Vance Joseph on Broncos QB trouble: “Right now, everything is being explored”

The Denver Broncos aren’t ready to name a new starting quarterback, but a decision could be coming soon.

Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said Monday he's still mulling a QB change. (Jake Roth/USA Today Sports)
Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said Monday he’s still mulling a QB change. (Jake Roth/USA Today Sports)

The Denver Broncos aren’t ready to name a new starting quarterback, but a decision could be coming soon. A day after Trevor Siemian was picked off three times in a loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, head coach Vance Joseph told Orange & Blue 760 AM that the team is exploring its options at the position.



The Nuggets closed a 23-point gap against New York but it wasn’t enough to win

The Knicks beat the Denver Nuggets 116-110 on Monday night.

By Jeffrey Bernstein, Associated Press

NEW YORK — A 23-point third quarter lead vanished in less than six minutes, before Kristaps Porzingis and Tim Hardaway Jr. combined to make sure that the deficit was short-lived.

Porzingis scored a career-high 38 points and Hardaway Jr., who re-signed with New York as a free agent for $71 million, scored all 13 of his points in the fourth quarter to help the Knicks beat the Denver Nuggets 116-110 on Monday night.


It’s time for the Broncos to move on from Trevor Siemian as the starting QB

Siemian’s performance against the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football, which came in a 29-19 Denver loss, was atrocious.

Trevor Siemian threw three awful interceptions Monday in a loss to the Chiefs. (Denny Medley/USA Today Sports)
Trevor Siemian threw three awful interceptions Monday in a loss to the Chiefs. (Denny Medley/USA Today Sports)

It’s time to end the Trevor Siemian experiment at quarterback. It was a nice story — the seventh-round pick beats out the first-round pick two years in a row. It really was. Siemian deserved the gig, too. But no more.


The infamous “and twins” Coors commercial is 15 years old — here’s how it came to be

This is a story about two guys, their “man cave of a love song” Coors commercial, how it was inconvenient for Pete Coors’ Senate run — and twins.

Aaron Evanson, left, and John Godsey are pictured here on a commercial shoot in 2002. (Courtesy of Aaron Evanson)
Aaron Evanson, left, and John Godsey are pictured here on a commercial shoot in 2002. (Courtesy of Aaron Evanson)

Aaron Evanson and John Godsey were making the three-hour trip from Indianapolis to Chicago in the fall of 2001 when they hatched the idea to rhyme “friends” with “twins.”