What Broncos Should Expect from Starting QB Favorite Mark Sanchez

July 25, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With training camps finally opening their doors, we're at the dawn of the football season. As of this very second, the quarterback situation for the Denver Broncos, who are coming off a Super Bowl victory, is still unsettled.
Right now, it's a three-way battle between Mark Sanchez, who was traded for this offseason from the Philadelphia Eagles; Trevor Siemian, a second-year seventh-round pick; and Paxton Lynch, a rookie. With Sanchez and Lynch in their first years with Gary Kubiak, it's hard to hand them the keys to the Cadillac that is the Broncos franchise, but they seem to be the consensus top options for a 16-game season.
Even in the preseason, Siemian has looked like a less than stellar passer, displaying little upside in either arm strength or efficiency. With Sanchez being the veteran, many assumed he'd get the first crack at the starting job before eventually transitioning to the inexperienced rookie, and if you believe Sanchez's new teammates, many would indeed ...

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