The Denver Broncos lost yet another game on Sunday. Here are some positives and negatives from the game.
The Denver Broncos fell to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday by a score of 23-20. Most people did not give the Broncos a chance to come out of this week with a victory. It was a surprisingly close game that the Broncos actually could have won if it weren’t for certain things that transpired.
The first positive from the loss is that Denver was able to hold Los Angeles to under 30 points. This is the first time during the 2018 season that anybody has been able to accomplish that.
Denver’s offense was not able to run the football the way they wanted to, and that forced Case Keenum throw the football. That is not the identity the Broncos have been known for this season.
They are a run-first team but just weren’t able to get it going.
Despite holding quarterback Jared Goff to a 50 percent completion percentage, Los Angeles’ offense was just too stacked with talent. That meant that it was the Todd Gurley Show.
With Keenum’s two touchdown day, Denver nearly beat the Rams, which would have broken their undefeated season.
On other throws, however, Keenum was not accurate. This, unfortunately, has become a norm for Denver, adding on to reasons why the team has lost four consecutive games after starting 2-0.
I admit I had a difficult time finding positives in this game as it was the team’s third loss in a row. But there is always a little bit of light in a storm.
Here are some positives and negatives from Sunday’s game.