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Despite the changes, the Broncos’ performance in Kansas City didn’t change

The coaches who made all the key decisions on Denver’s touchline were different on Sunday.

Arrowhead did the same when he called an attacking game from a booth high above the stadium.

The results were very similar.

Less than a week after the demoralized Broncos sacked first-year head coach Nathaniel Hackett and appointed 67-year-old career assistant Jerry Rosberg as manager, they’ve won. I was groping for another match that might have been possible. Their defense was breached when it mattered most when he lost 27-24 to the Kansas City Chiefs, and their offense made a number of well-known mistakes. It was the seventh loss in eight games for a once-proud franchise that would miss the playoffs again.

“They have to stop. I promised them to be better coaches. We have to pay more attention to the details that let us down.”

“The only way to stop this streak, which I am often asked, is to stop making mistakes during the game, or stop making mistakes early in the game,” Rosberg said.

What used to be his one of the clumsiest offenses in the league didn’t look that good for most of the game, but the offensive’s coordinator Justin his outten said Russell he played the game in Wilson’s headset became his third voice to call They started the game with a three and out. In the second half of the first half, I fiddled with the ball with a strip sack. Had there been another three-and-out early in the second half when they had a chance to build a 17-13 lead, Courtland Sutton would have been hit with a questionable offensive pass interference call for a third down conversion.

But the biggest mistake could have happened the next time the Broncos got possession.

The Chiefs had just regained the lead with Patrick Mahome’s third touchdown pass of the game when Wilson returned to pass. Guaranteed $165 million in overtime pay, the quarterback threw a shaky pass high in the air under pressure and landed in the hands of Chiefs cornerback L’Jarius Sneed for Kansas City’s winning touch. Chiefs manager Andy Reid said, “Sneed’s game was a big one for us. He did a good job there.”

Wilson finished with 222 passing yards and a touchdown and two TD runs. However, the rest of Denver’s offense did little to help him, going 12-for-3 in the third and gaining just 307 yards overall. “I do my best every day. “I don’t know more than that,” an emotional Wilson later said. I know who I am and I know how committed I am to this game and how much it means to me so I don’t blink .”

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