Broncos fans boo first-round quarterback off the field

Garett Bolles

"We didn't move the ball at all", said Broncos coach Vance Joseph of his starting offense.

On Saturday, Lynch went 6-for-11 for 24 yards and a pick while Kelly had 177 yards on 14-of-21 passing for two touchdowns and an interception.

"It's really more about what Chad's done, honestly".

In the Broncos' preseason opener Saturday against the Minnesota Vikings, Kelly again threw two touchdown passes, and had a third drive end one yard from another score, while Lynch's play was disappointing. But Chad, he's played well.

After Cousins' single series - one in which he didn't have to face Von Miller - Siemian led Minnesota on three scoring drives, most notably a screen pass to Roc Thomas that beat the blitz for a 78-yard score.

"Obviously disappointed, but he understands that it's a performance business", Joseph told reporters. After all, you don't pay a man $84 million dollars to get knocked out of the first round of the playoffs. He understands that. It's a performance league. He's played with poise, he's played with confidence. He moved the ball for us on Saturday night. But when it comes to picking quarterbacks?

"Obviously I'm upset", he said.

While the Vikings had enormous success last season under quarterback Case Keenum, the case could be made that the Vikes had reached their ceiling with the undrafted quarterback out of Houston. Whether it's out here on the field or it's in the film room, I've got to make sure I stay on top of it. Plus, it's not like the Broncos - valued at $2.5 billion by Forbes - are short on cash. It was Kelly who looked like a backup-caliber quarterback, but considering how much the Broncos initially invested in Lynch, it wasn't clear if they'd be willing to demote him so early in the preseason. "I'm excited about this upcoming week and for all of us to kind of gel together and keep working hard".

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