ENGLEWOOD, Colo.- Denver Broncos (0-3), who caused a big slump in the attack in a season full of injuries, will start their third quarterback in four weeks. Brett Lipien The game starts on Thursday night against the New York Jets.
Broncos manager Big Pangio told the team Tuesday morning that La Pien, who played on the last drive on the Bronx, lost to Tampa Bay hackers on Sunday morning, will set off against the Jets. Rypien said Fangio informed him of the decision on Monday.
Fangio also said there is a chance Jeff DrieskelBuccaneers started playing the game and played against the Jets in some situations.
“You’ll see how the game unfolds,” Fangio said. “You can change it a few times.”
Drew Rock He started Denver’s first two matches but suffered a right shoulder injury against the Pittsburgh Steelers in week 2. He is expected to miss at least two games.
Rypien, nephew of long-time NFL quarterback Mark Rypien, was promoted to active duty in practice last week. He will be the 9th quarterback to start playing on the Broncos since the start of the 2017 season.
The wild horse also signed Blake BottlesIt was Jacksonville Jaguar’s 2014 first-round pick last week, but Fangio said Monday it was “unrealistic” what he expects to be an option to start against the Jets.
Rypien rescues Driskel in a Sunday match with 9 minutes 56 seconds left. He made his first eight passes, but his last attempt was blocked in the end zone when he tried to throw in. Jerry Judy. Rypien finished 8/9 at 53 yards.
Fangio said that on the day Broncos struggled with Buccaneers’ pass rush, Rypien likes the way to get the ball out quickly.
“He ran pretty well there,” Fangio said. “We want to see if it can go on.”
Added attack coordinator Pat Shurmur. “He runs well, has a quick mind and gets the ball out quickly.”
When asked what traits were most helpful when working with the team, Rypien said, “I think fast and get the ball out.”
This move comes as the wild horse’s attack struggles. The team surrendered 13 sacks (both last games), the league’s second allowed tie.
The Bronco also took 30th place in league scores (15 points per game), and 29th place in total attacks (289.3 yards per game) and third downconversion (34.2%). Their quarterback has only 4 touchdown passes this season (1 Lock and 3 Driskel).
Coming to the Broncos as a non-raft rookie in 2019, Rypien spent most of last season on the practice team, and initially signed back after training camp this year, with the Bronx retaining two quarterbacks at Lock and Driskel.
“It was nice to go there for the drive [last Sunday]” said Rypien. “I hope it can be carried over to this Thursday.”