The Denver Broncos aren't ready to name a new starting quarterback, but a decision could be coming soon.
Siemian's performance against the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football, which came in a 29-19 Denver loss, was atrocious.
Siemian’s struggles, the turnover battle and Von still chugging: The Broncos’ Week 7 loss by the numbers
Denver is ranked 29th in the NFL in turnover margin at minus eight.
The Broncos scored a combined 82 points in their first three games of the year. In the three games since then, they've scored a combined 26 points.
The Denver Broncos were embarrassed by the New York Giants 23-10 on Sunday Night Football. Here are some numbers to chew on.
The Giants clobbered the Broncos, 23-10.
Trevor Siemian was bad. Jamaal Charles was ... good? And 32 Broncos took a knee.
Is missing out on the postseason consecutive times in play again? Sure looks that way
"It's a permanent decision," Joseph said. "As far as Trevor being our guy, he's our guy."
Siemian? Lynch? Neither? We asked a football analyst who charted 17,000 passes last year about the Broncos QB situation
"I think they’re making a mistake by having only these QBs on the roster," Fahey said.
Quarterbacks Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch each played three series apiece in Denver's 24-17 win Thursday. The Broncos' offense scored a grand total of three points on those six series.
While offensive coordinator Mike McCoy said everything is being factored into the equation, "you really look at the games."
The Broncos' third preseason game is Aug. 26 against the Green Bay Packers.
The Broncos are well positioned to spend when the 2017 NFL league year officially begins at 2 p.m. MT Thursday. Right now, they have the 10th-most cap space in football, according to overthecap.com.
The sportsbook 5Dimes says the Broncos have the seventh-best chance of winning Super Bowl 52.
Denver, which was eliminated from playoff contention against the Chiefs on Christmas, says it's going to start Siemian but play Lynch on Sunday.
Trevor Siemian will get the start, but Paxton Lynch will play in Broncos’ regular-season finale against Raiders
Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak told reporters Wednesday that Siemian is going to start but that Lynch will get snaps, too.
Siemian finished the game 17-of-43 passing for 183 yards with no touchdowns and one interception. But it's evident he can't be the team's starting quarterback in 2017.
It's fairly common for quarterbacks or running backs to give gifts to their offensive linemen. It's not so common for quarterbacks or running to get their offensive linemen Skittles-dispensing parkas.
Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian returned to practice Thursday, his first full practice with the team since before he sprained his left foot in an overtime loss to Kansas City on Nov. 27.