Courtland Sutton is coming for your All-Pro votes in 2020.
Denver Broncos receiver Courtland Sutton is coming for that All-Pro spot in 2020, and there’s nothing you can do to stop him.
The second-year wideout took the league by storm with 1,112 yards and 6 TDs in a 2019 season plagued by a revolving door at QB. However, being limited to mostly subpar quarterbacks didn’t stop him from putting up a highlight reel of catches that Randy Moss would be proud of.
Unfortunately, he was snubbed from the initial Pro Bowl roster. He would, however, go on to replace DeAndre Hopkins where we were introduced to the real Sutton star: his dog Brodie.
Now, he enters Broncos camp as the clear number one receiver with the opportunity to build on the chemistry he already displayed with quarterback Drew Lock in the final five games of the season.
He hasn’t disappointed.
Every day, Sutton continues to dominate camp, and the defense hasn’t been able to find an answer for him. He’s turned into Lock’s favorite target, and for good reason: he wins.
Here’s why we should expect that to continue into the regular season against our 2020 opponents.