Paxton Lynch named starter for Denver Broncos, per reports

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Via multiple reports, head coach Vance Joseph informed the team's three quarterbacks on Tuesday that Paxton Lynch, the team's first-round draft pick in 2016, will start this week against the Oakland Raiders.

Sunday will apparently be that point. The Broncos are known to dominate the victory between the two however their current turnover margin of -16 is one of the main reasons why they're now 3-7 and why quarterback Trevor Siemian and offensive coordinator Mike McCoy were replaced by Osweiler and Bill Musgrave respectively.

Siemian was benched earlier this month for Brock Osweiler, and Osweiler hasn't been much better: starting the last three games, Osweiler hasn't completed more than 55 percent of his passes in any game and has three touchdowns and four interceptions.

Last year's first-round draft pick is already teetering toward the bust category, but he'll have one last chance to prove John Elway didn't waste a pick when he starts on Sunday against the Oakland Raiders. "While I was in the training room watching from the inside out, it was just a big emphasis for me being on my iPad the whole time since I couldn't be out there getting the reps". Osweiler went 0-3 as the starter.

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However, days before that injury, Joseph had already announced that Trevor Siemian would be the team's starting quarterback to open the season.

"It's been tough", Lynch said last week. I would have said that right when I got hurt.

The Broncos, who have lost six straight games, fired offensive coordinator Mike McCoy on Monday and promoted Bill Musgrave to replace him in the position.

In a season full of accusations of quitting, not caring and just being flat out soft, Anderson's postgame demeanor should serve as a reminder to all; you don't care more than they do.