The Denver Broncos should be all smiles after their Week 4 win against the Oakland Raiders.
They are happy with knocking off a division rival, but know also know that they are capable of playing better. Broncos coach Vance Joseph believes they still make too many bad mistakes, and need to play better in the red zone.
“My issue with our football team is we make a lot of critical errors,” Joseph said, via The Denver Post’s Nicki Jhabvala. “That has to stop.”
Quarterback Trevor Siemian was excited about the win, but wished they could’ve ran away with the game, instead of it coming down to the wire.
“I felt like we were one play away from seizing momentum and we just really didn’t have a rhythm,” Siemian said, via Jhabvala.
One issue that is rearing its ugly head again for the Broncos is scoring points. While their offense appears to be flowing better than it did in 2016, especially towards the end of the season, they have scored 16 points in two consecutive games.
A 3-1 start to the season is great, but they are going to have to score closer to 30 points on a more regular basis if they want to compete with the elite teams in the AFC later in the season.
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