- TREVOR SIEMIAN SEES MADDEN NFL 17 RATING RAISE SOON AFTER VERY FIRST START OFF
Regardless of throwing two interceptions in his very first NFL get started, Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian saw his video game rating boost just after helping Denver to a 21-20 win more than the Panthers last week.
Siemian's 61 all round rating in Madden NFL 17 has been improved by nine points to 70 general, according to a ratings update from EA Sports. Siemian's rating continues to be decrease than rookie Paxton Lynch, who is rated 74 overall.
Mark Sanchez, who was released by the Broncos on Sept. 3, has a 72 general rating inside the game. Sanchez is now a backup quarterback with the Cowboys.
Linebacker Von Miller (99 overall) may be the team's highest-rated player inside the game, followed by cornerback Chris Harris (93 overall), linebacker Von Miller (90 overall), cornerback Aqib Talib (90 overall) and receiver Emmanuel Sanders (88 general).
Siemian will start off at quarterback once more for the Broncos once they host the Colts. The 24-year-old quarterback went 18-26 for 178 yards and one particular score against Carolina within the season opener.