Broncos QB Trevor Siemian out for season with shoulder injury


Broncos QB Trevor Siemian out for season with shoulder injury

Joseph said the Broncos would like to see more snaps from Lynch, who's been a major disappointment after general manager John Elway moved up in the 2016 National Football League draft to pick him in the first round.

Siemian began the season as the team's starter, but after struggling through the middle of the season he was benched in favor of Brock Osweiler. "There's obviously a major decision moving into the off-season".

The severity of Williams' concussion is unknown, but Indianapolis head coach Chuck Pagano mentioned that Williams was back with the team at the end of the game. "They had to do it as well and we just didn't execute toward the end of the game like we need to".

Once again, Osweiler has come in in relief of Siemian, and he's been doing a standup job so far.

Denver comes out in the shotgun formation, with three wide receivers - one to the left, and twins to the right - and one tight end, Jeff Heuerman, lined up in a three-point stance next to left tackle Garett Bolles. He also ran for an 18-yard TD.

Joseph acknowledged he has mixed feelings about the Broncos finding their footing this month.

"I don't think there are a lot of players that like Thursday night games, Vinatieri said". "We're going to have a staff meeting on Monday morning and kind of see who's best for us".

In the third quarter, the Colts lost linebackers Jeremiah George (neck) and Jon Bostic (knee), and right guard Denzelle Good left with a knee injury.

On the ensuing possession, the Broncos went 75 yards on 11 plays. It's not flawless. We have to fix some things in the off-season, but it's a special group of people here.

"I was a little kid having fun tonight", Osweiler said. "He needs multiple carries to get going and you can see what he can do", Joseph said. OLB Shane Ray tweeted that he had the pins removed from his wrist that he injured in the preseason and should be OK to play against the Redskins.