Denver Broncos: Week Two Players To Watch
All eyes turn to Denver Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian. Siemian’s decision making took a significant step forward last Monday night against the Los Angeles Chargers. Pocket presence, mobility and anticipating a receiver’s route became a plus. The awareness of Siemian anticipating both Melvin Ingram’s and Joey Bosa’s pass rush became a sight to see.
In college, Bosa made a living in the backfield with Siemian while at Ohio State. Siemian is not the same quarterback during the Northwestern days. The now captain of the Denver Broncos is facing a secondary without Orlando Scandrick. Defense is not the strong suit of the Dallas Cowboys. Siemian will have to worry about the pass rush if Menelik Watson’s play at right tackle continues. However, the secondary has holes and can expose their weaknesses.
Siemian will look to get Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders involved more in the offense. The confidence of Siemian is now sky high. If Siemian is to be the franchise quarterback and earn a contract extension, it was a great first statement.