The Denver Broncos had plenty of miscues in their loss to the Las Vegas Raiders, but Tim Jenkins was on Broncos Country Tonight to talk about Teddy Bridgewater’s decision making during the game.
They had the plays on the field and Bridgewater just couldn’t get the ball where he could catch it. A lot of that had to do with the poor offensive line play, but at some point you have to connect on those balls in the NFL. Either way, he clearly had a bad game and the offense just isn’t working.
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