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Nov 27, 2022 179 1 1 75.3 11
Oct 30, 2022 5 0 0 87.5

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2022 184 1 1 8 115.5
2021 1154 11 3 20 1 11218.7
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3y Avg. 386 4 1 7 0 3718.5
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  • Bears' Trevor Siemian: Ends season on injured reserve

    Siemian ended the season completing 15 of 26 passes for 184 yards with one touchdown pass and an interception. Siemian struggled in his spot-start against the Jets in Week 12, though that was far from an ideal matchup that also had terrible weather conditions. As backup quarterbacks go, Siemian has been a reasonable option for the Saints and the Bears over the last two years. He'll likely be in a similar role next year, which will be his seventh year in the league. He's under contract with the team through the 2023 season.
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  • Bears' Trevor Siemian: Heads to IR

    Siemian was placed on the Bears' injured reserve Saturday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Siemian is set to undergo season-ending surgery for an oblique injury sustained in pregame warmups ahead of Chicago's Week 12 loss to the Jets. The 30-year-old quarterback was then ruled out for Sunday's game against the Packers, and he'll now turn his focus toward recovering ahead of the 2023 season. With Siemian done for the year, the Bears have signed Nathan Peterman from the practice squad to serve as the backup quarterback behind Justin Fields on Sunday.
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  • Bears' Trevor Siemian: To undergo season-ending surgery

    Coach Matt Eberflus said Friday that Siemian will undergo season-ending surgery on his oblique, Jason Lieser of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Siemian was slated to fill in for an absent Justin Fields (shoulder) this past Sunday at the Jets, but he injured his oblique in warmups and suddenly was a game-time decision. He ended up playing through the pain and logged all 56 offense snaps in the loss while completing 14 of 25 passes for 179 yards, one touchdown and one interception. In the wake of the performance, Siemian was unable to practice during Week 13 prep and now will be sidelined for the rest of the campaign. Fields is in line to return Sunday against the Packers, and Eberflus noted practice-squad member Nathan Peterman will be the backup quarterback, even with the Bears signing Tim Boyle of the Lions' practice squad Wednesday.
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  • Bears' Trevor Siemian: No practice to begin week

    Siemian won't practice Wednesday due to an oblique injury, Jason Lieser of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Siemian injured his oblique during pregame warmups ahead of Sunday's 31-10 loss to the Jets, though he managed to play through the issue while filling in as the starter in place of the injured Justin Fields (shoulder). He wasn't especially effective, however, completing 14 of 25 attempts for 179 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Fields is practicing in a limited capacity Wednesday and hasn't been ruled out for the Bears' matchup with the Packers in Week 13, though his availability looks truly uncertain. With their top two quarterbacks managing injuries, the Bears were motivated to add another healthy signal-caller to the mix and did so by signing Tim Boyle off Detroit's practice squad Wednesday.
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  • Bears' Trevor Siemian: Struggles after hot start

    Siemian completed 14 of 25 passes for 179 yards, one touchdown and one interception in Sunday's 31-10 loss to the Jets. He added eight yards on four rushing attempts. Siemian got off to a strong start, completing three of five passes for 62 yards on the opening drive to set up a 22-yard Cairo Santos field goal before adding another 58 passing yards on the following possession, including a four-yard touchdown pass to Byron Pringle to take a 10-7 lead. New York's defense woke up after that, holding Siemian and the Bears in check the rest of the way. His final pass was an interception on 1st-and-goal, after which the Jets ran out the final 5:04. If Justin Fields (shoulder) feels good enough to play against the Packers in Week 13, Siemian will be back on the bench, but keep in mind that Chicago could play it safe with the second-year starter's injury by having Fields sit out through the Bears' Week 14 bye.
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  • Bears' Trevor Siemian: Draws Week 12 start

    Siemian started at QB for the Bears on Sunday against the Jets, Courtney Cronin of ESPN reports. With Justin Fields (shoulder) unavailable, Siemian had been expected to start Sunday, but after he injured an oblique muscle during warmups, the Bears announced that Nathan Peterman would draw the assignment instead. Evidently, Siemian felt better as kickoff approached, and he ended up starting the contest after all. Fields' next chance to suit up will arrive next weekend, when Chicago faces Green Bay in Week 13.
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  • Bears' Trevor Siemian: Week 12 starter TBD

    Mike Garafolo of NFL Network relays that Bears media relations told reporters that it's a game-time decision between Siemian and Nathan Peterman as to who will start Sunday's game against the Jets. With Justin Fields (shoulder) inactive for the Bears' Week 12 contest, Trevor Siemian had been in line to start, but he suffered an oblique injury during pregame warmups. Peterman was then named the team's starting QB, but now it's a game-time decision regarding who will get the nod.
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  • Bears' Trevor Siemian: Injures oblique, won't start Sunday

    Siemian suffered an oblique injury in pregame warmups and won't start Sunday's game against the Jets, Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune reports. With Justin Fields (shoulder) inactive for the contest, Siemian was on track to make his second appearance and first start of the season for Chicago. However, due to the unfortunate timing of his injury, Siemian doesn't look as though he'll be available as anything more than a No. 2 option, as the Bears have now announced that Nathan Peterman -- who was elevated from the practice squad Saturday -- will draw the start. Running back David Montgomery is the Bears' emergency No. 3 option if neither Peterman nor Siemian can finish the game.
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  • Bears' Trevor Siemian: Week 12 Waiver Priority List

    I hope Siemian doesn't play in Week 12 at the Jets or at all this season, but there's the potential for that now with Justin Fields dealing with a dislocated left shoulder. If Siemian does start then he's someone to add in Superflex and two-quarterback leagues for at least 5 percent of your remaining FAB. While he won't be Fields -- not many quarterbacks can do that -- he could take advantage of throwing to Darnell Mooney, Chase Claypool and Cole Kmet. Let's hope Fields is OK, but Fantasy managers in deeper Superflex and two-quarterback leagues should add Siemian just in case Fields can't play in Week 12 or beyond.
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  • Bears' Trevor Siemian: Fires touchdown pass

    Siemian completed eight of 15 passes for 48 yards and a touchdown in the Bears' 27-11 preseason win over the Seahawks' on Thursday. Siemian came in on the Bears' second drive. Although starter Justin Fields was under heavy pressure when in the game, Seattle didn't send the same level of pressure when Siemian played. However, he mostly threw short passes and completed just over half of his attempts. He appears to have a solid hold on the No. 2 quarterback role.
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  • Bears' Trevor Siemian: Solid performance

    Siemian completed seven of 13 passes for 89 yards and two touchdowns in the Bears' 19-14 win over the Chiefs on Saturday. Siemian entered the game after Justin Fields and the starters finished their work for the day. The veteran backup threw scoring passes to Trestan Ebner and Dazz Newsome against the Chiefs' backup defenders. It's likely that Siemian will be the No. 2 quarterback for Chicago going into the regular season.
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  • Saints' Trevor Siemian: Wins in relief

    Siemian completed nine of 15 passes for 71 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions in Sunday's 30-20 win over the Falcons. Siemian was forced into the game after Taysom Hill (foot) exited with a foot injury in the first half. The Saints relied heavily on Alvin Kamara and the run game, though Siemian was effective when called upon. He led the offense to the end zone twice, throwing for scores from 13 and five yards away. After serving as the backup and making spot starts in New Orleans for the 2021 season, Siemian will hit free agency this offseason and will likely look for another backup role around the league.
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  • Saints' Trevor Siemian: Removed from COVID-19 list

    The Saints activated Siemian (illness) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Likewise for Taysom Hill (illness), allowing the Saints to have a more desirable Hill-Siemian setup at the top of the quarterback depth chart heading into Sunday's game against the Panthers. Siemian will serve as Hill's backup moving forward, while Week 16 starter Ian Book slides back down to third in the pecking order.
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  • Saints' Trevor Siemian: Bound for COVID-19 list

    Siemian tested positive for the coronavirus and will be placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list later Thursday, Jeff Duncan of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. The Saints are dealing with a minor COVID-19 outbreak at the moment, as Siemian is set to join tight ends Adam Trautman and Juwan Johnson on the list, while head coach Sean Payton and multiple executives in the organization have also tested positive in recent days. If Siemian isn't able to test out of NFL's COVID-19 protocol prior to Monday's game against the Dolphins, rookie Ian Book would serve as the backup to starting quarterback Taysom Hill.
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  • Saints' Trevor Siemian: Mixed performance in loss

    Siemian completed 22 of 40 passes for 214 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions in the Saints' 40-29 loss to the Eagles on Sunday. He also rushed twice for 16 yards and another score. The journeyman signal-caller's proverbial carriage turned into somewhat of a pumpkin Sunday, although Siemian's four total touchdowns were certainly welcome from a fantasy perspective. However, from a football perspective, Siemian may have hurt as much as he helped, as one of his two interceptions was returned for a pick-six by Darius Slay, while two of his touchdown passes and his rushing score came in a fourth quarter the Saints entered trailing 33-7. Nevertheless, with three consecutive multi-touchdown efforts and Sunday's two picks his first pair this season, Siemian seems a virtual lock to be under center again for the Thanksgiving night showdown with the Bills in Week 12.
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  • Saints' Trevor Siemian: Tosses two touchdowns

    Siemian completed 19 of 34 passes for 298 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions in Sunday's 23-21 loss to the Titans. Siemian drew his second consecutive start and had his best showing of the season. He averaged 8.8 yards per attempt, in large part thanks to completing six passes of 20 yards or more. Siemian also threw for multiple touchdowns for the second consecutive game, as he connected with Tre'Quan Smith and Marquez Callaway for scores of 11 and 15 yards, respectively. Despite some chatter of Taysom Hill seeing an increased role, he earned only two pass attempts, which allowed Siemian to top 30 pass attempts for the first time on the campaign. Based on this effort, Siemian can be expected to remain the starter in Week 11 against Philadelphia.
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  • Saints' Trevor Siemian: Named starter again

    Siemian will start Sunday's game in Tennessee, but coach Sean Payton did suggest Friday that the Saints will have packages for Taysom Hill as well, John DeShazier of the Saints' official site reports. Hill took just three direct snaps (and 17 offensive snaps overall) in the Week 9 loss to Atlanta, but that was his first game back in action after spending three weeks in concussion protocol. He could have a larger role this weekend, though Siemian figures to get most of the pass attempts after completing 25 of 41 throws for 249 yards and two touchdowns last week. He'll be facing a better defense Sunday, and possibly with RB Alvin Kamara (knee) on the sideline.
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  • Saints' Trevor Siemian: Nearly completes comeback

    Siemian completed 25 of 41 pass attempts for 249 yards with two touchdowns during Sunday's 27-25 loss to Atlanta. Getting his first start of the season with Jameis Winston (knee) injured, Siemian had a quiet start to the game but nearly pulled the Saints out of an 18-point hole in a matter of minutes during the fourth quarter. In fact, the soon-to-be 30-year-old led a go-ahead touchdown drive with just over a minute left in regulation only for the Falcons to come back the other way with a game-winning field goal. While it's not certain that he will remain the starter over Taysom Hill going forward, Siemian attempted more passes than Winston did in any single game this year, and his matchups going forward will be more favorable than Atlanta, which entered the week ranked seventh in fewest yards allowed per pass attempt.
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  • Saints' Trevor Siemian: Confirmed for Week 9 start

    Saints head coach Sean Payton confirmed that Siemian will start at quarterback Sunday against the Falcons. Siemian and Taysom Hill (concussion) were both candidates to start after No. 1 quarterback Jameis Winston (knee) suffered a season-ending ACL tear in the Saints' Week 8 win over the Buccaneers, but Payton ultimately settled on Siemian, who backed up Winston in the victory. Siemian proved to be a capable game manager against a tough Tampa Bay squad, but his numbers (16-for-29 for 155 yards and a touchdown, two carries for two yards) weren't anything special from a fantasy perspective. Payton added that Hill will be active Sunday, so Siemian could be at risk of losing some snaps in the red zone, given that Hill provides a more formidable rushing threat. Moreover, Siemian will need to perform well against Atlanta to ensure he retains the starting gig beyond Sunday, as Payton appeared to suggest that the team's quarterback situation could be evaluated on a week-to-week basis.
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  • Saints' Trevor Siemian: May start Sunday

    Siemian and Taysom Hill (concussion) are the candidates to start in place of Jameis Winston (knee) on Sunday against the Falcons and beyond, Katherine Terrell of The Athletic reports. Following Winston's season-ending ACL tear, the Saints will move forward with a new starting quarterback, but a decision has yet to be made. Hill returned to practice this week for the first time since suffering a concussion back in Week 5, being limited Wednesday before logging every practice rep Thursday. But it's likely that Hill hasn't been cleared to play via an independent neurologist, which also may be holding up an announcement from coach Sean Payton. If Siemian ultimately ends up getting the call this weekend, he'll be doing so after stepping in for Winston this past Sunday and leading the Saints to victory over the Bucs en route to 16-for-29 passing for 159 yards and one touchdown.
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