Broncos look to stop losing streak with possible QB change

Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

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The team finds itself without a clear answer at quarterback following another Trevor Siemian debacle Monday night, when he threw three interceptions in a 29-19 loss to the Chiefs.

"Whatever helps us win football games, I'm going to do for us". After a brilliant start in the first two games of the season, Trevor Siemian has been nothing short of bad since then. He started two games for the Broncos last season and played in three, throwing for 497 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception completing just 59.0 percent of his passes. Will the team turn to Brock Osweiler, at least until Lynch is up to speed?

Although 17 of Siemian's 19 sacks during this slump have come with Denver in three-receiver sets where there's no help for his struggling tackles, Joseph defended McCoy, who last week left Allen Barbre to block Joey Bosa mostly by himself in his first game at right tackle since 2009.

The Broncos (3-4) have a defense and running game that are capable of reaching the playoffs.

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Dolphins running backs also have been responsible for allowing at least four sacks this year, according to the Miami Herald . After the game, Coach Adam Gase said some of his best players on offense were the problem.

"I just turned it over, couple of bad decisions, tough to win, tough to beat good teams when you turn it over, " Siemian said after Monday's loss to the Chiefs. Joseph knows he has to do what is best for the football team.

Denver's dominant defense is playing even better than the unit that led the Broncos to the Super Bowl 50 title two years ago.

Broncos president of football operations/general manager John Elway said Osweiler could undergo "football rehab" with the Broncos. "That's why it's my job to find an option where we will go win football games".

"Obviously, Paxton is still healing up", Joseph said. Osweiler spent four seasons with the Broncos after being the team's second-round pick in the 2012 draft. So, Mike understands that. You can try to make ideal calls for him but he has to play his way out of bad plays and not make them worse.

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