Broncos still not saying who will start at QB
Nov. 30, 2019
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Broncos coach Vic Fangio still isn´t saying who will start at quarterback against the Los Angeles Chargers this weekend even though he said rookie Drew Lock played well while taking three-fourths of the snaps with the starters at practice this week.
Fangio says he still wants to look at the practice film of Lock and Brandon Allen, who has gone 1-2 as Denver´s starting QB since Joe Flacco went on injured reserve after eight games with a neck injury.
The Broncos (3-8), who have had a worse record after 11 games just three times in their 60-year history, all in the AFL days in the 1960s, host the Chargers (4-7) Sunday at Empower Field at Mile High.
Fangio said it´s 50-50 whether Von Miller (knee) will play. Miller hasn´t missed a game since Super Bowl 48.
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