Though the Broncos have struggled in recent weeks, Trevor Siemian has been on a tear. Since Week 8, he ranks third in the NFL in passing yards per game. Only Tom Brady and Washington's Kirk Cousins rank higher. He impressed Quarterbacks Coach and Passing Game Coordinator Greg Knapp with his play against Tennessee, even as he was impacted by an injured left foot. But Bill Belichick's defenses tend to find ways to harrass opposing quarterbacks, and defensive back Devin McCourty is a playmaker on whom Belichick can depend. Siemian, who threw the ball 51 times against Tennessee, must avoid mistakes and find ways to make big plays in order for the Broncos to come away with a win against the AFC's current No. 1 seed.