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DENVER (6-6) at SAN FRANCISCO (2-10)Monday Cheap Bradley Chubb Jersey , 4:05 p.m. ET, CBSOPENING LINE - Broncos by 5RECORD VS. SPREAD - Denver 6-5-1, San Francisco 3-9SERIES RECORD - Tied 7-7LAST MEETING - Broncos beat 49ers 42-17, Oct. 19, 2014LAST WEEK - Broncos beat Bengals 24-10; 49ers lost to Seahawks 43-16AP PRO32 RANKING - Broncos No. 14, 49ers No. 32BRONCOS OFFENSE - OVERALL (14), RUSH (5), PASS (23).BRONCOS DEFENSE - OVERALL (25), RUSH (23), PASS (23).49ERS OFFENSE - OVERALL (15), RUSH (7), PASS (21).49ERS DEFENSE - OVERALL (12), RUSH (15), PASS (13).STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - Broncos have one road win last 30 seasons vs. 49ers, 24-14 game in 2002. ... Denver seeks first four-game winning streak since starting 2016 season 4-0. ... Denver RB Phillip Lindsay has 1,126 yards from scrimmage, becoming fourth undrafted rookie since merger to top 1 ,000 mark in single season. Dominic Rhodes (1,328), Clark Gaines (1,124), LeGarrette Blount (1,021) are others. ... Lindsay needs 63 yards rushing to join Rhodes, Blount as only undrafted rookies with 1,000 yards on ground. ... Denver's Von Miller has 102 1/2 career sacks in regular and postseason, one shy of franchise record held by Simon Fletcher. ... Broncos lost top WR Emmanuel Sanders to torn Achilles tendon in practice this week. ... Niners assured of four straight double-digit loss seasons for first time in franchise history. ... San Francisco lost last two games by 18, 27 points. Team has lost three straight by at least that just four times: 1963, 1999, 2005, 2016. ... San Francisco's five takeaways fewest through 12 games since at least 1940. Previous low was seven for Jacksonville in 2016. ... WR Dante Pettis had five catches for 129 yards, two TDs last week, becoming first 49ers rookie with two TD catches in game since J.J. Stokes in 1995. ... San Francisco QB Nick Mullens' 1,147 yards passing in first four games are fifth highest since merger, trailing Cam Newton, Andrew Luck Youth Jeff Heuerman Jersey , Marc Bulger, Patrick Mahomes. ... Niners TE George Kittle needs 73 yards receiving to break Vernon Davis' franchise record for TEs of 965 yards in 2009. ... Fantasy tip: 49ers rookie RB Jeff Wilson had 134 yards from scrimmage last week. He had eight catches for 73 yards, 15 carries for 61 yards. Wilson expected to get heavy load again with starter Matt Breida sidelined. Just in case you’ve been taking a quick sabbatical from football since the Broncos beat Arizona last Thursday, news broke over the weekend that the Broncos have received offers from multiple teams regarding Demaryius Thomas. What’s more, reports have surfaced that John Elway and the rest of management have not in fact rebuffed those offers. It looks like they’re willing to deal, so long as the compensation makes sense. Why would Elway deal D.T. now? There are likely three reasons all playing an equal role in the decision. Even with the Broncos now sitting at 3-4, it’s a pretty long shot that they’ll make the playoffs this year. Football Outsiders gives the team a 21 percent chance in their playoff simulator, a big increase from this time last week but still behind the division leaders as well as the Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Chargers. Thomas has hit the gargantuan part of the contract extension he signed in 2015. He presently accounts for 6.8 percent of the Broncos entire cap this year, and his 2019 figure of $17,533,334 will count for 9.2 percent.Courtland Sutton has progressed much faster than anticipated. When he came out of SMU, the 6-foot-3 receiver was considered a long-term project but has looked better each week. Much like his draftmate Bradley Chubb did prior to the Rams game, Sutton has looked much better than the picture his raw stats paint. He deserves more targets and would benefit from reps in Thomas’ spot. So couldn’t Vance Joseph and Bill Musgrave simply split reps between Sutton and Thomas this year? Yes, but with the team realistically playing for 2019 it would be to the Broncos long term benefit to add a draft pick and create cap space this year. The NFL is a cold business, but the very best teams treat it as such. So who is in the market for Thomas?It’s purely speculative, but these are a few teams that make too much sense to not be considering the move. The Philadelphia EaglesWhen Mike Wallace got hurt against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers , the defending champions receiving corps suddenly looked rather thin. When he’s available, Alshon Jeffrey is playing well but has an extensive injury history. Beyond him, Carson Wentz is left to rely on Jordan Matthews and Nelson Agholor, who’s best used as a slot weapon. Zach Ertz is a great tight end, but they could use a boost to their offense if there’s any hope they can claw their way back into the playoff race. Before Amari Cooper went to Dallas, reports were surfacing that Philly was interested. The Jacksonville JaguarsBlake Bortles is doing his best to fumble away the Jags chances this year, but it’s not as if he has much in the way of help around him. Marqise Lee is out for the year, and Leonard Fournette is hurt. Again. The injuries are bad enough that management gave up a fifth-round pick for Carlos Hyde and his 3.4 yard per carry average. If they’re willing to do that, they’re probably desperate enough to peddle picks for Thomas.The Indianapolis ColtsWhile T.Y. Hilton is a solid target, the cupboard is really thin after him. Eric Ebron has been a bit of a revelation but Andrew Luck needs more help if the Colts are seriously trying to push the Texans in a weak AFC South. Indy also has more than enough cap space to eat DT’s contract next year. The New England PatriotsIf Bill Belichick can get Thomas for something like a conditional 4th, it’d make a lot of sense for both teams. Tom Brady’s window is right now and would probably get more out of Thomas than any other team on this list. Their management has routinely looked under every single rock over the years to try and get an edge. One only has to look at Josh Gordon earlier this year to see that philosophy in full effect, even if his presence means this deal may be redundant for the Pats. The cap math also makes this pairing tricky though.The Tennessee Titans Outside of Corey Davis, can you name a single Titans receiver? What’s more, the team has almost $25 million in effective cap space at present and is clinging to a snowballs chance at the playoffs in a weak division. Another receiver may well kick start their offense enough to contend this year. The New York Jets and Cleveland BrownsBoth make sense in a vacuum. Sam Darnold and Baker Mayfield both lack weapons and a player like Thomas would help them in their development. Both teams are also year 1 in a rebuilding process that makes trading for a 30-year-old receiver questionable. Consider the Jets more likely as the seats Todd Bowles and Mike Maccagnan reside upon are unquestionably hotter than John Dorsey’s. The Green Bay PackersThis is probably a long shot as management in Green Bay has always tended to be reluctant on making these sorts of deals, but much like the Eagles, Colts and Titans quarterbacks, Rodgers could use more help if his team is going to try and make the playoffs this year. WashingtonAlex Smith has been a bit of a mess this season, but it’s been hidden from the national media by his team’s 4-2 start. Their win over the Cowboys put Washington into the driver’s seat for the division title but if they want to make any noise this year Smith needs to improve. It would be a Snyder move to think another receiver is the missing link.