No. 7 – Trevor Siemian
Trevor Siemian had some big shoes to fill in during the 2016 season. Replacing a legend in Peyton Manning is something he most likely will not be able to do.
The biggest thing for me in regards to him is to just control and manage the game and let the defense do its job.
I have to say that he did a solid job in doing that.
Siemain finished his first season as starter playing 14 games. In those games, he recorded 3,401 yards passing and a 18/10 touchdown to interception ratio.
The yards to me were impressive. The TD/INT ratio could have been better. But I did not expect much from him.
He exceed my expectations. He did enough to get the Broncos to an 8-6 record as a starter. Not a lot of people gave him enough credit.
Whatever happens to him in 2017 will be completely be up to how he performs in training camp. But here’s hoping he is given a fair chance to show that he has the qualities to do well in the NFL.