The headline to this story could be the key to the game on Sunday.
The one that got Dan Quinn fired?
Or the one that is 2-1 since Raheem Morris became the interim head coach?
On Friday’s Broncos Country Tonight, Ryan Edwards and Benjamin Allbright went behind “enemy lines” to talk with D. Orlando Lebetter of the Atlanta Journal Constitution to answer that question and why the Falcons struggle so much in the red zone?
“It’s power,” Lebetter said. “They don’t have the power, it’s a finesse offense. It moves great between the 20s, and when it gets tight and you gotta knock some people off the line of scrimmage, they can’t do it.”
Adam Malnati joined the guys to discuss how to use both Phillip Lindsay and Melvin Gordon, how Pat Shurmur can evolve as the Broncos offensive coordinator and confidence level in the current makeshift defensive line.