Ask A Question
0

Womens Customized Denver Broncos Jerseys

Asked by huangjian123 on 03/12/2019 at 1:55 AM

Denver Broncos call it quits in week five How do you even begin to talk about the Broncos loss to the Jets on Sunday? I’d like to paint the Broncos as the victims in this. The poor Denver Broncos Womens Hoodie , unsuspecting team from Denver got run over by a better and more dominant team. Sunday’s result was something unfortunate that happened to them. Awwww...However, that’s not entirely the case. Sunday’s loss was an event of the Broncos own making. They are a team without vision. A team without leadership. A rudderless boat spinning in circles praying for a catastrophic leak or a mercy waterfall.Will someone please tell me what it is that Vance Joesph does well? What is that thing that he does that keeps him around? Surely a defensive genius wouldn’t have that side of the ball so ill prepared that they would allow big play after big play on the way to making it an historic day for the Jets franchise... with a rookie quarterback and a retread Cleveland Browns running back. The defense was awful. Von Miller is missing. Chubb is a no show. Bradley Roby looks like he’d be better suited to be doing just about anything other than playing football. You would think that he would get tired running the length of the field on damn near every play. What, exactly, was the game plan? Offensively, Case Keenum is not as advertised. When he was acquired, the Broncos PR machine did a damn good job of convincing Broncos Country that Case Keenum wasn’t Case Keenum. I’ll be damned if Case Keenum hasn’t shown up to every game this season. His throws are off target, timid, and pedestrian. Although, it’s not solely his fault. Despite a run-game the likes of which Broncos Country hasn’t seen in years, coaches can’t seem to remember to hand the ball to the running backs. Tight ends? Pish posh... Who needs ‘em? There is no cohesive plan to this offense and it shows. Watching Vance Joseph coach is like watching a drunk person try to figure out a Rubix Cube. With the unbeaten Rams coming to town next Sunday, the only way for the Broncos to have a fighting chance is shake things up and get the players’ attention. Unfortunately, we’ve seen this tragedy before, Broncos fans. There will be finger pointing, contrition, and Womens Customized Denver Broncos Jerseys , in the end, another embarassing loss to show for all of it. This doesn’t end well. Steady as she goes. HORSE TRACKSIsaiah Crowell sets New York Jets franchise record with 219 rushing yardsIsaiah Crowell sets a Jets record with 219 rushing yards two weeks after his bathroom celebration drew the wrath of head coach Todd Bowles.Why it happened: Jets 34, Broncos 16In a game that had echoes of the Broncos' loss in Baltimore, an early lead evaporated into a humbling defeat as the Broncos fell to 2-3.Cover 4: Broncos struggle in second quarter as Jets grab 34-16 winThe Broncos fell for the third week in a row.This was the complete domination Jets saw comingMaybe it was the wipes.Something got into the Jets on Sunday as they became a big-play offense and a swarming defense in a 34-16 win over the Broncos at...Isaiah Crowell sets Jets record with 219 rushing yards vs. Broncos | SI.comHow exactly did Jets RB Isaiah Crowell get 219 rushing yards on one of the NFL’s most talented defenses? And what does this mean for the Jets going forward?Jets officially bury Broncos' 'No Fly' D, leaving Denver with only questions - NFL Nation- ESPNThe Broncos gave up 323 yards rushing and multiple big plays to the Jets. Their might be time to rally, but Denver's elite D seems done.Woody Paige: Denver Broncos are becoming the NFL's roadkill | Sports Coverage | gazette.comLogician Vance Joseph claimed last week the Broncos were built for winning on the road.In Sunday’s game, the Broncos again looked more like they are built for being roadkill.NFL Week 5 Grades: Bengals and Browns earn 'A's, Broncos fail miserably in loss to Jets - CBSSports.comHere are the Week 5 grades for every team that played on Sunday'Pissed off' Derek Wolfe sounds off after Broncos' third-straight loss: 'Same s--- every week' - CBSSports.comThe Broncos are reeling after three straight lossesPete Carroll defends his timeout before Rams’ game-clinching fourth down – ProFootballTalkWith less than two minutes to go in the fourth quarter today in Seattle, the Rams faced fourth-and-1 near midfield. They initially sent their punting unit onto the field, but after the Seahawks called a timeout, the Rams changed their minds, went for it on fourth down, and picked up the game-clinchi...Cardinals get their first win by stifling the 49ers’ offense – ProFootballTalkThe Cardinals are finally on the board. After losing their first four games, the Cardinals went to San Francisco and shut down the 49ers' offense, winning 28-18. 49ers quarterback C.J. Beathard threw two interceptions www.broncoscheapauthenticstore.com , lost two fumbles and was sacked four times.D.J. Fluker disagrees with holding penalty that “cost us the game” – ProFootballTalkOne of the themes of the day is frustration with the officiating. Landon Collins and Mike Tomlin were among those upset about calls in their games and said so afterward. The Seahawks did the same about a holding call on D.J. Fluker.Mike Tomlin: Certain penalties in Steelers win 'a joke' - NFL.comSteelers coach Mike Tomlin was asked after Pittsburgh's decisive win against the Falcons about a questionable penalty and used the opportunity to share his feelings on what he felt were other blown calls.Baker Mayfield shows poise by weathering Ravens in win - NFL.comThe Browns displayed resolve and purpose, particularly No. 1 overall pick Baker Mayfield, who refused to bow to history or a Baltimore defense that was No. 2 overall and fourth against the pass.Graham Gano seals Panthers win with 63-yard FG - NFL.comThe Panthers escaped defeat Sunday afternoon on the strong, strong leg of Graham Gano. Down 31-30 to the Giants with six seconds remaining, Gano kicked a 63-yard field goal to seal the victory.Kansas City Chiefs' defense turns corner after punishing Jaguars - NFL.comThe Chiefs improved to 5-0 on Sunday after their oft-criticized defense pressured Blake Bortles and the Jaguars' offense into five turnovers. Will any AFC team be able to hang with the Chiefs if their defense can consistently play at this level? Jeffri Chadiha explores.Philadelphia Eagles' funk on full display in loss to Vikings - NFL.comThe Eagles are sitting at 2-3 and the magic that carried them to a Super Bowl title last season is not currently present. Judy Battista examines what's going on in Philadelphia after Sunday's loss to the Vikings.Mason Crosby on five missed kicks: Uncharted territory - NFL.comSunday was a day to forget for Mason Crosby, even if the performance stays embedded within the collective mind of Green Bay Packers fans for quite awhile.Sean McVay called 4th-down play because players wanted itIn one of the season's boldest calls so far, coach Sean McVay called for a quarterback keeper on 4th-and-inches with 1:39 left in the game as the Rams held onto a slim two-point lead -- because his team wanted to go for it.Cowboys vs. Texans final score, takeaways: Deshaun Watson takes a beating, outlasts Dak Prescott in overtime - CBSSports.comAfter an 0-3 start, the Texans have won two straight for the first time since 2016Giants' Odell Beckham throws Eli Manning under the bus, indicates he might not be happy in New York - CBSSports.comAccording to a report, Beckham apologized to the team for his commentsEarl Thomas gets hefty fine for middle finger and here’s who he was reportedly aiming it at - CBSSports.comEarl Thomas is going to have to write a big check to the NFL Sometimes teams get their asses handed to them on a plate.Anything can happen on any given Sunday in the NFL.Coaches coach and players play. We have to do better.Take all the cliches and shove them, Vance Joseph. I do my best every year to start out the season with a fresh outlook and an optimistic view on the team I cheer for. I bought the hype about Case Keenum and how he’s looked even better to you than what you expected. I put aside the nonsense defense we saw last year when we had Aqib Talib and the No Fly Zone early in the season when you decided to play around with adding some zone concepts to the playbook.It is time to pay the piper, VJ. I’m giving you, your staff Denver Broncos T-Shirt , and the organization the unfiltered No Bull special treatment after going into the Meadowlands against a bottom-tier NFL team and laying an egg.Make no mistake, there is a big problem in DenverLet’s stop painting happy trees all over the place while Rome is laying on the ground in cinders. The leadership of the team from a coaching level is absolutely missing. Vance Joseph isn’t head coach material. He isn’t a “leader of men.” I’m not even sure he knows the first thing about being a head coach at all.The Broncos have assembled a coaching staff for him this year after his coordinators got the blame for last season (which if you read me regularly you know my opinion is the problem last year was Elway meddling, which led to a mess of a coaching situation, but I digress). I don’t want to hear Joseph answer any more questions about players or execution. What I want to hear is anything that makes me believe for a second he is going to hold his coaches, players, and staff accountable for the team playing competitive football.We saw the team give their best effort against KC and it was definitely competitive. But for the team to turn around and let a team run for well over 300 yards the next week, giving up multiple big play touchdowns is inexcusable. Case Keenum is a fraudI have no idea what happened to the guy I watched every snap of from the 2017 season or the guy we saw in training camp and preseason. He’s been replaced with the ghost of Trevor Siemian, but with a much higher priced contract.The lack of accuracy from Keenum is maddening. It isn’t like this was a one-game thing either. Even in KC where I thought the team top to bottom gave great effort, Keenum’s passes were often overthrown and off target.He ends up the day with a nice stat line and QBR, but let’s be real here: Keenum’s play held this offense back all day long and his inconsistencies are lowering all boats on the offensive side of the ball. I’m normally not a guy for knee-jerk reactions, but we’ve seen this story at QB played out for a couple of years now. Joseph needs to put the heat on Keenum and if he can’t perform, he needs to chew bench. If Keenum can’t get his act together, let’s start giving snaps to a young scrub and see if he has the fire needed to play QB in this league.Where art thou, Von Miller?Von Miller is one of the nicest guys in every press conference. Every QB is the best. Every team has a great offensive line. I call bull on that nonsense. I’ve seen Von Miller play the game and he hasn’t taken the field in three weeks. The difference between Von and guys like Khalil Mack is that Von makes plays when the team needs them. He makes an impact on the game. This is two weeks in a row where the only impact Von has had on the game is to eat space and try to hold the edge against the run.What did I tell you about Bradley Roby?Free troll season: say something positive about Roby’s game...I dare you. This kid got taken to the woodshed by the frigging Jets. He looked not just lost, but inept. And don’t you go making excuses for the second TD Denver Broncos Hats , Broncos Country. A good CB stays on his guy’s hip and swipes at the ball at least. Roby got moved off the route and he shouldn’t have...he’s the bigger player.I’m most likely going to take my family to dinner when news finally breaks that Roby is no longer a Bronco just like I did for Rahim Moore and Trevor Siemian. His game is weak sauce.About those coaching decisions鈥id you all notice we had a new punter this week after Vance Joseph was picking on Marquette King as the one guy on the team that he wanted to hold his feet to the fire?Let me tell you something guys...that punter sucked eggs through a straw and it dribbled out of his nose. Sure, King wasn’t looking like King, but can we point that blame cannon at the QB instead of a punter who was just a few yards off his average!?Broncos players that deserve recognitionThere. I feel a lot better.Now let’s get some positivity out there, because this atrocity that is the Denver Broncos in my mind largely a front office and coaching issue, and some of the players are still playing Bronco football and giving everything on the field. Here are the guys who stood out in a good way, in no particular order:Derek Wolfe had one of the best games I’ve ever seen him play. And don’t listen to Topher...this guy has consistently played his tail off in our scheme and been worth the money he’s gotten paid.Domata Peko is still playing like a man with his hair on fire. If everyone on the front-7 gave as much effort as he does, this defense would be top 5 in the NFL.Royce Freeman is looking tremendously good. I just wish the coaches noticed so he would get more touches...it is an atrocity that a guy like him is being given so few carries.Phillip Lindsay is a true weapon. I love when he gets in space and how fast he goes from 0 to 60 on the football field.Demaryius Thomas played his tail off in this game. He reminded me of Super Bowl 48 where he was the one bright light in a swirling toilet of suckage on offense.Billy Turner should honestly start the rest of the season at right tackle. He looked very good to my eyes.Courtland Sutton is continuing the development of his NFL game and I love it. Congrats on the TD, Courtland!Final ThoughtsMy apologies, Broncos Country, but like many of you, I’m quite used to this team being competitive and the past two years have left me with a very short fuse for the Broncos putting forth an effort like what we saw on Sunday.Hit me up in the comments and share your thoughts. Is this just a hot take? Too much meaning being put into one single game? Are we going to be able to look competitive at all against the LA Rams next week? Should Vance Joseph be fired and if so, when? Let’s dig in in the comments and peel a couple more layers off this stanky onion that is the 2018 Broncos season.

Responses

No responses yet. Be the first one!