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Brett Rypien

Brett Rypien Fantasy

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Height / Weight
6'2" / 202 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
July 9, 1996 (24)
Experience
1st Season
Drafted
2019 / Rd. / Pk. (DEN)
College
Boise State

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Brett Rypien News

Brett Rypien Should Be Avoided If He Makes Another Start

There remains a chance that Denver Broncos quarterback Brett Rypien receives another start in Week 6 against the Patriots with Drew Lock (shoulder) questionable for Sunday's contest. It's looking more like Lock will make his return since suffering a right shoulder injury in Week 2, though. Rypien was up-and-down in the Week 4 win over the lowly Jets, going 19-for-31 for 242 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions (one returned for a touchdown). It was a wobbly performance against arguably the worst team in the NFL, so the 24-year-old would likely struggle if he got the start against New England's defense this week, especially with All-Pro cornerback Stephon Gilmore back in the fold. Ignore Rypien in fantasy if Lock is held out for another week.

Oct. 16th • 5:13 PM
Brett Rypien Could Get Another Start In Week 5

Denver Broncos quarterback Brett Rypien could be under center again in Week 5 on Monday night against the Patriots with Drew Lock (shoulder) questionable to play. As expected, Rypien was very up and down in his first career start against the Jets last week, going 19-for-31 for 242 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions in the team's first win of the year. He probably held off Jeff Driskel for another start if Lock isn't ready to go, but Rypien will be facing much stiffer competition in the Patriots if he gets another start. It doesn't help his cause that tight end Noah Fant (ankle) won't play this week, taking away one of the team's best offensive weapons. If Rypien receives the nod, he'll be nothing more than a desperation QB2 streamer in superflex leagues.

Oct. 10th • 6:20 PM
Brett Rypien Has His Ups And Downs In Win Over Jets

Denver Broncos quarterback Brett Rypien, making his first NFL start on Thursday night against the Jets, had some good and bad moments in the 37-28 victory. Rypien went 19-for-31 for 242 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions (one returned for a touchdown) to help the team to their first win of the season. He made some nice throws at times, albeit against a bad Jets Defense, and also made some head-scratching decisions with the football. His first touchdown to rookie wideout Jerry Jeudy was a jump ball deep down the sideline that Jeudy made a nice play on. Rypien likely held off Jeff Driskel with his performance, but Drew Lock (shoulder) has a chance to return in Week 5 against the Patriots, so this might be a short-lived starting moment for Rypien.

Oct. 2nd • 12:31 AM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Drew Lock
Brett Rypien
RB Melvin Gordon III
Phillip Lindsay
LWR Jerry Jeudy
DaeSean Hamilton
RWR Tim Patrick
Tyrie Cleveland
SWR K.J. Hamler
Fred Brown
TE Noah Fant
Andrew Beck
LT Garett Bolles
Calvin Anderson
LG Dalton Risner
Austin Schlottmann
C Lloyd Cushenberry III
RG Graham Glasgow
Netane Muti
RT Demar Dotson
Elijah Wilkinson
LDE DeMarcus Walker
NT Mike Purcell
McTelvin Agim
RDE DeShawn Williams
Dre'Mont Jones
SLB Jeremiah Attaochu
Anthony Chickillo
LILB Alexander Johnson
Austin Calitro
RILB Josey Jewell
Mark Barron
WLB Bradley Chubb
Malik Reed
LCB A.J. Bouye
Michael Ojemudia
SS Kareem Jackson
P.J. Locke
FS Justin Simmons
Trey Marshall
RCB Bryce Callahan
De'Vante Bausby
K Brandon McManus