10:45 PM EST, Tue November 21, 2017
Battle Red Blog 5 hours ago
Has Any Quarterback Been Benched As Much As Brock Osweiler?

Has Any Quarterback Been Benched As Much As Brock Osweiler?

BRB examines the history of Osweiler’s last two years in the NFL. I don’t ask the question that forms the title of this post to be mean. I ask it because after reading that the Broncos have decided to make yet another change at quarterback, I am genuinely curious. Consider the following: After taking over for an injured Peyton Manning in 2015, Brock Osweiler was sent back to the bench by Gary Kubiak in the Broncos’ regular season finale. Osweiler remained on the sideline as the Broncos started a playoff run that ended in a Super Bowl victory. Osweiler was reportedly peeved by that...
Broncos Wire 6 hours ago
What comes next for Brock Osweiler after being benched again?

What comes next for Brock Osweiler after being benched again?

Brock Osweiler’s time as a starter in Denver has come to an end. His time as a starter in the NFL is probably over, too. The Broncos will officially announce Wednesday that they will start second-year quarterback Paxton Lynch against the Raiders in Week 12. That means Osweiler is getting benched for the third time in three seasons. In 2015, Osweiler filled in for an injured Peyton Manning for seven games and looked to be the team’s new starter. But after struggling in Denver’s season finale, Osweiler was benched in favor of Manning, who started throughout the playoffs on the way to a...
Broncos Wire 6 hours ago
Report: Broncos plan to name Paxton Lynch starting quarterback

Report: Broncos plan to name Paxton Lynch starting quarterback

After losing a sixth-straight game, the Denver Broncos (3-6) plan to make a change at quarterback, according to ESPN’s Dan Graziano. The Broncos will bench Brock Osweiler this week, opting to start second-year quarterback Paxton Lynch against the Oakland Raiders (4-6). Sunday’s game will mark Lynch’s third career start. Source: The Denver Broncos plan to make a change and start Paxton Lynch at quarterback in Week 12. Announcement is expected Wednesday. https://t.co/cvlZb9hhIM — Dan Graziano (@DanGrazianoESPN) November 21, 2017 Osweiler replaced Trevor Siemian three weeks ago but...
Broncos Wire 12 hours ago
Broncos should start Paxton Lynch in final six games

Broncos should start Paxton Lynch in final six games

The Denver Broncos’ season is over. Broncos fans may be sorry to hear that, but it is the plain and simple truth. That became painfully obvious after the team dropped its sixth game in a row on Sunday, this time to the Cincinnati Bengals, who won in Denver for the first time in 42 years. But that wasn’t the only thing that became obvious. The team hasn’t gotten any better behind Brock Osweiler (shocking, I know) and must now turn to former first-round pick Paxton Lynch to close out the last six games of the season. This seems so obvious that its surprising the move hasn’t already been...
Cincy Jungle Nov 20, 2017
Bengals Bytes (11/20): Getting motivation from the 2016 Packers

Bengals Bytes (11/20): Getting motivation from the 2016 Packers

The Packers started their season 4-6 in 2016, but went on a six-game winning streak to make the playoffs. Vontaze Burfict’s huge game helps lifts the Bengals passed the Broncos. Vontaze Burfict's defensive intensity spurs Bengals to a potential season-shifting win in DenverCincinnati linebacker Vontaze Burfict and Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler spent three seasons as teammates at Arizona State from 2009-11, and in the time since have experienced remarkably different professional trajectories. Osweiler, once projected as a franchise quarterback, parlayed a short stint as a fill-in...
Broncos Wire Nov 19, 2017
Broncos cannot overcome blunders by offense, lose 20-17 to Bengals

Broncos cannot overcome blunders by offense, lose 20-17 to Bengals

Two costly offensive blunders caused the Denver Broncos to lose to the  Cincinnati Bengals, 20-17, increasing its losing streak to six games. Special teams significantly improved over the ghastly performance last week against the New England Patriots. After the Bengals went three-and-out on its first series, Kevin Huber’s punt was blocked by Shaquil Barrett, giving the Broncos excellent field position at the Bengals 29-yard line. On third-and-three at the Bengals’ four-yard line, quarterback Brock Osweiler laser-passed directly to Bengals cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick instead of intended...
Mile High Report Nov 19, 2017
Broncos-Bengals first quarter update: Denver is leading to start the second quarter!

Broncos-Bengals first quarter update: Denver is leading to start the second quarter!

The Denver Broncos are overcoming their mistakes and lead the Cincinnati Bengals 7-6 after one quarter of play. The Cincinnati Bengals won the coin toss and elected to give the Denver Broncos offense the ball first knowing Denver has been outscored 55-9 in the first quarter during their five-game losing streak. Brock Osweiler lined up for a quick count for an inside hand off to C.J. Anderson for a nice gain, which was immediately wiped out by Allen Barbre holding call. On first and 20, Osweiler handed off to Anderson again for a seven yard gain. On second down, Osweiler hit Emmanuel Sanders...
Broncos Wire Nov 19, 2017
Trevor Siemian among Broncos' inactives against Bengals

Trevor Siemian among Broncos' inactives against Bengals

The Denver Broncos have released their list of inactive players for Week 11 against the Cincinnati Bengals. Here are the players who will not be participating in the AFC contest: Trevor Siemian, QB: This is the former starter’s first game on the inactive list. His early season struggles were well documented, and he likely won’t get another shot to be active barring injuries to either Brock Osweiler or Paxton Lynch. Jeff Heuerman, TE: Heuerman has been battling a knee injury, and the Broncos are already thin at the tight end position. While none of Denver’s tight ends have stood out,...
Broncos Wire Nov 18, 2017
Broncos QB Trevor Siemian expected to be inactive for Week 11

Broncos QB Trevor Siemian expected to be inactive for Week 11

All signs point to Paxton Lynch being the Broncos’ No. 2 quarterback this week, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. That means starter Brock Osweiler will be backed up by Lynch and Trevor Siemian will be inactive. Coach Vance Joseph said after practice Friday that the team would only dress two quarterbacks for Sunday’s game against the Bengals but he did not reveal if Lynch or Siemian would be the backup. If Lynch is the No. 2 quarterback as expected, Siemian will be a healthy scratch for the first time since his rookie season in 2015. Siemian won the team’s starting job in 2016...
Cincy Jungle Nov 18, 2017
Bengals at Broncos: Odds, expert picks, analysis, predictions for NFL Week 11

Bengals at Broncos: Odds, expert picks, analysis, predictions for NFL Week 11

The Bengals are viewed as slight underdogs as they get set to take on the struggling Broncos in Denver. The Bengals and Broncos have stumbled there way to 3-6 records. Both teams have looked down right bad for the past two weeks, and it’s reflected in the way the experts picked the game, and how the oddsmakers placed the lines. The Broncos seems to be the favorite this week, but that just seems to be because they’re the home team. Maybe if they had someone aside from Brock Osweiler throwing the ball they’d be a more solid favorite, but at this point, it seems like this game could go...
Cincy Jungle Nov 17, 2017
NFL Week 11: Bengals vs Broncos Madden simulation

NFL Week 11: Bengals vs Broncos Madden simulation

We simulate the Bengals vs Broncos in Madden to try and figure out the winner of this showdown of teams with a 3-6 record. The Bengals have a surprisingly tough matchup this coming week against a Broncos team that has been struggling. Denver recently went back to Brock Osweiler as their starting quarterback and their defense has been sputtering. Even when all that is considered, this will be a tough game for the Bengals. The Broncos’ defense will be tough for the Bengals to score on with their elite cornerbacks and improved run defense thanks to former Bengals nose tackle Domata Peko...
Mile High Report Nov 16, 2017
Denver Broncos and Cincinnati Bengals injury report: Osweiler back, ready to start Sunday

Denver Broncos and Cincinnati Bengals injury report: Osweiler back, ready to start Sunday

The shoulder/chest injury is over. It looks like all the quarterback injuries have disappeared and practice was back to normal for Brock Osweiler and Paxton Lynch. Osweiler took the first-team reps as expected, and Lynch was with the twos. What we saw of practice today Brock Osweiler was throwing with plenty of zip. So as Vance Joseph/Osweiler said yesterday, no problem with making start Sunday vs. Bengals. #9sports— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) November 16, 2017 “Brock looked fine. He went full today and he had zip on the football, so no issues there,” coach Vance Joseph said. The...
Mile High Report Nov 16, 2017
Are the Broncos coaches on their way out already?

Are the Broncos coaches on their way out already?

On the MHR Radio podcast, Captain Bronco filled in, and we played a little blame game with the coaches. It has been a tumultuous five weeks for the Denver Broncos. The losses have piled up. Trevor Siemian lost his starting job to Brock Osweiler. The defense has faded in the face of untenable scenarios. Vance Joseph’s leadership has been called into question. Have a listen to @CaptainBronco and I as we break down the #Broncos on the @MileHighReport Radio Podcast. We do some finger pointing, finger wagging, and we even get into #StarWarsTheLastJedi. https://t.co/ryodEoZPOk— Adam...
Mile High Report Nov 16, 2017
Paxton Lynch gets first team reps in practice with Brock Osweiler limited

Paxton Lynch gets first team reps in practice with Brock Osweiler limited

Is Paxton Lynch trending toward a starting job? After being inactive for the entire season, nursing a shoulder injury, Paxton Lynch has jumped up to the second slot in the quarterback depth chart this week. This meant that while Brock Osweiler sat out of all the passing reps in yesterday’s practice with an upper torso injury, (and likely a vet’s day off), Lynch ran with the first team. Did not see Brock Osweiler throw during practice today. Told he has minor chest issue. Still expected to start vs. CIN. One would assume Paxton Lynch would get 1st-team reps today. Wow. #9sports—...
Broncos Wire Nov 16, 2017
Broncos QB Paxton Lynch is finally healthy enough to play

Broncos QB Paxton Lynch is finally healthy enough to play

With starter Brock Osweiler recovering from a shoulder injury, Broncos second-year quarterback Paxton Lynch took first-team reps at practice Wednesday. Osweiler is expected to be ready to start against the Bengals on Sunday and Denver is still deciding if Lynch or Trevor Siemian will be his backup. “Right now, that’s being determined,” coach Vance Joseph said after practice. “We gave Paxton [more] reps today to kind of see where he’s at with his shoulder. He did fine. He threw the ball fine today.” Joseph said the team will decide by the end of the week who will be the team’s...

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