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Denver Broncos: Joe Flacco, offense lead comedy of errors in loss

The Denver Broncos were embarrassed on their home field by the Kansas City Chiefs, and their offense was the worst it has been in recent memory. The Denver Broncos, aided by some penalties called on the Kansas City Chiefs defense, went up 6-0 on an early touchdown drive capped off by a Royce Freeman run. […] Denver Broncos: Joe Flacco, offense lead comedy of errors in loss - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
This isn’t your 2015 Broncos team any more

This isn’t your 2015 Broncos team any more

Photo by Dustin Bradford/ My eyes are telling me this team is no longer a defensive powerhouse...and the stats are saying the same thing. The biggest thing I was yelling about while watching our fourth loss of the season unfold was how badly we need to put the game in the offense’s hands. Where you at, Broncos D? 200 yards rushing. 2 game-winning drives given up. Complete ineptitude at tackling at even a high school level. This team has loaded itself with talent at the offensive skill positions. Courtland Sutton, Emmanuel Sanders, Royce Freeman, Phillip Lindsay, Joe Flacco, and Noah...
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Broncos showed they can run the ball

Broncos showed they can run the ball

Photo by Quinn Harris/ Even in the loss, the Denver Broncos proved they have a legitimate running attack in their 27-16 road defeat to the Green Bay Packers. When the Denver Broncos lost to the Green Bay Packers, there were several things that stood out. Obviously, the lack of a sack or a turnover is dominating the narrative. Costly turnovers by Joe Flacco and Noah Fant hurt the Broncos. At 0-3, it feels like the season is already over. But what really stuck in my mind was the way the Broncos ran the football. Phillip Lindsay and Royce Freeman both found success on the ground. Lindsay...
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Broncos at Packers - Live Updates

Broncos at Packers - Live Updates

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports The Denver Broncos are in Wisconsin to take on the Green Bay Packers in Week 3 action. Tune in here for live updates from the game. With heavy rainfall all through the morning, the field conditions could be a bit sloppy for the Denver Broncos and Green Bay Packers in this game. Hopefully that means the Broncos defense will have an easier time stopping Aaron Rodgers’ passing attack. For the Broncos to be successful offensively, they will need to attack the Packers defense in a ground and pound kind of way. I’d like to see Royce Freeman get 20 plus carries...

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