Heuerman caught one of three targets 26 yards during Sunday's 20-13 win over the Chargers.

Heuerman wasted no time getting involved Sunday, cutting upfield for a 26-yard play on the game's first play from scrimmage. The Buckeye has maintained solid offensive snap counts and ended Sunday with 37 offensive snaps, five more than WR3 DaeSean Hamilton, but his presence on the field seems to be to the benefit of the running game more than anything else. A whopping 43.5 percent of Denver's targets have gone to Courtland Sutton or Emmanuel Sanders this season, which hasn't left Heuerman much room to get going. Don't expect that to change Sunday against Tennessee's 10th-ranked pass defense.

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