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I just let one go tonight. That’s really too bad.” Broncos QB Mark Sanchez was 10-of-17 for 120 yards with two fumbles and was sacked three times in Saturday’s 31-24 preseason loss to the 49ers. AP Photo/Jack Dempsey Kubiak said this past week that he would like to make a decision on a starter before Saturday’s preseason game against the Los Angeles Rams , but he didn’t seem inclined to do that after the loss to the 49ers. Asked if he had seen enough from either quarterback to make the call, Kubiak said: “We made too many mistakes, obviously. They both did some good things. … You have to protect the football. Obviously we have to hang on to the good things and find a way to protect the ball. click to read moreThat’s what we need to focus on now more than anything.” Kubiak added a bit later that he was still taking the quarterback decision “day by day.” Siemian finished the night 10-of-14 for 75 yards with the interception. Sanchez was 10-of-17 for 120 yards with the two fumbles, and he was sacked three times.
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