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Who starts at QB this week? – The Denver Post

Sure, the Broncos don’t have anything left to play for in 2017. (Just don’t tell them that.) But so much can be learned in the final two games ahead on the schedule.

The biggest question facing the Broncos as they prepare to face the Redskins this week is who will start at quarterback. (If you’re keeping score at home, here’s a Broncos QB crib sheet.)

Brock Osweiler had a big game in relief of an injured Trevor Siemian last week, but is there reason to believe Paxton Lynch will get the call this week as the team’s starter? As Nicki Jhabvala pointed out, you may just need to read between the lines.

Speaking of the quarterbacks, columnist Mark Kiszla in his Sunday column was critical of the Broncos’ plan to develop their three young QBs. The problem, he says, was in trying to both develop a young QB and make a Super Bowl run at the same time. “That the team has failed miserably at both tasks should come as no surprise,” Kiszla writes.

Stay tuned today as we’re almost certain to here who will get the start this week in Washington.

By The Numbers


Total number of yards allowed per game this season by the Broncos defense. It is the fewest yards allowed per game by any team in the NFL.

Quick Hits

+ Broncos moves: When Trevor Siemian was placed on season-ending IR, Denver signed an offensive lineman to fill the roster spot.

+ Injury report: Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders is day-to-day with an ankle injury.

+ Has Trevor Siemian played his last game for the Broncos? Nick Kosmider fielded that question in the Lunch Special.

+ Vance Joseph promises to “fix” Broncos. How many wins in 2018 will fulfill his promise?

+ Former CSU and Broncos RB Kapri Bibbs’ dream of playing for the Redskins became a reality.

They Said It

“I hate when we get asked the question, ‘What are you guys playing for?’ This is our job. This is our dream and we worked hard to get to this point. Forget the score, forget the record. To have an opportunity to go out there and play in front of the lights, in front of the fans — you can get up for that anytime. It doesn’t matter what your record is.”
— Von Miller, Broncos linebacker

What We’re Reading

+ 9NEWS’ Mike Klis wades into the debate of who will start at QB this week for the Broncos.

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