10 Denver Broncos fantasy football team names for 2022

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3. Sutton Special (Courtland Sutton)

If you draft Courtland Sutton in 2022, you know you’re getting something special. There’s no question that Sutton is the most talented receiver the Broncos have on their roster, and he’s also proven himself the most at this point. Unfortunately, he was hurt almost all of 2020 and then the offense and quarterback play really failed him in 2021.

The Broncos need Sutton to be special in 2022. They need him to be back to his true WR1 self and I think that’s exactly what they’re going to get. That’s exactly what fantasy football managers who draft Sutton are going to get.

4. Javonte’s Inferno (Javonte Williams)

If you draft Javonte Williams, you’re expecting him to send opposing defenses through Javonte’s Inferno. Just ask teams like the Ravens and Cowboys about the nine circles of torment that come with attempting to tackle Javonte Williams.

Although the Broncos are expected to have prominent roles for both Javonte Williams and Melvin Gordon, the writing is on the wall for Williams to be the RB1 of the Denver Broncos this season and have a much bigger role than we saw last season when he racked up over 1,200 yards from scrimmage and seven total touchdowns.

5. Demogordon (Melvin Gordon)

If you’re a big fan of Stranger Things and the Denver Broncos, this could be the fantasy football team name for you. The Demogordon — veteran running back Melvin Gordon — has been a consistent source of fantasy football production over the last six or so years. As a matter of fact, there are very few NFL running backs that have as many or more touchdowns as Gordon since the 2016 season.

In two years with the Broncos, Melvin Gordon has 20 total touchdowns and he’s been one of the team’s most consistent sources of offense since he signed in 2020.

6. Surtain Death (Pat Surtain II)

Maybe you don’t play in a fantasy football league that has defensive players (a hobby reserved only for the truly psychopathic) but you want to represent one of your favorite young Denver Broncos players. Pat Surtain II is one of the budding superstars in the NFL right now and he’s arguably becoming the best Broncos player before our very eyes.

You want people to know that when they are facing your fantasy football team, they are facing Surtain fantasy death.