There is one member of the Denver Broncos who is fed up with the five-game losing streak. Derek Wolfe had some choice words in the locker room after the teams 41-16 home defeat to the New England Patriots.
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“We used to be a championship team and now we stink. Nobody respects us” pic.twitter.com/fQOxaNrIQE
“It’s like we’re a whole new fucking team,” Wolfe said after the game on Sunday. “It’s embarrassing.”
Wolfe went on to point out all of the ways the Broncos shot themselves in the foot against one of the best teams in the NFL and ended with the most accurate statement of the season regarding this Broncos team.
“It’s sad that we went from being a championship-caliber team to a team that stinks,” Wolfe said. “Nobody respects us.”
It’s true. What is left from this team that is worth respecting if you are an opponent? All they have to do is sit back and wait for this team to implode, then take advantage.
It is sad. Especially for a team that was hoisting the Lombardi trophy just a little over 18 months ago.
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