Trevor Siemian (13-11)
The only QB with double-digit wins since Manning left is a seventh-round pick from Wisconsin. Siemian made 14 starts in 2016 and 12 the following season. Somehow, he found a way to finish with a better than .500 mark as a starter. When you look at the rest of this list, it seems miraculous
Paxton Lynch (1-3)
Denver would love to forget that it wasted a first-round pick on this disaster out of Memphis. He was one of the all-time busts and it is incredible that Paxton Lynch actually picked up one win as a starter.
Drew Lock (8-10)
Drew Lock was hailed as the next great Broncos’ QB when he left Missouri for the NFL. It hasn’t panned out and there are plenty of critics panning him as an NFL QB after two seasons. Lock and Teddy Bridgewater will battle for the starting job … unless Aaron Rodgers somehow turns up in Denver.
Phillip Lindsay (0-1)
It is painful to put the current Houston Texan on this list. He only winds up here because the entire Denver QB room in 2020 wound up on COVID-related list and the Broncos had no one else to start. Lindsay and Hinton wound up seeing much action in a loss to the Saints that was an embarrassment to the franchise.