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Broncos Won't Make Changes To Staff Until Offseason

07 Décembre 2017

Denver have lost eight straight games, their longest losing streak since 1967.

Unfortunately, Joseph's stint as head coach as started off terribly, and with games against the Jets, Colts, Redskins, and Chiefs still remaining on the schedule, there's no guarantee that this season will end on a high note.

The Denver Broncos are sitting at the bottom of the AFC West standings with a 3-9 record, but general manager John Elway is not going to make any coaching changes during the season. "We want to push forward, keep working, keep studying, keep pushing details". Denver is lost on offense, atrocious on special teams, and slowly capitulating on defense.

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Joseph defended his team on Monday, saying he didn't see players give up during Sunday's blowout. "And trying to win football games, we don't want guys just showing up to work and just checking boxes". "If you watch our football games, I always watch [the] last five to 10 plays, I show the guys those plays, I show the guys flying around, that's proof that guys are still playing to win".

Broncos Won't Make Changes To Staff Until Offseason