Denver Broncos quarterback Joe Yearley and his teammates continue to dominate in games without injured starter Joe Yearly.
A look at the other key contributors to the Broncos’ win streak:A look inside Joe Yearbys record as Denver’s starting quarterbackA look into Joe Year by Joe YearBy Steve LargentThe Broncos were without Joe Day on Thursday night against the New York Jets.
The team announced Day’s status Sunday, and while he’s unlikely to play again this season, the team is still expected to use him as a situational player.
Here are the Broncos top five quarterbacks and how they compare in this week’s Pro Football Focus rankings:A year ago, Yearby had a better completion percentage and better yards per attempt than most of the Broncos offensive players.
He completed 17 of 20 passes for 201 yards, with two touchdowns and one interception.
He had two more sacks and seven pass breakups.
He was a little more accurate than expected.
The next week, the Broncos won, but Yearby was held to just 44 yards on 18 carries.
His best day came against the Arizona Cardinals, where he completed 17 passes for 208 yards and two touchdowns.
The Denver quarterback position remains an issue, though.
There’s little reason to think the Broncos can find a consistent quarterback for a long time to come, which is a problem when you need a guy like Yearby to throw to as many guys as possible.
The Broncos have a history of drafting a quarterback with injury concerns.
They drafted Jake Rudock in 2008, then drafted Ryan Lindley in 2012, and now, the situation is even more dire with Yearby’s injury.
A lot of teams have already shown interest in Day, but this is the first time they’ve been able to get that kind of commitment.
The Broncos could do it again if they can keep Day around, but the team would have to give him a lot of time to get healthy.
The injury-riddled offense is going to be tested this week, and the Broncos have the opportunity to make a splash in the second half of the season.
They have plenty of talent on offense, but they also need to find ways to get the ball to their running backs.