In a new series at DNVR, former Denver Bronco and CU Buff Matt McChesney gets on the whiteboard to show you what exactly was the turning point for the Denver Broncos in their most recent game, good or bad.

This week, McChesney explains how the Broncos inability to change their protections properly ended up costing them the game and their starting QB.

Let’s have a look.

Play 1: What went wrong on the play that got Drew Lock hurt?

Play 2: What went wrong on the first sack of Jeff Driskel?

Play 3: Bad play call costs the Broncos a solid drive

Play 4: What went wrong on the 4th-and-2 that ended the game?

Ryan Koenigsberg
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Ryan is a Co-Founder and the Vice President of Content Strategy at DNVR. He's also the host of the award-winning DNVR Broncos Podcast and a Broncos columnist for the network. If you couldn't tell based on the fact that he never stops talking about the Buffs, RK graduated from the University of Colorado with a double-major in Journalism and Communication back in 2015, just a few weeks after helping launch then-BSN Denver. A native of Boulder, Colorado, if he's not watching Colorado sports, you might find him on the golf course, taking pictures of wildlife or on the nearest porch with a drink.

  • Quality content. I really appreciate hearing from folks who really know the X’s and O’s in a way most of us do not. Very informative.

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