Broncos give Lynch the starting nod

DENVER, CO. (AP) -- Quarterback Paxton Lynch is getting another chance to start for the Denver Broncos Sunday against the Oakland Raiders.

The former first-round pick failed to win the job outright under two different coaching staffs but takes over again because of the Broncos' six-game losing streak, their longest in 27 years.

The quarterback change comes after offensive coordinator Mike McCoy was let go and replaced by Bill Musgrave.