Welcome to Bad Quarterback Performance Of The Week, a recurring feature in which we celebrate the worst quarterback play the NFL has to offer.
That was the worst game of Trevor Siemian’s season, and it might be his last. In a 29-19 loss to the Chiefs that felt like even more of a blowout than that score suggests, Siemian threw for 198 yards on 19-of-36 passing, and tossed three interceptions. And I do not use the verb “tossed” lightly; he may as well have…
Denver Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian injured his left shoulder after Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Clinton McDonald sacked him in today’s game.
Denver Broncos QB Trevor Siemian was calm, composed, and cool Thursday night as he helped his team beat the Carolina Panthers, 21-20. Most importantly, however, he was poised.
As far as first career NFL starts go, Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian acquitted himself well. In fact, if you’ll allow me to be the annoying amateur football analyst in your office real quick, I’ll say that Siemian’s pedestrian box score—18-of-26, 178 yards, one touchdown, two picks—doesn’t tell the whole story.