Or at least find a bit of Mile High Efficiency.
The Broncos know what they have to do. They just have to commit to it. But at least they have a viable template now — which is more than they could say before Sunday.
The Broncos looked like the team that has the NFL’s fifth-worst record since the start of the 2017 season: out-matched, out-fought and out-thought.
Coulda, woulda, shoulda. The COVID-19 pandemic took nearly all of the fans out of Empower Field at Mile High, but one thing that didn’t change was the Broncos’ recent pattern of self-inflicted wounds in close games.
As Vic Fangio put it after practice, defensive coaches and players loved the way the scrimmage went. On the flip side, offensive players and coaches did not.
Do not close the door on the Broncos playing at limited capacity in the final seven home games of the regular season.
Just one of the Broncos' final four opponents in 2020 had a winning record last year. But past failure is not a guarantee of future frustration.
BSN Rockies reporters Drew Creasman and Patrick Lyons battle for supremacy discussing various hot topics in-and-around the game of baseball. Creasman vs Lyons… who you got? Implications of stadium naming rights Topic #1: What are the benefits to changing the name of a stadium every so often? Lyons – When the Denver Broncos won Super Bowl XXXIII against the…...
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