History was made. Again. For the first time since Oct. 1990 , the Cleveland Browns beat the Denver Broncos.

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 Think about that. The last time the Broncos lost to Cleveland, Dan Reeves was the head coach. The result of Saturday’s 17-16 loss all but ends Denver’s season. The Broncos are now 6-8 on the season, and to avoid the first https://www.broncosfanstore.com/Tramaine-Brock-Jersey back-to-back losing seasons since 1971-72, they need to win both of the last two games.The season’s not all that should end after this historic loss. Winners Al Wilson I don’t care what happened on the field, it was awesome to see the former Broncos middle linebacker back on the sideline on Saturday. He’s one of the best and most popular players in franchise history, so to see the two sides begin to mend that relationship was a great sight. Hopefully it ends with Wilson getting his place in the Broncos Ring of Fame. Von Miller With his one sack late in third quarter, Miller is now Denver’s all-time franchise leader in sacks. He passed Ring of Famer Simon Fletcher. Miller now holds the record with 98 sacks. What’s even cooler about all of this is Fletcher was in attendance on Saturday and delivered a message to Miller. Miller also had two tackles, one tackle for loss and one quarterback hit. Congrats, Von. That’s an incredible accomplishment.Here’s what Fletcher said to Miller: “It is my great pleasure to congratulate you on setting the new benchmark as the Denver Broncos’ reigning leader for quarterback sacks! I can think of no one more deserving of this honor. It goes without saying that your work ethic, your commitment to the Colorado community, the way you both prepare for and play the game makes all who’ve ever worn the orange and blue extremely proud to have you as a teammate, brother and friend. I look forward to watching you play for years to come, as you add excitement to each Broncos’ contest.”Adam Gotsis Denver’s defensive end played a helluva game. Gotsis also made the game-saving play on fourth down to give his offense the chance to win. Gotsis finished with six tackles, one strip-sack, one tackle for loss and one pass defended. Dymonte ThomasThe Broncos safety recorded his first career interception. Anytime you do that, you make the list. Thomas finished with three tackles and one pass defended. Brandon McManus Without his three field goals, this game wouldn’t have been close. Though it’s the last one he made that is the biggest issue. Speaking of which … Losers Vance Joseph Have some balls and go for it on fourth down instead of kicking a field goal. Play to win the game instead of playing to lose. After the game, Joseph said he trusted his defense to go for the points. If he did, in fact, trust his defense, he would go for it. But Joseph doesn’t and didn’t. He needs to go. He now has back-to-back losses to the likes of the San Francisco 49ers and Browns. Joseph continues to make (horrible) history Su’a Cravens Jersey , and he’s not done yet. The time has come. Bill Musgrave The Broncos offensive coordinator needs to go at this point, too. As I said last week, enough is enough. Case Keenum Denver and Broncos Country wanted the quarterback to play aggressively, not aggressively dumb. Keenum threw two interceptions, the second of which was just awful and turned into a Cleveland touchdown. And on the potential game-winning drive, why did he spike it with a minute left?The MHR Radio Podcast is now on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Acast, Stitcher, TuneIn and a few other podcast hosts. Please subscribe to the one that fits your fancy, and also rate and review what you hear. It was almost exactly the game Broncos Country feared it would be. When the Denver Broncos played the Cincinnati Bengals, the game started off slow for both teams. It was reminiscent of the Broncos loss to the Buffalo Bills in the early stages of the 2017 season. A game the team should win, but they just do not seem up for. Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water.But it turns out it was safe to go back in the water. As Ian St. Clair and I discussed on the MHR Radio Podcast, there is something different about the Broncos right now. They seem to find ways to win, even when they don’t seem to be in the game. Just a few weeks ago, this very same team would have found a way to lose to this broken Bengals team. However, the one big takeaway is that something has clicked, and the Broncos are finding ways to win where they used to find ways to lose.The first quarter and a half was an excellent opportunity to get to know the punters, and Colby Wadman showed his ability to be the weapon Denver thought they were going to have in Marquette King. But that wasn’t exactly uplifting. Halfway through the second quarter, Brandon McManus missed a 50-yard field goal https://www.broncosfanstore.com/Courtland-Sutton-Jersey , and that “here we go again” feeling started to creep in, but then it didn’t. After the missed field goal, the Broncos defense pushed the Bengals back, and forced a punt. The ensuing drive consisted of a healthy dose of Phillip Lindsay, with a nice catch and run from Devontae Booker mixed in. In the end, it was Lindsay using his vision to find the hole and get into the end zone. He anticipated the blocks, cut against the grain, and put Denver on the board.The second half began with a couple quick three-and-outs. When the Broncos recovered the muffed punt, it took just two plays to score their second touchdown. On second-and-seven, Case Keenum hit Courtland Sutton down the right sideline for a 30-yard touchdown pass. It was a 50/50 ball that Sutton was able to grab over the corner. At that point, it looked like the Broncos were off and running.The Broncos overcame injuries to Chris Harris Jr., Derek Wolfe, and Josey Jewell. They overcame a sluggish start that would have been there downfall in previous games. They overcame a Royce Freeman fumble. This was exactly the kind of game Denver would have found a way to lose early in the season. The last three weeks have been fun in Broncos Country. Watching them beat the Bengals told the biggest story. Traveling east and playing the early game used to be a guaranteed loss. Since the bye week, the tables have turned. This shift could result in a playoff bid for the Broncos. What we do know for sure is that the rest of the season is going to be a fun ride.The MHR Radio Podcast is now on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Acast, Stitcher, TuneIn and a few other podcast hosts. Please subscribe to the one that fits your fancy, and also rate and review what you hear.
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