After another poor offensive performance, Denver Broncos fans are wondering where is rock bottom as the blue and orange drop to 2-6 on the season.
Denver’s offense is quietly becoming historically bad and it doesn’t seem to be getting better. Denver’s six points on Thursday night in Week 7 against Kansas City and 13 points against the Indianapolis Colts are their two lowest-scoring outputs this year.
The #Broncos are on-pace for 250 points scored this year. That would be the 6th worst points scored mark in a season in franchise history.
Denver's TOP TEN worst seasons scoring ever are all seasons that had LESS than 16 games played.
— Ronnie Kohrt (@RonnieKRadio) October 27, 2019
On the latest Broncos Blitz podcast host Ronnie Kohrt dives into the game; what went right? What went wrong? What Denver does moving forward, where is rock bottom for this team and how they rebound from it.
Kohrt also takes the fans temperature on the team from social media and goes over the next couple days with the trade deadline incoming. Quarterback Joe Flacco had strong words postgame, Kohrt goes over them and wonders what the future looks like for the struggling Broncos offense.