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Broncos coach Vance Joseph: 'No one has given up'

07 December 2017

With Sunday's 35-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins, the Broncos are now 0-6 when they trail after one quarter, 0-8 when they trail at halftime and 0-9 when they trail after the third quarter.

The Broncos are 2-9-1 against the spread in 2017, the worst of any team in the NFL. The losing streak is the second-longest in franchise history (nine consecutive in 1967). During the eight-game stretch, Denver has scored just 13.5 points per game while allowing 30.1. But they're the better team, and if they can win they'll keep their slim chances alive and prove that they're not repeating the mistakes of earlier in the season. NY ranks in the bottom-half of the league in both points per game and points allowed per game but has notable wins over the Chiefs, Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills this season. Meanwhile, running backs Matt Forte, Bilal Powell and Elijah McGuire combined for 126 rushing yards and a touchdown.

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In his first season as a head coach, Joseph is also fighting to keep his job. But the Broncos are 31st in scoring defense (26.3 points per game), so the opportunities to get into the end zone will be there.

Coach Mac pointed out he won just 7 games in his first 3 seasons for the Colorado Buffaloes. Siemian went just 19-of-41 for 200 yards with three interceptions and three sacks. "Obviously, he had some rough times at CU before he won games". They also stand 1-4 ATS in their last 5 meetings with the Broncos. Whether it's Siemian, Paxton Lynch or Brock Osweiler, the Broncos quarterbacks can't stop turning the ball over. If the Jets can play with the offensive balance they've used the last two games - they averaged 439.5 passing yards and 133 rushing yards against Carolina and Kansas City - they should be able to handle this struggling Denver team. The Broncos rank 31 in the National Football League after allowing an average of 26.3 points per game this season.

Broncos coach Vance Joseph: 'No one has given up'