player photo

10 Emmanuel Sanders WR

Denver Broncos

Fantasy Stats
Key Stats
GPCatchesYdsAvgTDsFirst Downs

Player Updates

Emmanuel Sanders adds different dimension for Denver
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

The Broncos are expecting big things from new receiver Emmanuel Sanders this season, reports the team's official website.

"Well, when you watch him on film from when he was at Pittsburgh, you just see that quickness off the line, the vertical speed, his ability to separate down the field," said offensive coordinator Adam Gase in June. "It's a different kind of dimension for us."

Added fellow receiver Demaryius Thomas: "Sanders is too fast. He's quick and fast at the same time. Some guys are quick, fast, and you've got Wes [Welker], who's quick. Sanders is quick and fast. But I think it'll be great for the team, because he can go over the top, he can be quick, he can go inside. I think it's a big pickup for us. I think he'll be great."

The Broncos not only view Sanders as a replacement for Eric Decker but also as an insurance policy in case Welker gets hurt since Sanders has experience in the slot. But when everyone is healthy, Sanders will remain mostly on the outside in Decker's place.

"They're different body types, and Eric had his way of finding ways to get open and catching the ball and making plays down the field, and making big plays underneath and creating," Gase said. "Emmanuel can do the same thing. It's just going to be in a different way."

Share: Twitter Facebook
Emmanuel Sanders thinks he'll catch at least 80 passes
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Broncos receiver Emmanuel Sanders believes that he can catch at least 80 passes thanks to the new style of offense that he's in, ESPN's John Clayton reported. 

Sanders' career high in receptions is 67, coming last year with the Steelers. They spent the first half of the season playing conservatively until they employed the no-huddle and began throwing it more. Sanders had four touchdowns in his last six games and 36 grabs in his last nine games. 

Share: Twitter Facebook
Emmanuel Sanders enjoying 'wide receiver heaven'
by Larry Hartstein |

New Broncos receiver Emmanuel Sanders told Sirius XM NFL Radio he feels like he "made it into wide receiver heaven." Sanders can't wait to play with Peyton Manning in Denver's pass-happy offense.

He'll be a top target along with Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker and tight end Julius Thomas.

"The thing that I like about the Broncos is there is really no No. 1 guy," Sanders said. "Peyton always goes with the favorable matchup and that's what I'm really liking about this offense. Any guy could go off for 180 yards or 100 yards with 10 catches any week, week in and week out, just based off of matchups."

Share: Twitter Facebook
Broncos like what they see from Emmanuel Sanders
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

The Broncos have been impressed with new receiver Emmanuel Sanders, reports ESPN.

The report says Sanders "fits what the Broncos do in their scheme, has the versatility to line up all over the formation and has held up his end of the bargain by putting in the extra time with (Peyton) Manning."

The report also adds that if Sanders stays healthy and in the lineup, he's a quality bet to have his first 1,000-yard season.

Share: Twitter Facebook
Manning sees improvement for Emmanuel Sanders
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning said new receiver Emmanuel Sanders is adjusting to the offense in Denver.

"What’s always a challenge is not only learning a new offense but kind of unlearning your old one," Manning said. "He was very much a part of that system in Pittsburgh. I still do it occasionally now, I still call an old play that we just don't have in this offense. ... It’s hard to unlearn that offense, and so I know what Emmanuel is going through and it just takes time. He's kept himself in great shape. He stays out there for every play, and it’s a credit to him. We are making progress, and it’s important to put the time in."

Sanders, who left the Steelers for the Broncos, is expected to be Denver's No. 3 receiver behind Demaryius Thomas and Wes Welker.

Share: Twitter Facebook
2010Pittsburgh Steelers1312837613.43526018
2011Pittsburgh Steelers1102228813.13224017
2012Pittsburgh Steelers1674462614.237111031
2013Pittsburgh Steelers16106774011.055612337
2010Pittsburgh Steelers13100---0000
2011Pittsburgh Steelers11000---0000
2012Pittsburgh Steelers167144.04000
2013Pittsburgh Steelers161012525.025011
2010Pittsburgh Steelers13100---0---0000/000---
2011Pittsburgh Steelers11011100.01515.0015000/000118.8
2012Pittsburgh Steelers16700---0---0001/700---
2013Pittsburgh Steelers161000---0---0000/000---
Kick Returns
2010Pittsburgh Steelers132562825.14802
2011Pittsburgh Steelers1159318.62500
2012Pittsburgh Steelers1612727.02700
2013Pittsburgh Steelers161026826.84602
Punt Returns
YearTeamGRetFCRet YdsAvgLgTD20+
2010Pittsburgh Steelers13416015.03801
2011Pittsburgh Steelers1130227.31000
2012Pittsburgh Steelers16999310.36301
2013Pittsburgh Steelers16000---000
Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2010Pittsburgh Steelers13106.040000.0000
2011Pittsburgh Steelers1121.010000.0000
2012Pittsburgh Steelers1611.000000.0000
2013Pittsburgh Steelers1633.000000.0000
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2010Pittsburgh Steelers1321100000
2011Pittsburgh Steelers1100001010
2012Pittsburgh Steelers1632000000
2013Pittsburgh Steelers1610010010
CBSSports Facebook Google Plus
Conversation powered by Livefyre

Player Info

Bellville, TX, USA
Southern Methodist
NFL Experience:
Fantasy Games