Jamaal Charles, Broncos’ offense flash promise after rusty start vs. Packers

When Trevor Siemian was appointed the Broncos’ starter Monday, he was lauded for his consistency and even temper, for his decision-making under pressure, for his ability to bounce back from errors.

Siemian on Saturday took his first snap as the starter of 2017, with the Broncos’ new-look offensive line in a 20-17 preseason win against Green Bay that was more a gauge of Vance Joseph’s offense than anything else.

The results? These Broncos need work, are still hindered by penalties (11) and have continued troubles on third downs (5-14).

But they have promise with Siemian at the helm.