Well, hello old friend. Back from the dead (i.e. a infamous stint in Cleveland), Denver's
Sunday's game at Philadelphia. The Broncos come in having lost four of five; failing to top 20 points during that span. After turning over the ball five times in last week's loss to Kansas City, Denver is hoping that Osweiler can assist in shoring that up. In one and half years as a starter for Denver (2015) and Houston (2016), Osweiller fumbled nine times and threw 22 interceptions. For the first time since 2012, the Broncos will be catching more than a touchdown with the Eagles currently -8 home chalk.
"When you lose three in a row and how we've lost the football games, again [Monday] on offense with four turnovers, I think everything is for discussion,'' Joseph said. "It's fair to say, right now, everything is being discussed ... It's unfair to your team if you're not discussing that position.''