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As Broncos losses pile up, showing emotion is a great thing

Von Miller and Courtland Sutton voice the frustration over the franchise’s lack of success the last four seasons.

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Von Miller has had enough.

The same goes for Courtland Sutton.

They’re sick of the Denver Broncos losing. They’re frustrated by four-straight seasons of not being in the NFL playoffs. They’re in disbelief the Broncos now have three-straight losing seasons for the first time since 1970-72. They’re pissed off Denver has lost nine-straight games to the Kansas City Chiefs.

On the MHR Radio Podcast, Adam Malnati and I love the emotion as the Broncos losses pile up. It shows they care and they want it to change.

By now, you’ve heard Miller’s emotional comments after the 23-3 loss to the Chiefs. When I heard them on Sunday, I saw a man sick of losing. I didn’t see any intent or plot to want out. Miller made that clear to Troy Renck on Tuesday. “I don’t want to leave. At all. This is my identity, playing for the Broncos. I have no Plan B.”

Sutton, meanwhile, was more blunt. As Mike Klis tweeted:

“No. I hate the Chiefs. I don’t really care, I do not like them. Playing against them and losing to them is really, really frustrating. Very, very frustrating.”

More than anything, the emotion from Miller and Sutton shows they want to get the Broncos back to winning football. Hopefully sooner rather later.

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