So much for that spark. The Broncos replaced Trevor Siemian with Brock Osweiler at quarterback in an effort to jumpstart the dormant offense. It didn't happen Sunday, as Denver was shellacked by the NFL-best Philadelphia Eagles, 51-23 -- their worst loss since 2010. Osweiler finished the game with a stat line -- 19-of-38 for 208 yards, one touchdown, two interceptions -- that was aided by an abundance of garbage-time. Was it good enough to save his starting job heading into Week 10, a Sunday Night Football home showdown with the Patriots? “We’ll see," said Broncos coach Vance Joseph. "Watch the film and we’ll see." Joseph previously said that Osweiler will remain under center so long as he "plays well" against the Eagles. "Well" is subjective, but Osweiler wasn't much of an upgrade on Siemian; he had several interceptions dropped and was wildly inaccurate.