep threat.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) was injured during the season opener against the New York Giants. The sophomore wideout suffered an apparent lower-leg injury in the third quarter, possibly his ankle, and was subsequently carted off the field. Jeudy had a fantastic game before succumbing to the ailment, racking up six catches for 72 yards. His status for the remainder of the contest is unknown, although it's likely he's done for the day. In the meantime, expect KJ Hamler, Tim Patrick, and Noah Fant to divide up his workload.
Denver Broncos second-year wide receiver Jerry Jeudy is looking to kick off the 2021 season on a high note in Week 1 against the New York Giants. Jeudy struggled with drops and inconsistency (13 drops) in his rookie season, but the first-rounder still managed a healthy 52 receptions for 856 yards and three touchdowns with quarterback Drew Lock struggling. There will be more competition for targets with Courtland Sutton (knee) back from injury this year, but Jeudy should also see less attention from opposing defenses. Jeudy's stock would probably be a bit higher with the strong-armed Lock under center, but the downfield threat still has plenty of upside as a WR3 to enter the season. The Giants defense was one of the better units in 2020 against receivers in terms of limiting fantasy points per game, so it wouldn't be a huge surprise to see the Broncos passing game get off to a slow start.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy caught both of his targets for an impressive 40 yards in the team's 30-3 preseason win over the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday. Jeudy also had a 33-yard catch in the preseason opener after he averaged 16.5 yards per reception on 52 catches in his rookie season last year. The precise route-runner will see lesser coverage from opposing cornerbacks with Courtland Sutton back in 2021 as well, so the 22-year-old is a nice target in the middle rounds heading into his second season. Fantasy managers taking a chance on him will be expecting a big improvement over his 46 percent catch rate, thanks to 12 drops and inconsistent QB play. Jeudy should provide WR3/flex value for fantasy managers.
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