The Denver Broncos open the season hosting the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 1 on Monday Night Football. Fans will see a new, improved version of quarterback Trevor Siemian.
At least, that’s what Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller thinks.
So, how much improvement should we expect?
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Miller is a pretty candid guy and believes what he says. But this seems like a bit of a stretch. Though, if Siemian is truly two times better than last season, that would be incredible.
In his 14 games played, Siemian completed 59.5 percent of his passes for 3,401 yards, 18 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
There is drastic room for improvement. Siemian could stand to add some more touchdowns, and completing more passes would be ideal. He has two of the most talented receivers in the league, Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders, to help make that happen.
Should Siemian and Co. really turn heads this fall, the Broncos would be a team to beat. Not much gets by Miller and his defense, which allowed just 18.6 points on average to their opposition last year.