Week 11: at Chicago Bears
After two losses in a row and an injured Peyton Manning, Gary Kubiak did not have much of a choice but to start Brock Osweiler. It would be the first meaningful game the Arizona State quarterback has ever started.
This proved to be quite a great game as Brock Osweiler led the Broncos to a 17-15 win at Soldier Field against the former coach John Fox.
Now we have Ian St. Clair, who covered this game for us in Week 11 in the Fanzone.
“The best moment of the Broncos-Bears game was seeing how professional Brock Osweiler was. In the most pressure-packed situation of his life, he conducted himself like a protege of Peyton Manning. You would have never known it was his first career start in the NFL.”
“And that did not go away over the course of the game, no matter what the Broncos faced. That would play out as a theme for this team as it heads to Super Bowl 50. The ending of the Bears game was eerily similar to that of the AFC Championship Game.”
MVP of Bears Game:
“It is not a leap to see who the MVP of that game was: Brock Osweiler. He did what was asked of him and what the offense needed- made smart decisions with the football, got the other 10 guys in the right play and didn’t turn the ball over.”
“It helped to make some plays too. For the game, he finished 20-of-27 passing for 250 yards with two touchdowns. The most important stat? No turnovers.”
Next: Week 12 with Chris Voss