Brett Rypien

 / Denver Broncos
 / Broncos

Player Stats

Passing Yards Yd Passing TDs TD Completion % % Interceptions INT
483 2 60.2 4

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Brett Rypien Throws For Under 200 Yards In Win
Denver Broncos quarterback Brett Rypien didn't look all that great in just his third career start in Week 15 against the Arizona Cardinals, but he did lead the Broncos to only their fourth win of the season. In the 24-15 victory, Rypien went 21-for-26 for 197 yards, one touchdown and one interception while getting sacked seven times for 41 yards. He also fumbled the ball twice and lost one of them. The 26-year-old was filling in for Russell Wilson (concussion), but there's a good chance that ... [Read More]
Brett Rypien Does Little In Relief Of Russell Wilson
Denver Broncos backup quarterback Brett Rypien was forced into action in the fourth quarter of the team's 34-28 loss to the division-rival Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday when Russell Wilson suffered a concussion. Rypien had a chance to lead the Broncos to a late win after an interception of Patrick Mahomes, but he fell short. The 26-year-old finished 4-for-8 for just 16 yards with a touchdown and an interception. He also fumbled a snap but was fortunate enough to recover it. There's a chance ... [Read More]
Brett Rypien Does Little In Loss To Jets
As expected, Denver Broncos backup quarterback Brett Rypien didn't light up the box score in the 16-9 loss to the New York Jets in Week 7 with Russell Wilson (hamstring) sidelined. Rypien finished the game 24-for-46 for 225 yards, no touchdowns and an interception. He was sacked one time and carried the ball three times for just nine yards. Nobody was expecting Rypien to be a savior for a Broncos offense that entered the weekend as the lowest-scoring unit in football. But he was able to keep ... [Read More]
Brett Rypien Draws Starting QB Duties For Preseason Finale
Denver Broncos quarterback Brett Rypien will be under center to begin Saturday's preseason finale against Minnesota, head coach Nathaniel Hackett revealed. Rypien and Josh Johnson have been battling throughout the preseason for backup duties to Russell Wilson, who can be expected to rest again with Rypien starting and Johnson handling the second half. Rypien won the lone start of his NFL career to this point, Week 4 of the 2020 season vs. the Jets. No matter whom Denver has under center, ... [Read More]