As the week one knee jerk reactions are running rampant, it is refreshing to see some reasonable words from both the head coach and general manager in our two lead off articles from today’s news.
The team message in the locker room was “disappointed, but not discouraged” which seems pretty reasonable to me to hear.
It was just one game.
The coaches are new.
The schemes are new.
We have a new QB.
We only lost by one score and were in it up until the last minute.
That’s decent football and is something this team can build upon moving forward.
Vic Fangio, Broncos poised to learn and move on from Week 1 loss to Raiders
Fangio also discussed how OC Rich Scangarello performed in his regular-season play-calling debut and how he arrived at a fourth-down decision.
Elway Access: How the Broncos can improve on a short week
In his weekly interview, John Elway talks about how the Broncos can improve in the red zone and previews the home opener against the Bears.
What we learned from 'Monday Night Football' games - NFL.com
A super finish in the Superdome, and a confident win in the Coliseum. The season-opening "Monday Night Football" doubleheader had it all.
Other NFL Teams’ News
Patriots to trade WR Demaryius Thomas to Jets - NFL.com
The New England Patriots are trading receiver Demaryius Thomas to the New York Jets in exchange for a 2021 sixth-round pick, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports.
Gareon Conley says he's 'good to go' after 'MNF' scare - NFL.com
Following his injury scare against the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football, Oakland Raiders cornerback Gareon Conley provided an update via Twitter, telling his supporters he's "good to go."
Belichick makes Antonio Brown-Moss comparison - NFL.com
Patriots coach Bill Belichick made the Antonio Brown-Randy Moss comparison Tuesday when asked what makes him confident AB won't be a distraction in New England.
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