With the Jacksonville Jaguars spiraling into oblivion, we reached out to our friends at Predominantly Orange to ask a few questions about how easily the Denver Broncos will defeat the home team this week.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are apparently incapable of beating a team with a winning record under Gus Bradley (that is not hyperbole – he has literally never beaten a winning team), so there isn’t much hope heading into this Sunday’s matchup with the Denver Broncos.
More from Jacksonville Jaguars News
- Derek Carr immediately makes Jaguars vs. Saints 2023 away game Must-Watch TV
- Jacksonville Jaguars fortify secondary in 4-round 2023 Post-Combine NFL Mock Draft
- Jacksonville Jaguars RT Jawaan Taylor expected to have massive market in 2023 NFL Free Agency
- Robert Tonyan could be perfect complement to Jacksonville Jaguars TE Evan Engram in 2023 NFL Free Agency
- 5 Jacksonville Jaguars dream targets in 2023 NFL Free Agency
That being said, the game still has to be played and crazier things have happened. The Broncos may have to start a rookie at quarterback and the Jaguars have been playing good defense.
We wanted to get some intel on our opponent so we reached out to Sayre Bedinger over at Predominantly Orange. Here’s what he had to say:
1. Trevor Siemian might not play this week, but he’s been solid so far in his first year as a starter. Is he the answer moving forward or is the plan still to bring Paxton Lynch in at some point?
"The answer might be a little more complicated or gray than some people make it, but I still believe that Paxton Lynch is the long-term solution. Trevor Siemian has certainly out-played his draft status, and has really shown me something this season. There have been some frustrating times as with any young QB, and many Broncos fans have grown restless with Siemian because of the fact that Lynch is sitting on the bench. I have nothing against Siemian, but you can’t help but be excited about the potential of a guy like Lynch."
Sayre’s analysis is about on par with most people, and I tend to agree. The Broncos drafted Lynch to take over eventually because he has tools, particularly arm strength, that you want in a franchise quarterback. Siemian has been better than anyone could have expected though, and I’d be shocked if he was replaced at any point this season.