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WR Kenny Bell - Denver Broncos

6-1, 197Born: 2-25-1992College: NebraskaDrafted: Round 5, pick 2015

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Week 15: vs Cleveland Browns

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FBG says: Good matchup. Case Keenum has been a disappointment in his first year as the starter in Denver. He is completing just 61.8% of his passes and has 10 interceptions to go along with his 15 touchdown passes. The pass offense has been especially poor the last four games. Denver hasn't thrown for more than 205 yards since Week 11. Part of the problem with the Denver passing attack has been the lack of stability at wide receiver and tight end. One longtime starter, Demaryius Thomas, was traded midseason while the other, Emmanuel Sanders, was recently placed on injured reserve with a torn Achilles. Injuries have also decimated the tight end position, with Jeff Heuerman, Jake Butt, and Troy Fumagalli all landing on injured reserve. Matt LaCosse is the last man standing at the position. Denver's remaining healthy wide receivers are the least experienced group in the league. Rookie Courtland Sutton leads the group with his 30 catches. He has caught just 46.2% of his targets but is averaging a league-best 19.1 yards per catch. Sutton was forced out of last week's game with a thigh injury but should be ready to go this week. If Sutton is limited fellow rookie, DaeSean Hamilton should see significant volume. Hamilton came into Week 14 with just five catches on the season but hauled in 7 passes for 47 yards and a touchdown. The Browns defense has faced the most passing attempts in the NFL (41.2 per game) and ranks 31st in yards allowed at 277.9 per game. The big yardage totals are a bit misleading, however. Cleveland is allowing just 6.8 yards per attempt, good for 11th best in the league. The Browns have allowed just three passing touchdowns over the past three weeks and gave up no touchdowns to Cam Newton last week. The biggest issue with the pass defense has been the lack of pass rush. Despite having one of the league's top young pass rushers in Myles Garrett, Cleveland ranks 28th in sack rate. The cornerbacks have been solid across the board, with rookie Denzel Ward flashing shutdown potential. He was forced to miss last week's game with a concussion and will miss this game for the second straight week. The good news for the Browns is that Terrance Mitchell came back and played well last week. While it will be a big loss for the Browns without Ward, it would have been significantly worse without Mitchell who is a solid corner who should immediately be the Browns number one on the outside along with T.J. Carrie and Briean Boddy-Calhoun out of the slot.

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Schedule

15vs Cleveland Browns
16@ Oakland Raiders
17vs Los Angeles Chargers