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Old 12-11-2016, 01:52 PM   #1
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Improving every week behind a sieve OL. we're watching him grow these past 2 starts. he brought Denver back and threw a dime in OT that was ultimately dropped. Threw another dim in this one on 2nd and long for the go-ahead TD that was dropped--this playing on basically 1 foot.

I've been impressed with his decision-making skills and the physical skills are obviously there.

anyone else optimistic about Siemian?

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Old 12-11-2016, 01:59 PM   #2
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Watching him a lot of his sacks and pressures are because he just doesn't know where to go with the ball. He will get a lot better. I don't know what his ceiling is but I look for him to have a good 10-12 year career whether he is starting or a back-up.
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Old 12-11-2016, 02:04 PM   #3
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Improving every week behind a sieve OL. we're watching him grow these past 2 starts. he brought Denver back and threw a dime in OT that was ultimately dropped. Threw another dim in this one on 2nd and long for the go-ahead TD that was dropped--this playing on basically 1 foot.

I've been impressed with his decision-making skills and the physical skills are obviously there.

anyone else optimistic about Siemian?

PS, loads of posters on ignore so the obvious troll posts will probably go unresponded to.
Yeah, I really like how he looks. Throwing 50 times a game with a rook QB just isn't a winning game plan. But without being able to run, we get what we get.
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I'm starting to think Siemian is our QB1 next year.
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he looks like the guy to me. this team needs an oline and new coaches on offense
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He deserves better than the **** he has around him.

Kubiak officially needs to relinquish control of the offense, he should be ashamed of the unit he's put out there.
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Improving every week behind a sieve OL. we're watching him grow these past 2 starts. he brought Denver back and threw a dime in OT that was ultimately dropped. Threw another dim in this one on 2nd and long for the go-ahead TD that was dropped--this playing on basically 1 foot.

I've been impressed with his decision-making skills and the physical skills are obviously there.

anyone else optimistic about Siemian?

PS, loads of posters on ignore so the obvious troll posts will probably go unresponded to.
He can definitely get better, but he's doing good so far. Imagine if they did have a running game and an offensive line that can block? Also, he doesn't have a security blanket TE and a good 3rd WR on this team. Fowler's balls dropped the past two weeks killed this team.

Problem is, will he be David Carred by then?
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I'm pulling a 180 on Trevor.

He's still streaky, but you can't deny that he's playing balls out in the 4th quarter of football games lately. I'd like to see what he can do with a revamped offensive line, an actual NFL caliber starting TE, and a true starting caliber RB.

I think you can win with him with if you get more weapons and as he gets more experience.
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Improving every week behind a sieve OL. we're watching him grow these past 2 starts. he brought Denver back and threw a dime in OT that was ultimately dropped. Threw another dim in this one on 2nd and long for the go-ahead TD that was dropped--this playing on basically 1 foot.

I've been impressed with his decision-making skills and the physical skills are obviously there.

anyone else optimistic about Siemian?

PS, loads of posters on ignore so the obvious troll posts will probably go unresponded to.
He just went against the 26th ranked defense and scored only 13 points. And lets not forget Lynch did this same thing against ATL where he was throwing against a prevent defense.

Those are PREVENT DEFENSE numbers!!!
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They need to draft OL. Hopefully there will be good ones coming out. Might be nice to not pick last every round for once
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I'm pulling a 180 on Trevor.

He's still streaky, but you can't deny that he's playing balls out in the 4th quarter of football games lately. I'd like to see what he can do with a revamped offensive line, an actual NFL caliber starting TE, and a true starting caliber RB.

I think you can win with him with if you get more weapons and as he gets more experience.
Prevent defense LMAO!!!
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if lynch started this game we lose by 30. get over it. spinning on your thumb like a child, only wanting what he doesn't have. some fans are basically the cleveland browns front office
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He just went against the 26th ranked defense and scored only 13 points. And lets not forget Lynch did this same thing against ATL where he was throwing against a prevent defense.

Those are PREVENT DEFENSE numbers!!!
Down two scores in the 3rd and one score in the fourth is not prevent defense. Lebeau was bringing the Blitz.

Thats not prevent.
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They need to draft OL. Hopefully there will be good ones coming out. Might be nice to not pick last every round for once
We have to hit on a lot of picks and spend money in FA.

Realistically, we need new starters at RB, TE, LG, RG, RT, and a quick twitch slot receiver.
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I think he looks great. I think a lot of his deficiencies in the first half of games are due to Kubiak's mentality of playing conservative until they need a score. People keep blaming Siemian for this but Kubiak has allways had this problem with teams, even with the great Peyton Manning last year.
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They need to draft OL. Hopefully there will be good ones coming out. Might be nice to not pick last every round for once
I don't think they should. The front office can't draft for **** when it comes to OL. Better to fill other spots and pick them up in free agency and trade.
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Down two scores in the 3rd and one score in the fourth is not prevent defense. Lebeau was bringing the Blitz.

Thats not prevent.
coldcity doesn't actually know what that term means, just like he doesn't know much of anything else.
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I'd like to see how he progresses next season. He's earned the right
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Improving every week behind a sieve OL. we're watching him grow these past 2 starts. he brought Denver back and threw a dime in OT that was ultimately dropped. Threw another dim in this one on 2nd and long for the go-ahead TD that was dropped--this playing on basically 1 foot.

I've been impressed with his decision-making skills and the physical skills are obviously there.

anyone else optimistic about Siemian?

PS, loads of posters on ignore so the obvious troll posts will probably go unresponded to.
Been optimistic since TC. TS is improving and if the running game gets going, this team can do damage in the playoffs...
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He has no running game or offensive line. I think he's doing great considering.
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I'm starting to see a high quality NFL QB emerging here. But we need to build an offense overall or it doesn't matter. We have a terrible OL, TEs, and RBs, and more to the point we have the worst offensive coaching staff in the league. I was down on Siemian earlier this year, but we are losing in spite of his play lately, not because of it.
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Siemian looks like he could be an elite QB with a decent line and running game.

Oh and a real offense.
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I'm starting to see a high quality NFL QB emerging here. But we need to build an offense overall or it doesn't matter. We have a terrible OL, TEs, and RBs, and more to the point we have the worst offensive coaching staff in the league. I was down on Siemian earlier this year, but we are losing in spite of his play lately, not because of it.
yeah, this is about where I see it too.
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He played with fire and determination, he delivered the ball where it needed to be but we have a few drops that hurt our chances, none bigger than fowler's
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I don't think they should. The front office can't draft for **** when it comes to OL. Better to fill other spots and pick them up in free agency and trade.
I dont care if they draft them , sign them in FA, kidnap them, and/or genetically engineer them in a lab but they need to get somebody. The current guys are buns.
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