The Denver Broncos kicked Josh McDaniels out of a job. They’re not going to throw him under the bus. Speaking on behalf of team owner Pat Bowlen, chief operating officer Joe Ellis said Tuesday the organization was at fault for giving McDaniels too much power at too young an age with so little experience.
The Denver Broncos have fired coach Josh McDaniels, whose nearly two-year stint was marred by the Spygate II videotape scandal, a series of personnel blunders and the franchise’s worst skid in four decades.
Make no mistake about it: the Kansas City Chiefs were out to avenge a 20-point loss to the Denver Broncos three weeks ago.
The Broncos came out like gangbusters against the Rams and scored on the opening drive and field goals on the next two drives. They scored 20 points in the 4th quarter. It’s what happened in between that hurt them. Running back Correll Buckhalter said it was lack of execution that hurt their chances.
It was a rough Monday night in San Diego, but nobody is waving the white flag yet. There is still a lot of football to be played. Broncos linebacker Mario Haggan said fans should have every right to be angry with the team.
There are certainly right and wrong ways to acknowledge your opponent in pro sports. Todd Haley has shown possibly the worst way, as you can see in this Vic’s Signature.
Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels held out his hand after Denver’s 49-29 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs, but Chiefs head coach Todd Haley just pointed his finger at McDaniels and walked away. Broncos wide receiver Brandon Lloyd said the Broncos were just trying to make sure the game was in the bag.