Denver Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett is clearly in over his head after five weeks. Could be legitimately be fired in-season? Is this a conversation that needs to be had right now? Am I grossly overreacting? Maybe, but I think there’s some merit to this.
It wasn’t realistic to think that the Denver Broncos would have begun the 2022 season on fire. The defense has been excellent, which was somewhat expected, but the newness of the offense has clearly shown on the field.
Would Broncos GM George Paton pull the plug on Nathaniel Hackett in-season?
Even when Peyton Manning first arrived in Denver in 2012, the team struggled to win games, but Manning was efficient through the air and the Broncos were able to put up points. Neither is the case for the first five weeks of the Denver Broncos’ 2022 season, however.
If nothing changes within the next few weeks, or I guess up until the bye week, could Nathaniel Hackett be fired? The same mistakes are occurring every week. Penalties, bad offensive line play, and iffy play-calling have all reared their ugly heads during the first five weeks.
Why haven’t Hackett and his offensive staff corrected it? Why has it become a trend? To me, this would be a much bigger story if the team was losing close games, or was putting up enough points while doing so. The offense is totally inept, but the roster has plenty enough weaponry to do some damage.
Perhaps Nathaniel Hackett was simply being dragged along for the ride while serving as offensive coordinator of the Green Bay Packers. Whatever the case may be with Hackett and his staff, I don’t have confidence that they will figure it out because I think what has hamstrung the Broncos are clear and correctable issues that simply have not been corrected.
Good Morning Football host Kyle Brandt melted down on live television late last week when discussing Broncos' signal caller Russell Wilson.
What is it going to take for the Denver Broncos to all of a sudden put it together?