11:45 PM EST, Sun November 17, 2019
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Broncos’ Courtland Sutton completes WR pass to Tim Patrick for huge gain vs. Vikings

Broncos’ Courtland Sutton completes WR pass to Tim Patrick for huge gain vs. Vikings

Courtland Sutton is usually known for his big plays as a receiver, but he showed off his arm for the Denver Broncos on Sunday. Instead of catching it, Sutton completed a wide receiver pass to Tim Patrick for a huge gain versus the Minnesota Vikings. Is there anything @SuttonCourtland cant do?!@Broncos pull out the WR […] The post Broncos’ Courtland Sutton completes WR pass to Tim Patrick for huge gain vs. Vikings appeared first on ClutchPoints.
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Video: Broncos’ Courtland Sutton makes insane catch in traffic vs. Vikings

Video: Broncos’ Courtland Sutton makes insane catch in traffic vs. Vikings

Courtland Sutton has become the Denver Broncos’ go-to wide receiver since Emmanuel Sanders was traded. On Sunday, Sutton showed that he is making the most of the opportunity by making an insane catch in traffic versus the Minnesota Vikings. SUTTON. Beautiful catch on the deep ball from Brandon Allen! @SuttonCourtland #DENvsMIN
www.milehighreport.com 9 hours ago
Watch Courtland Sutton make yet another eye-popping catch

Watch Courtland Sutton make yet another eye-popping catch

Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports Courtland Sutton is a beast. How he came down with this 47-yard reception is anyone’s guess. It would lead to a Denver Broncos touchdown. If you thought Courtland Sutton made an incredible catch two weeks ago for a touchdown against the Cleveland Browns, then you haven’t seen the one he just made today against the Minnesota Vikings. Despite being covered about as well as you could be, he somehow snatched the ball through the tiniest of windows for this 47-yard reception. Man catch. Man Catch. #Broncos pic.twitter.com/EmJP01P4dr— ThatsGoodSports...
www.milehighreport.com Nov 16, 2019
Which Broncos players deserve a Pro Bowl nod?

Which Broncos players deserve a Pro Bowl nod?

Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports Laurie Lattimore-Volkmann joined The Morning Huddle to make the case that Justin Simmons, Kareem Jackson and even Courtland Sutton deserve Pro Bowl nods. The NFL has begun its annual Pro Bowl voting process and the question posed to Laurie Lattimore-Volkmann on The Morning Huddle this week was which Denver Broncos players deserve to get that Pro Bowl nod in 2019? For her, she made the case for Justin Simmons, Kareem Jackson, and Courtland Sutton. I agree that all three of those players deserve to get the nod and it would be criminal if they don’t get in....
www.milehighreport.com Nov 16, 2019
Ultimate Fan: Broncos’ best chance against the Vikes may be through the air

Ultimate Fan: Broncos’ best chance against the Vikes may be through the air

Photo by Wesley Hitt/ A few injuries to the Vikings’ defense means more Brandon Allen to Courtland Sutton may be the best game plan for the Broncos offense. Annnnnddddd, we’re back! Following a much-needed bye week - after a very much-needed win before that - the Broncos will be on the road to take on one of the best teams in the NFL this season, facing a top-tier defense and an extremely effective offense. But helping us break down this Minnesota Vikings game is Satan’s Cry (if you want to know how he got his name, it involves alcohol and writing an a capella heavy metal song),...
Broncos at the Bye: Who has been the offensive MVP so far in 2019?

Broncos at the Bye: Who has been the offensive MVP so far in 2019?

Sutton’s blossomed into a superstar for the Broncos. | Photo by Wesley Hitt/ Courtland Sutton is headed for super stardom. Denver hits the open week 1-0 in the post-Flacco era. Since the bye falls so close to the midway point this season, it seemed like a good time to check in on the Vic Fangio Broncos. Who has been the offensive MVP so far in 2019? Taylor Kothe: Courtland Sutton. The second-year wide receiver’s emergence as a true top receiving threat has sustained the Broncos’ offense through some rocky times this season. He’s well on his way to establishing himself as a...
The big takeaway: The Broncos problem was always Joe Flacco

The big takeaway: The Broncos problem was always Joe Flacco

Photo by Justin Edmonds/ Joe Flacco ain’t it, but Brandon Allen was able to maximize the talents around him for the win. The Denver Broncos win over the Cleveland Browns was as surprising as that Courtland Sutton acrobatic touchdown catch in the first quarter. I actually jumped out of my seat, “He caught it!” No one saw that coming, but it sure felt great. It does, however, give us one thing to ponder; what has been going on in Broncos Country? The big takeaway from the Broncos beating the Browns was the indictment of Joe Flacco as a starter in the NFL. After losing to the Colts...
ClutchPoints Nov 3, 2019
WATCH: Courtland Sutton makes insane TD catch in end zone vs. Browns

WATCH: Courtland Sutton makes insane TD catch in end zone vs. Browns

The Denver Broncos are taking on the Cleveland Browns this afternoon in a game that they must win in order to stay even remotely in the playoff picture. Entering this week with a 2-6 record, Vic Fangio’s football team has undergone a major change. Gone is Joe Flacco, who suffered a neck injury last week, […] The post WATCH: Courtland Sutton makes insane TD catch in end zone vs. Browns appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Predominantly Orange Oct 31, 2019

Denver Broncos: Give the ball to Courtland Sutton more

While Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton is having a breakout season in 2019, it seems he needs more targets than what he has seen recently. Last season, the Denver Broncos traded away veteran wide receiver Demaryius Thomas to make way for more touches and opportunities for then-rookie Courtland Sutton. Sutton dealt with a case […] Denver Broncos: Give the ball to Courtland Sutton more - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
www.milehighreport.com Oct 27, 2019
Broncos at Colts third quarter recap

Broncos at Colts third quarter recap

Photo by Justin Casterline/ The Denver Broncos head into the fourth quarter up 13-12 over the Indianapolis Colts. Can they pull off the upset? The Denver Broncos got the ball first to start the second half. On their first play, Joe Flacco went deep to Courtland Sutton for a 25-yard pass down the sideline to midfield. After a five yard gain on first down for Phillip Lindsay, Flacco faked to Lindsay on second down and rolled out where he found Noah Fant over the middle for a first down on a seven yard catch and run. Lindsay burst through the middle on the next carry for a quick eleven...
www.milehighreport.com Oct 23, 2019
Courtland Sutton joins the ranks of undisputed WR1s

Courtland Sutton joins the ranks of undisputed WR1s

Photo by Dustin Bradford/ The 2nd year, former 2nd round pick has new expectations on him in the wake of the Emmanuel Sanders trade. Just as the trade of Emmanuel Sanders to the 49ers has implications about the rest of the Broncos’ 2019 season, it carries implications for the players staying in Denver. Of these, Courtland Sutton’s confirmation as the Broncos’ top WR and top overall receiving option is easily the biggest. That’s not to say it’s anything like a surprise, though. After a respectable rookie year with 704 yards and 4 TDs caught amid struggles with drops, Sutton has...
www.milehighreport.com Oct 19, 2019
The Broncos are who we thought they were and we can’t let them off the hook

The Broncos are who we thought they were and we can’t let them off the hook

Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports From bad to okay to putrid. Before I go off the deep end in terms of sourness and disappointment, there were a few positives that came from that Thursday night horror show... #1) Justin Simmons needs is a dawg and needs to be re-signed. #2) Courtland Sutton is a star #3) I didn’t watch live and only had to struggle through the 40 minutes of condensed video rather than three-plus hours of that bleepity-bleep. I’ve already touched on many points in past articles that appeared relevant in one of the worst games in recent Denver memory. Some of the points...

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