After a week that saw the Denver Broncos lose Peyton Manning and Brock Osweiler within a span of roughly 48 hours, John Elway and company attempted to mend their ailing quarterback situation by acquiring former Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez.
The Broncos gave up a conditional draft pick for Sanchez, who was the odd man out in Philly after the Eagles decided to re-sign Sam Bradford and continue with their bizarre obsession with Chase Daniel.
Should Sanchez become the starting quarterback in Denver, he’ll have to take far better care of the football if the Broncos want to have any chance of repeating as Super Bowl champions.
While appearing in 10 games over the past two seasons in Philadelphia, Sanchez threw 18 interceptions.
Throughout his career, Sanchez has been a turnover machine. He has committed 96 turnovers in 75 games.
Surely, the Broncos have another quarterback in mind to the season.