Trevor Siemian has forced people to take notice.
When you start the season as great as he has, you don’t give them a choice. The Denver Broncos quarterback has been phenomenal on third down and in the end zone. Siemian has been the leader of the best offense fans have seen in at least two seasons. With him at quarterback, the Broncos offense has been balanced, methodical and fun to watch. Coupled with the play calling of offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, you have a duo with oodles of potential.
Thus the question fans have had on their minds since the Week Two flogging of the Dallas Cowboys: How good will Siemian be in the future? In other words, have we only scratched the surface of what he can do in the NFL? On Friday’s The Afternoon Drive, Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro tackled this question with a great and insightful debate.
What’s clear at this point after two weeks of Denver’s season is there is a ton of love in Broncos Country for Siemian, and now is a great time to ask this question given that excitement and the first road test of the season with the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
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