Denver Broncos: Predominantly Orange’s Week Three Primer
Case Keenum– As mentioned before there is a chance of rainfall in Baltimore around game-time. If the weather does play a part, I’m not counting on Keenum to be a fantasy star for the day. He may have a productive game but there will be plenty of other options to go with In your line-ups. Keep Keenum on your roster but don’t expect big numbers this week. Projections- 200 yards, one touchdown, one interception.
Joe Flacco– Copy, paste the exact same reasons as Keenum. Yes Flacco put up three touchdowns with no turnovers in week one, but that was against Buffalo. In week two Flacco threw two touchdowns but also added two interceptions and a fumble. It’s hard to know which Flacco is real. So for those few that are debating on Flacco for the week, just sit him down. Projections- 180 yards, one touchdown, two interceptions.
John Brown– I do believe John Brown will be the Ravens leading receiver at the end of the year, but he will have a down game this week. Last week Brown had an impressive 92 yards and a touchdown. The only issue was that he only caught four of ten targets and I believe Sunday he’ll see a lot of Chris Harris Jr. Harris Jr has had a few struggles this season but still is one of the top corners in the game. Expect Brown to see targets but not many catches. Projection- Three catches, 35 yards.