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Siemian failed to top a 60-percent completion rate either year and bottomed out with a 12:14 TD:INT in 2017. The Broncos understandably wanted to move on this offseason and ultimately found a trade partner in the Vikings, who at the time were already in discussions that led to signing Kirk Cousins to a three-year, fully guaranteed $84 million contract. While Siemian no longer has the chance to compete for a starting job while inhabiting the same roster as Cousins, he shouldn't have much trouble fending off the other signal-callers on the roster in order to claim the backup role in Minnesota. Read Past Outlooks
$Signed a one-year, $2 million contract with the Jets in March of 2019.
Will back up Darnold
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
A seventh-round pick in 2015, Siemian beat out 2016 first-round pick Paxton Lynch for the starting job last year. Despite a non-throwing shoulder injury that cost him a game, Siemian was serviceable in his first 10 games, throwing 15 touchdowns while averaging 7.4 YPA. A foot injury slowed him down the stretch, as he missed another game and finished with three TDs in the last four contests while posting a 6.2 YPA. Siemian entered training camp in a battle with Lynch for a second straight year, and once again the veteran emerged victorious. Siemian will have to learn a new offense with the arrival of head coach Vance Joseph and offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, but the third-year quarterback will again have two excellent receivers in Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders to target and will start for a defense-first team that likely won't ask the quarterback to do much more than not make mistakes.
Siemian earned Denver's starting gig after beating out veteran Mark Sanchez and rookie Paxton Lynch during the preseason. In three exhibition appearances, including two starts, Siemian completed 62.7 percent of his passes, throwing for 285 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. A seventh-round pick last year, Siemian was active for one game as a rookie, but has yet to throw a regular season pass. Nonetheless, after impressing enough during the buildup to Week 1, Siemian's first career start will come in Week 1 in a Super Bowl rematch against the Panthers.
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Siemian was just 4-of-8 for three yards passing in Friday's preseason win over Seattle.