1. 'The NFL's feel-good story'
Trevor Siemian was an unlikely name to become Peyton Manning's successor, but here he is as the starting quarterback for the reigning Super Bowl champions. Northwestern alum Kayln Kahler dives into Siemian's path from likely real-estate associate to NFL QB.
It may only be Thursday, but it's also gameday for the Broncos! Be sure to tune in tonight for their first game streamed on tnf.twitter.com.
Blessed to be doing what I love today. — Donald Stephenson (@Don59Wayne) October 13, 2016
2. Travel day style
On Wednesday, the Broncos traveled to San Diego in their freshest suits using the United runway as their own personal runway.
**Did Atlanta discover Denver's kryptonite?** (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
It wasn't a revelation or an exotic scheme the Atlanta Falcons unveiled to dice and puncture the Broncos' defense Sunday and give Denver its first loss. Atlanta pulled off several methodical scoring drives by avoiding the Broncos' all-pro cornerbacks and attacking the middle of the field.
**Could Broncos interim coach DeCamillis become a viable head coach?** (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
DeCamillis, a 28-year coaching veteran admit, however, that being a head coach is something that he could see for himself in the future. Thursday could be his audition to the rest of the league that he's a name that deserved interest if an opportunity arises.
**Phillips knows DeCamillis' challenges as substitute teacher **(Mike Klis, 9News)*
When the regular teacher, Gary Kubiak, was out sick this week, the Denver Broncos called in Joe DeCamillis to substitute. His class is filled with NFL players whose assignment is to beat the rival San Diego Chargers this week.*