Broncos' Phillip Lindsay likely to see reduced touches in Week 11
Denver Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay is expected to see a reduced workload in Week 11 with Royce Freeman back in action.
Lindsay averaged 20 touches in the last two games with Freeman sidelined, but head coach Vance Joesph said the team would return to the "hot hand" approach versus the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday. Devontae Booker will also see some snaps, complicating the backfield workload in Denver.
Our models project Lindsay for 78.4 total yards on 14.5 touches for 13.0 FanDuel points in Week 11.
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