Kubiak on Broncos’ QB race: I’ve seen enough to make a decision (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
Broncos coach Gary Kubiak didn't announce the team's starting quarterback Saturday night, but he said he now has enough information to make a decision.
Is Miller ready to carry the torch as the Broncos’ leader? (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
With so much uncertainty on the offensive side, Denver needs Miller to be the true face and future leader of the team.
Dennison has quietly helped to engineer Broncos history, future (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)*
The former Colorado State tight end and Broncos linebacker owns bachelor's and master's degrees in civil engineering but is a football player and coach through and through. *
Broncos’ defense nasty as ever heading into regular season (Sam Cowhick, BSNDenver.com)
"We didn't like that we gave up all those points," linebacker Brandon Marshall said Saturday night when asked about the loss last week. "We had to bounce back. We bounced back and I think we played well."
What we learned: Siemian gets the job done (NFL.com)*
Siemian ended his night completing 10 of 17 passes for 122 yards, a touchdown and a pick. While nothing about his performance was spectacular, it represented the foundational level of what we expect from a quarterback in this offense. *
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Coach Kubiak’s victory speech: Rams game (DenverBroncos.com)*
Head Coach Gary Kubiak addresses the team following the Broncos 17-9 victory over the Rams, in the third preseason game of the year. *
'Very calm' steadies offense (Andrew Mason)
What set up the series was Siemian's unruffled demeanor. He didn't mope. He didn't panic. He simply stepped into the huddle and oozed confidence. The offense responded from there.
From the pocket: Siemian, Lynch react to reps (Aric DiLalla)
Not bad for a second career start, but Siemian still had plenty of critiques for himself after Denver's 17-9 win on Saturday night over the Los Angeles Rams.
Watson shows urgency with big night vs. Rams (Ben Swanson)
Since the preseason opener in Chicago, Watson has lit up the stat sheet, recording four sacks, one safety and one forced fumble. In each game, the Broncos' opponents have not been able to stop Watson from getting his hands on their quarterbacks and taking them to the ground.
Running back competition heats up (Caroline Deisley)
The depth in the running backs room is creating one of the most interesting position battles on the roster with a veteran who understands the weight of what's on the line and a rookie who's improving rapidly.