So That’s What the End Zone Looks Like!
Demaryius Thomas owners had a brutal season until the Broncos receiver scored his first touchdown of the 2017 campaign in a blowout loss at the Eagles in Week 9. Thomas, who had gone 13 straight games without a score, enjoyed it so much that he’s found the end zone in each of the past two weeks and could make it a fourth straight game against a Raiders defense ranked 25th in passing yards allowed per game. I like his chances, even with Paxton Lynch getting the nod at starter. Thomas has averaged just over nine targets in his last four games and has a chance to finish the Fantasy season strong if Denver is committed to giving Lynch an extended look. He has good WR2 value this week, especially in PPR formats.