Denver Broncos rookie wide receiver Jerry Jeudy is one of the league's exciting young talents. However, his involvement in the Broncos' offense has decreased in recent weeks with Denver's quarterback issues.
After his team's 22-16 loss against the Chiefs on Sunday night, Jeudy voiced his frustration on Twitter (but has since deleted his comment).
Jeudy tried to look on the bright side of what was a rather quiet night, although it's clear he wants more involvement on offense.
Prior to Week 12, Jeudy averaged 7.7 targets, 3.7 receptions and 58.9 yards per game while catching two receiving touchdowns. However, the rookie has only seen 5 total targets in his past two games.
His 1 target against the New Orleans Saints was understandable since Denver was without a QB, but he played in 74% of the team's offensive snaps against the Chiefs and saw just 4 targets, managing to grab 1 reception for 5 yards.
It's no surprise that Jeudy is frustrated with his role in recent weeks. However, it could just be a string of bad games. Hopefully Jeudy can find some more targets in Week 14 against the Carolina Panthers, who are giving up 249.3 passing yards per game this season.
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