The Denver Broncos offense is not clicking. And it is showing in the early deficit. But in all honesty, are we surprised that this is happening?
It is the same song and dance for the Denver Broncos offense. The offense just cannot click. And also something that has not changed is how terrible the secondary is playing for the Broncos.
Paging Aqib Talib and De’Angelo Henderson. Heck, paging any kind of change that will be positive.
The Denver Broncos honored Demaryius Thomas with a awesome tribute of his career with the team before kickoff. It is tough to see him in another uniform on the other side of the field. But I am hoping that Demaryius Thomas has a successful career the rest of the way.
Now, about the game, all I can say is that the secondary is not doing its job. Justin Simmons left De’Andre Hopkins wide open for the touchdown. And Denver still cannot cover a tight end. That was shown on the first touchdown of the game.
Devontae Booker left me scratching my head as to why the Denver Broncos held on to him over De’Angelo Henderson. He fumbled the football that led to Houston’s second touchdown.
However, Booker did redeem himself on the Broncos touchdown run about halfway into the second quarter. The one thing that I noticed on that touchdown drive was that Case Keenum was utilizing his tight ends.
Perhaps if Denver can continue doing that, the Broncos might have a chance. Jeff Heuerman and Matt Lacosse have been the MVP’s on the Broncos offense so far. And, knock on wood, but Case Keenum has not turned the football over, yet.
Some injury news. Matt Paradis was carted off the field as the first half was coming to an end. I hope that he will be okay.
The Denver Broncos will get the football to start the second half. A quick start right out the half can go a long way. Here is hoping. Go Broncos.