"We just didn’t make enough plays, and we just played too sloppy in the back half to be the team that we wanted to be, and those mistakes kind of cost us," lamented Melvin Gordon.
Broncos offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur doesn’t have much use for numbers — at least the ones beyond what appear on the scoreboard.
It's practice. It's just practice. But it's also true that the Broncos' offense has trended towards clunkiness in recent days, beset by issues of execution, timing and cohesion, leading to miscues and turnovers aplenty.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Abandon all hope, ye who enter here? Not quite. Yes, the Broncos have extended their league-worst active streak of games with fewer than 20 points to six after Weeks 1 and 2. And, yes, the Broncos’ offense has been slower to awaken than sleep-challenged Hugh Grant’s commitment-phobe in “Four Weddings and a Funeral,” with fewer points in...