Emmanuel Sanders, WR
Last season was without question one of the worst seasons for Emmanuel Sanders in his eight-year career.
He posted a stat line of just 47 receptions, two touchdowns, and 555 yards. For Sanders, it was the first time in his four years with the Broncos that he didn’t contribute at least 70 catches, five touchdowns, and 1,000 yards.
Thankfully, most of his struggles were no fault of his own. Anyone that knows anything about the Broncos knows that quarterback was not a strength of the team last season. Obviously, at least decent quarterback play is important for a receiver to put up numbers like Sanders is capable of.
Sanders also struggled to stay healthy last season. He appeared in just 12 games and was obviously limited in a few more because of an ankle injury that he dealt with the majority of the year.
With the addition of Case Keenum and a full offseason to get healthy, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Sanders get back to the Pro Bowl-level stat line Broncos fans have become accustomed to during his first few seasons with the team.