Courtland Sutton Fantasy Outlook Positive for Week 6 After Being Removed From Injury Report

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While the Denver Broncos have just one victory in the books, they have a big win in the development of second-year wide receiver Courtland Sutton, who is putting together a top-10 fantasy season in PPR leagues thus far.

There was some concern that his breakout campaign could be slightly derailed due to a bothersome lower leg injury, but Sutton has been removed from the injury report and will take the field against the Tennessee Titans in Week 6.

Being removed from the report early, he should have no restrictions for Sunday.

Facing the Titans at home, Sutton is expected to be matched up with Malcolm Butler for the majority of the day, which could give him a significant edge in Week 6.

Grading as the 100th-ranked cornerback on PFF, Butler has had a rough start to the season, allowing a 73.5 percent catch rate and three touchdowns on the season.

Entering Week 6, Sutton has a 23 percent target share, which is tied for 20th among all WRs, so he should see plenty of looks against Butler here.

After scoring three touchdowns over the past two weeks, Sutton will look to make it three in a row against Butler and the Titans on Sunday.

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