- Dillon Gabriel goes long to Marvin Mims for another Oklahoma TD
- Gabriel hits Mims for a TD as Oklahoma scores just before halftime
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News: 9 hours agoMims (ribs) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
Spin: Mims was one of five Broncos who was listed as a limited participant in the team's first Week 14 practice Wednesday, but each member of that quintet took full reps during Thursday's session. The rookie wideout thus appears to be good to go for Sunday's game against the Chargers, and though he's generally seen his snaps increase since Denver's Week 9 bye, he still doesn't profile as a bankable fantasy option at this stage. In the Broncos' four games since the bye, Mims has cobbled together a modest 5-41-0 receiving line on nine targets to go with 16 yards on three carries.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Mims was selected in the second round of April's draft. The Oklahoma product was an explosive vertical target for the Sooners, ranking first in this year's rookie class in yards per target (13.2) during his 37 games, as well as near the top in YPR (19.5) and aDOT (16.0). Mims can align all over the field, showed well at the combine (4.38 40-yard dash, 39.5-inch vertical, 129-inch broad jump) and is one of the youngest WRs in this class. Mims' future may be bright, but early-career targets will be tricky with Jerry Jeudy and Courtland Sutton ahead of him on the WR depth chart, as well as Greg Dulcich and Javonte Williams set for major roles in the passing game. Mims' primary value is in dynasty, though deeper leaguers can consider him with a late pick in season-long formats.