Tim Patrick

#81 WR / Denver Broncos / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 212 lb Age: 27 College: Utah Bye 5,18,19,20,21

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Tops team with six touchdowns

    Tim Patrick (foot) finished the 2020 season with 51 receptions for 742 yards and six touchdowns over his 15 games.Patrick was one of the bright spots in what was a disappointing season in Denver. Though he topped 50 receiving yards just four times, Patrick was the Denver Broncos' most consistent option and was a difference maker in wins over the Jets and Patriots. He'll likely be tendered a contract in restricted free agency this offseason, but Patrick could be headed for a downturn in production in 2021. Rookies Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler both figure to improve and make pushes for more targets in Year 2, while the Broncos will also get Courtland Sutton (knee) back in the fold after Denver's projected No. 1 receiver didn't play after Week 1 due to a torn ACL and MCL.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Dealing with foot sprain

    Tim Patrick is nursing a foot sprain, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.Patrick managed to avoid any sort of break in his foot, so he should be on track to fully recover in time for the beginning of Denver's offseason activities. The 27-year-old is coming off his best campaign as a pro, with 51 catches (79 targets) for 742 yards and six scores across 15 games. Perhaps even more impressively, Patrick had three performances with over 100 receiving yards in 2020.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Ruled out Sunday

    Tim Patrick (foot) won't return to Sunday's game against the Raiders, Aric DiLalla of the Denver Broncos' official site reports.Considering only modest QB play for Denver this season, Patrick put together a decent receiving line, hauling in 51 of 79 targets for 742 yards and six touchdowns in 15 contests. The extent of his foot injury isn't known, but coach Vic Fangio may provide some clarity on Patrick's health after this outing.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Suffers foot injury

    Tim Patrick was forced out of Sunday's game against the Raiders with a foot injury, Troy Renck of Denver 7 News reports.Before leaving the contest, Patrick caught two of his four targets for 46 yards. Now in the mix for Denver's Week 17 wide receiver targets are Jerry Jeudy, DaeSean Hamilton, Diontae Spencer and Tyrie Cleveland.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Grabs three passes in loss

    Tim Patrick caught three of four targets for 39 yards during Sunday's 19-16 loss at the Chargers.Patrick arguably made the play of the game Sunday for the Denver Broncos. With the team down by 10 and facing fourth-and-7 at midfield midway through the fourth quarter, Drew Lock found Patrick over the middle, and the Utah product broke upfield for a 27-yard gain. Denver punched it in for a TD four plays later. Patrick has been a rare bright spot for Denver's offense this season, ranking second on the team in catches and yards and first in touchdowns as an undrafted veteran on a team full of young, early round picks. He'll have an opportunity to end the season on a high note against a struggling Las Vegas pass defense that gave up four catches for 61 yards to Patrick in Week 10.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Can't get going against Bills

    Tim Patrick caught three of four targets for 14 yards in Saturday's 48-19 loss to the Bills.Patrick has finished with fewer than 50 receiving yards in four straight games. While he rang up three touchdowns over the previous two outings, he wasn't able to salvage his fantasy production Saturday by reaching paydirt. Nevertheless, Patrick finished second among Denver Broncos wide receivers in targets behind Jerry Jeudy (five). He'll face a tough test in Week 16, as the Chargers have given up just 206.5 passing yards per game, seventh fewest in the league.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Scores sixth touchdown of season

    Tim Patrick caught three of five targets for 36 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 32-27 win in Carolina.Patrick helped the Denver Broncos take a two-score lead late in the third quarter, first with a nifty short-crosser into a wheel route that picked up 32 yards. Then, after a big gain on a tight-end screen, Patrick helped punch it in with a two-yard touchdown to the flat -- his third touchdown in his last two games and sixth of the season. The Utah product has averaged just 3.7 targets per game over the past three weeks -- down from 6.2 during his first nine outings of the season -- but he remains the most consistent red-zone target in an offense that appears to be starting-and-stopping into form. Next up is a Buffalo pass defense that has ranked in the middle of the pack this season.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Two scores on SNF

    Tim Patrick corralled all four of his targets for 44 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 22-16 loss to the Chiefs.Patrick bounced back in a big way from a zero-catch performance last week that featured a practice squad wide receiver under center for Denver. With Drew Lock (reserve/COVID-19) back in control, Denver's passing game got back on track and the team nearly upset an AFC powerhouse Kansas City squad on national television. Patrick played a big role in the valiant effort, hitting pay dirt twice and bringing his new career-high mark up to seven scores on the year. The two-TD game on Sunday Night Football may result in a spike in ownership for the wideout, but he had already been making a case for a spot on fantasy rosters with 17 receptions, 253 yards and three scores over his last four games with Lock under center. Patrick will get a chance to keep things rolling in a favorable matchup against Carolina in Week 14.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Catchless in loss

    Tim Patrick did not reel in either of his targets during Denver's 31-3 loss to New Orleans on Sunday.Patrick had a nice little groove going coming into Sunday, coming off three straight games with at least four catches and a 119-yard performance against Miami. Obviously, COVID-19 protocols threw a wrench into the works as the Denver Broncos were forced to play undrafted rookie wide receiver Kendall Hinton at quarterback. It's hard to take much from a game like that, so attentions should be focused on Drew Lock's return to the lineup for Sunday night's matchup in Kansas City. Patrick tallied three catches for 44 yards against the Chiefs in a Week 7 loss.

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    Broncos' Tim Patrick: Tops century mark in win

    Tim Patrick caught five of eight targets for 119 yards in Sunday's 20-13 win over the Dolphins.Most of his production came on the final play of the game, when on fourth down the Denver Broncos elected to run out the clock with a play and it turned into a 61-yard reception for Patrick. It's the third time this season he's topped 100 receiving yards in a game, and he continues to see steady target volume heading into Week 12's clash with the Saints.