Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas might have had his coming out part as a fantasy option last week when he caught four passes for 144 yards and two touchdowns. That has led him to be the No. 12 most added player in ESPN fantasy leagues this week. He was owned in less than two percent of leagues a week ago and now he's at a straight nine percent. Fantasy owners aren't going wild over him, but some are taking the chance that he can continue to have an impact, at least this week against the Chicago Bears.
Injuries curtailed Thomas' 2010 season and then an offseason ACL tear prevented him from practicing during the lockout. A broken pinky kept him out for several weeks during the early part of the season. After that, Thomas was mostly quiet until last Sunday when he went up against a weak Minnesota Vikings secondary. He'll be out to exploit the Bears' secondary on Sunday afternoon. If Tim Tebow is clicking again, Thomas could be in for another big day.
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