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MOST DISAPPOINTING PLAYER: Quarterback Trevor Siemian won the starting job in training camp and showed promise in the first two games, but began to spiral with two second-half interceptions at Buffalo in Week 3 and never regained his form. He ended the season injured and with an uncertain future.
MOST SURPRISING PLAYER: Defensive end Shelby Harris was signed to a reserve-future contract after being waived six times in two and a half years and quickly worked his way into the defensive-line rotation, finishing second on the team behind Von Miller with 5.5 sacks. Harris also had a blocked field-goal attempt that preserved a Week 1 win over the Chargers.