After 0-3 start, Broncos coach Vic Fangio says: “We’ve got the players to win” (Ryan O’Halloran, The Denver Post)
“We’ve got the players here to win,” Fangio said. “I believe in these players and I enjoy being around them every day. They are a bunch of good guys trying their butts off and we just have to play a little bit better. Along with that, we have to coach better. If we’re breaking down fundamentally in certain areas at critical times, that’s an indictment on us as coaches, too, not just the players.”
Emmanuel Sanders donates sports equipment and fields tough questions from young fans (Arielle Orsuto, 9News)
“Emmanuel’s Locker” is a community outreach program of the Emmanuel Sanders ES10 Foundation. The donations are given to students in after-school sports who may not have access to some of the sporting equipment.
Broncos need chunk plays to jump-start sputtering offense (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
“We’re definitely going the long, hard way,” said Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco. “That’s the kind of games we’re in right now. We’re in these hard fights, and if that’s what’s necessary, then I expect us to be able to do it. But obviously, somewhere in there you want to be able to make some big plays and score some touchdowns before you get there.”
‘We’ve got the players here to win’: Vic Fangio talks Broncos’ sack drought, offensive inconsistencies (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
A closer look at what worked and what didn’t for the Broncos in their 27-16 loss to the Packers on Sunday in Green Bay.