Julius Thomas scores another touchdown for fantasy owners against Chiefs

Doug Pensinger

Thomas tied a single-season Broncos record on Sunday night.

Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas added another touchdown to his impressive season total in a win against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football in Week 11.

Thomas caught three passes for 43 yards and a touchdown. He now has caught touchdowns in two straight games and tied a single-season franchise record for tight ends with his tenth touchdown of the season. With another touchdown this season, Thomas will pass Shannon Sharpe for the most touchdowns by a tight end in a single season in Broncos history.

Fantasy spin: A virtual unknown before the season, Thomas has become one of the most valuable tight ends in fantasy football. He has dealt with a few injuries this season, including a knee injury which forced a brief exit from Thomas on Sunday night.

Still, he's remained consistent and productive throughout the season. Consider him a must-start for the rest of the season.

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