Guess what guys? The Denver Broncos are making yet another change at quarterback.
On Tuesday, it was announced that the Denver Broncos would be starting 2016 first round pick Paxton Lynch for the team’s matchup against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.
— Denver Post Broncos (@PostBroncos) November 21, 2017
The struggling Broncos have lost six games in a row and that’s in large part because their offense has only managed 18.3 points per game. On Monday, the team fired offensive coordinator Mike McCoy and named Bill Musgrave his replacement.
The team hasn’t seem much from Paxton Lynch since taken him 26th overall in the 2016 NFL Draft. They will get get the opportunity to take a nice, extended look at him and as Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reported, they have a “pared-down game-plan” that starts now.