27. Denver Broncos (21)
Just when it seemed like the Denver Broncos couldn’t hit a new low, Vance Joseph’s squad may have hit rock bottom following Sunday’s loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Heading into the game, the Broncos’ defense was considered to be one of the best in the league when looking at some of their impressive performances from the first half of the regular season, but just like year ago, the offense was still a major reason for concern.
With Trevor Siemian proving that he’s not ready to be a starter at the NFL level, Denver was hoping to see a change at quarterback to Brock Osweiler would finally provide the offense with the necessary spark to get this team back on the winning track. But just like Siemian, the debate can be made that not even Osweiler is capable of handling a starting role when seeing how much he struggled against the Eagles’ defense.
From his fake handoffs that didn’t fool anyone to tossing two interceptions, Osweiler reminded football fans of the quarterback from the 2016 season that looked pathetic as a member of the Houston Texans. With four losses in a row heading into a tough meeting against a well-rested team in the New England Patriots, the Broncos are in deep trouble, especially when it comes to the offense.