Against all odds, Brock Osweiler might be a starting quarterback again.
The Broncos' quarterback situation is a mess, and it was never more apparent than last night in their 29-19 loss to the Chiefs. Trevor Siemian was downright awful, going 19-of-36 for 198 yards and one touchdown, while also throwing three interceptions.
Head coach Vance Joseph was not happy, and he appeared non-committal on whether or not Siemian would get the start against the 7-1 Eagles this Sunday.
"I'm going to watch the film [Monday] night and [Tuesday], like most coaches would do, and see,'' Joseph said after the game, per ESPN. "[Monday] our defense played winning football in my opinion, our offensive line blocked, we ran the ball for 177 [yards] and the pass pro was better. It all fell back to turning the ball over five times, that's insane.''
According to Ian Rapoport, we could see Brock Osweiler back on the field again:
If you'll remember, Osweiler took over for Peyton Manning during the 2015 season for the last half of the season, but was eventually benched for the playoffs. From there, Osweiler signed a massive deal with the Texans and took over as starting QB for the 2016 season, and this offseason he was traded to the Browns for virtually nothing and subsequently released.
Osweiler is not a good quarterback—and even that might be overselling it—but the Broncos don't really appear to have a choice after losing three straight following a 3-1.