Over the past three weeks, Denver Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas has emerged as the top receiving threat for Tim Tebow. Although he wasn't able to find his way into the end zone for the third consecutive game, Thomas did lead the Broncos with seven catches for 116 yards in the loss to New England.
After battling injuries throughout the season, Thomas has become a reliable receiving threat and has developed a great chemistry with Tebow. Thomas once again displayed his ability to make big plays, as he had a 39-yard reception on a busted play in the loss. Over the past three weeks, Thomas has 18 catches and three TD's. He has gone over 100 yards receiving in two of the past three weeks.
Thomas will face a challenge next week in Buffalo if the weather is anything like it was today. With snowy conditions, it might be difficult for Tebow and the Broncos offense to generate a rhythm in the passing game.
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