Worst quarterbacks in Denver Broncos history
By Tylor Walden
Case Keenum (2018)
After getting one more chance to prove himself, Vance Joseph entered the 2018 season with hopefully a quarterback that showed a lot of promise in Minnesota. Case Keenum, who has been known as a journeyman player, had his best season in 2017.
He led the Vikings to their best record in almost 20 years and the second seed in the NFC playoffs. He would be just one game away from the Super Bowl, but fell to the eventual champion Eagles.
His numbers interested the Denver Broncos, and they would sign him to a deal the following offseason. But his big-time numbers did not work in Denver.
While he would be the first quarterback since Peyton Manning in 2014 to start all 16 games for the Broncos, he was wildly inconsistent. He would lead the Broncos to a 6-10 record. While he would record a career-high in passing yards in a season, he nearly had the same number of touchdown passes (18) to interceptions (15).