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Fans React to Vikings’ Week 11 Loss at Broncos: Disappointment Over Play Calling and Turnovers

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Fans React to Week 11 Loss at Broncos

  • The team’s play calling and lack of creativity in crucial moments were heavily criticized by fans.
  • Many fans expressed disappointment with the team’s conservative approach when they had the opportunity to put the game away.
  • Some fans questioned the coaching staff’s mindset of playing not to lose instead of playing to win.
  • The issue of turnovers and the team’s failure to protect the football was a major point of concern for fans.
  • Fans React to Week 11 Loss at Broncos

    Another winnable game slipping through our hands. As much as we all want our team to make the playoffs, we also have to acknowledge that we are not going to beat any team in the playoffs playing like this. Turnovers aside, we have to stop playing not to lose and start playing to win. I think the play calling was very good. Up until it mattered the most. TE pitch to a QB run, a couple Wild Cat formations. That’s what this game is about. Be creative, have fun with it! But what happened after the fake punt? 31-yard gain, offense fired up ready to roll! Go for it on fourth down (twice I think?) keeping the pedal to the metal. And then all of a sudden, we get first-and-10 in the red zone and what happened? We turn the offensive play calling sheet around and start calling vanilla plays? It’s 17-15, and we can put this game away with a touchdown. So what do we do? Run on first down for no gain. OK, fine, was worth a shot. Now what? Basically the same run for no gain again? So now it’s third-and-10? Where were those creative plays we saw earlier? Where were those plays when we needed them the most? Instead, we settle for a field goal and keep them in the game. The defense held them to nine points off three turnovers, and that’s amazing! They did their job. But that was time for the offense to put the game away and they didn’t. I understand the argument of “Well, we already had three turnovers and can’t risk another one,” but I don’t agree with it. What do you tell a QB after they throw an interception? Shake it off and move onto the next play. And that’s exactly what a play caller should do as well. This isn’t the first time we have played not to lose and lost. I really hope this coaching staff can finally learn that no one wins championships playing not to lose. They preach to the players about a championship mindset. They need to set a better example.

    — Mike (Heartbroken fan from Jacksonville, Florida)

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    I really think protecting the football, particularly when telling Vikings players what had been working well for Denver lately, was preached excessively by Vikings coaches last week, and it didn’t happen.

    “It feels like there was a lot of things we did to try to win the football game, but the number one thing we talked about to make sure we tried to come in here and do, we did not do,” O’Connell said. “We lost that turnover battle, and it should be something that we’re going to talk about, we have talked about and clearly, it’s a…

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