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against the Raiders? Here are 3 of the more memorable conversations I’ve had during or after the game:Losing isn’t that bad since draft positionThis was a debate a bunch of the Mile High Report crew got into during halftime after Brandon McManus missed another long field goal. The game was 17-0 Raiders but didn’t look that close Bradley Chubb Jersey , if I’m being honest.There was three arguments being made. 1. It’s the Raiders, screw draft position its a lottery ticket at best regardless. 2. Just lose, baby.3. I’m just here so I won’t get fined. How it goes, it goes.These debates turned into a QB discussion, which got me thinking that its probably time I finally start digging into the 2019 QB crop to see what’s really out there. Normally I put off college scouting until after the season’s over, but its been over for a couple weeks now in all reality. Would this team be better if they had kept Trevor Siemian? I started this, but I swear I wasn’t trolling. Right after Keenum threw his first pick I thought about that huge cap number and wondered if $20 million would have been better spent on keeping Aqib Talib or signing a safety to play over Darian Stewart (like Eric Reid who’s playing for less than $1.5 million). Easy to say what if now and Keenum has been markedly better than Siemian, but 20 times better is a bit of a stretch at best.You don’t need to pay franchise money to see a guy throw into triple coverage. Luckily the Keenum deal only runs for one more season and it’s beyond likely that the veteran will serve as little more than a bridge to a rookie next year. There’s been talk of Flacco out there but I can’t see Elway eating $10 million to give another $15 M+ to a QB who’s average at best. Still, 15 touchdowns to 12 interceptions and two 30-year old Hall of Fame talents may push the Duke to make a big move for a signal caller. Woof. Will Elway can Joseph on Christmas? I put the odds at 10%, but that could be optimistic considering the short week. So I figured I’d ask Broncos Country: how long does he have after Denver gets curb stomped by the Chargers next week?Your Broncos LinksIf you want a good laugh today, check out this thread:Denver Broncos secure first back-to-back losing season since 1971 - Mile High ReportDenver Broncos: 5 things learned in 27-14 loss to the Oakland Raiders - Mile High ReportBroncos: Futures of Vance Joseph, Case Keenum in peril after Raiders loss | SI.comDwayne Harris scores on amazing 99-yard punt return - NFL.comDenver Broncos 2 winners, 7 losers in historic loss to Oakland Raiders - Mile High ReportArguably the biggest loser of the game? Denver Broncos: The Good, The Bad, & The Elway - Mile High ReportAt the end of the day, it all comes down to the guy building the team. How could he fix it?Denver Broncos at Oakland Raiders score predictions: Week 16 - Mile High ReportWho got it right?GIF Horse: My Denver Broncos Christmas Wish List - Mile High ReportWith one more game to go, let’s hope some of these gifts keep coming.Future Broncos: Adding to the wide receiver arsenal - Mile High ReportNFL Insider Notes: Get ready for a whole lot of coaching changes Courtland Sutton Jersey , and more from Week 16 - CBSSports.comNFL Coaching Hot Seat: Adam Gase, Steve Wilks, Dirk Koetter | SI.comReport: If(when) fired, Vance Joseph could emerge as a Head Coaching candidate for the Bengals - Mile High ReportReport: John Harbaugh will return to the Ravens in 2019 - Mile High ReportKing: “Real chance” John Harbaugh doesn’t sign extension in Baltimore – ProFootballTalkIf Elway keeps Vance Joseph next year (please no) all bets are he’s betting on Harbaugh in 2020. The Saints Rise to the Top As the Season Comes Down to the Wire: NFL Week 16 | SI.comWhere should the Denver Broncos next head coach come from? - Mile High ReportJets deny they will make run for Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh | NFL | Sporting NewsBright spots for the 16 NFL teams out of playoff picture - 2018Coal For Christmas: One Offseason Move For Every Team That Didn’t Work Out - The Draft NetworkThe Perfect Offseason Gift for Every NFL Team - The Draft NetworkCrabbs’ 2019 Mock Draft 4.0 - Page 2 of 4 - The Draft NetworkQuarterback Conundrum: Stop Over Drafting Bad QBs - The Draft NetworkA look around the AFC WestDoug Martin rushes for 107 yards and a TD as Raiders earn 27-14 win over Broncos – ProFootballTalkBolts Give All Credit to the RavensSurge or Static: The one team they didn’t want to play - Bolts From The BlueLos Angeles Chargers QB Philip Rivers’ passing chart from Week 16Chargers expect Austin Ekeler back this week – ProFootballTalkChiefs vs. Seahawks: Making sense of snap counts - Arrowhead PrideChiefs News: Chiefs have one more shot to win AFC West - Arrowhead PrideAre the Chiefs going to blow their chance?No quarterback in Chiefs history has thrown for more passing yards in a single season than Patrick Mahomes - Arrowhead PrideNotable NFL LinksThe Debrief: Colts, Titans, Steelers jockeying for playoff position - NFL.comGene Steratore: Officials should not have penalized Joe Haden for PI – ProFootballTalkStephen Ross says Dolphins won’t try to hire Jim Harbaugh – ProFootballTalkIf it ain’t the Jets or the Dolphins... who’s trying to hire Jim Harbaugh?C.J. Anderson encourages fans he helped win in Fantasy to donate to his foundation that helps low-income youth - CBSSports.comWho steps up with Demaryius Thomas out?Sorting the Sunday Pile: Baker Mayfield tops NFL’s five most important people heading into Week 17 - CBSSports.comPete Carroll’s best season: Nobody saw these Seahawks coming - NFL.comI sure didn’t. They looked like hot garbage in August and September.Pete Carroll plans on coaching another five years – ProFootballTalkD.J. Swearinger says he was released by Redskins - NFL.comCharles Woodson: All the hits are catching up to Tom Brady – ProFootballTalkTom Brady ‘not getting into specifics’ on knee injury - NFL.comShocker.Report: Le’Veon Bell “has his eyes on” the Indianapolis Colts – ProFootballTalkTodd Gurley could sit out another week – ProFootballTalkAn Endless Fight, A Defining Choice The Steelers had four scoring chances on their first four drives. They scored only 10 points, with the touchdown coming on a trick play on the final play of the first half.Offensive lineman Alejandro Villanueva caught a 2-yard pass from kicker Chris Boswell as time expired in the first half to tie the Broncos 10-10.Villanueva became the first Steelers offensive lineman to catch a touchdown pass since Ray Pinney in 1983, according to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Still, Pittsburgh should have the lead. The Steelers have run 41 plays for 251 yards.Pittsburgh reached the Denver 30 on their first drive, going 52 yards before stalling.But Justin Simmons does what Justin Simmons does: He blocked a Boswell 48-yard field goal attempt in the first quarter. Simmons leaped over long snapper Kameron Canaday to prevent the field goal. Simmons did the same thing against Justin Tucker and the Ravens earlier this season.The Steelers drove 74 yards on their second possession and ended up 1 yard short as Xavier Grimble fumbled out of the end zone on a hit by Will Parks. The touchback gave Denver possession.Pittsburgh went 56 yards to the Denver 23 on its next drive before settling for a 41-yard Boswell field goal.On their final drive of the first half, the Steelers rolled down the field before Vance McDonald dropped a touchdown pass to set up a fourth-and-goal from the 2. Instead, of settling for another field goal, though, the Steelers called for the trick play.The Broncos scored their touchdown on a 10-yard pass from Case Keenum to Matt LaCosse.Ben Roethlisberger is 25-of-31 for 221 yards, the most completions by a Pittsburgh quarterback in a regular-season game since at least 1960.