Coming off a Super Bowl 50 victory, with a retired Peyton Manning and several valuable players leaving the Mile High City for free agency, the expectations were low for the Denver Broncos nationally. However, in Denver the team and fans were hopeful that a return trip to the big game could be in the cards for this talented squad. After a training camp competition for the starting quarterback job between Mark Sanchez, Trevor Siemian and rookie Paxton Lynch, second-year signal caller Siemian emerged with the starting nod. The calm and collected former Northwestern QB was serviceable for the first two games with a combined 444 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions. It was in Week 3 that he came into his own, throwing for 312 yards and four touchdowns with zero throws to the other team.
Denver’s defense is potentially even better than last year’s version as they are stocked with depth on the line and in the secondary. After just three games, the Broncos are allowing an average of 19 points a game, tied for eighth in the NFL.
With a hot 3-0 start, this Broncos team is focused on another trip to the Super Bowl and is looking to knock out their competition along the way. They will have to face their fellow AFC West opponents two times each, as they have yet to play any of them thus far this season. Broncos Country stretches far and wide, so be sure to secure your Denver Broncos tickets early, as you definitely do not want to miss out on any of the thrilling on-field action this season.