Demaryius Thomas has fine fantasy night despite sore shoulder

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Demaryius Thomas briefly left Thursday night's game with a shoulder injury, but came back in to finish and says he should be fine. We break down the fantasy implications.

Denver Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas admitted after the Thursday Night win over the Raiders that his shoulder is still a little sore, but nothing too serious. Thomas headed to the locker room early in the game and missed the entire second quarter and halftime break.

He came back out in the second half and finished with five catches for 83 yards.

Fantasy Impact: Thomas has had a handful of nicks and bruises this season that's forced him out of games at various point, but none of them have been serious and he has yet to miss any significant time. With 10 days to heal up, he should be just fine for Week 15 against the Ravens.

DT remains a sturdy WR1 for the fantasy playoffs as the Broncos chase a first-round bye.

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