With the Broncos' 17-16 loss to the Browns Saturday night, the final nail was put into the coffin of Denver's dreams of playoffs.
Denver's offense was awful against the Browns, yet another game in which the Broncos lacked creativity and consistency when they possessed the ball.
In a cool moment, Phillip Lindsay and Baker Mayfield exchanged jerseys after the Browns win in Denver, Saturday night.
Vance Joseph has struggled to make the right decision in big moments this season and on Saturday, the second-year head coach made the wrong call again.
In a wild game, Colorado defeated Dallas, 6-4 Saturday night.
Miller's the greatest sack master in Broncos history, and likely the best defender in Denver history, too.
For a second straight week, the Broncos struggled to establish any kind of running game and the impact was evident from the start. Phillip Lindsay only totalled 24 rushing yards on 14 carries (1.7 yards per carry) and with no ground game to speak of, Denver was forced to rely on quarterback Case Keenum and the aerial attack.
The Broncos relied on Case Keenum heavily in the first two quarters.
The former first round pick has just two sacks in his last 19 games and according to Mike Klis, Ray will be a healthy scratch Saturday night.
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