After loss to Chiefs, Joseph might make a QB change. "Anything's possible," he said.(Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Joseph's tune was different Monday night, following his team's five turnovers and the Broncos' third consecutive loss. After praising his team's defense and running game, Joseph said, "It all falls back to turning the ball over five times. That's insane."
Elway pleased with effort, will evaluate quarterback "and see what happens"(Mike Klis, 9 News)
"The effort's there,'' Elway said, as he walked out of Arrowhead Stadium following the Broncos' 29-19 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. "And the defense had a great day. This isn't because of lack of effort. They're playing really hard. We've just got to stop shooting ourselves in the foot.''
Ultimately Siemian will pay price for Broncos' miscues, including his own(Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
They spent much of the 2016 season saying that their true mettle would surface, but it never really did in a 9-7 finish that was their first playoff miss since the 2010 season.
Broncos defense keeps Chiefs in check in another tough loss(Dave Skretta, Associated Press)*
The league's best unit did just about everything it could to keep the Kansas City Chiefs' dynamic offense in check Monday night, and the result was a tight game into the fourth quarter. *