Trevor Siemian is keeping his starting quarterback job as the Denver Broncos try to end a slump that has plunged them to depths not seen in a quarter century.
Coach Vance Joseph said Monday that benching Siemian isn’t the solution for the problems that have resulted in just one touchdown in their past 35 possessions.
The Broncos (3-3) were blanked 21-0 by the Chargers on Sunday, snapping their 394-game scoring streak that dated to Nov. 30, 1992. It was the longest active streak in the NFL and second-longest in league history.
Denver has managed just 16, 10, 16 and zero points in its past four games. Joseph said the blame falls on everyone, not just Siemian.