When did the NFL start using AAC refs?
That’s the first time seeing the two point conversion. Looks like half the ball was across.
Had to dig deep for this thread this morning. Jim Nance is calling the game today, national, CBS, 3pm.
Considering their start to the season — and the middle-of-the-schedule slump — for the Denver Broncos to even be thinking about the playoffs at this point is somewhat ludicrous.
However, here we are. If the Broncos, who beat the white-hot Chargers last week, can find a way to win against the 7-2-1 Pittsburgh Steelers today, Denver will work their way back into the playoff conversation.
A win would give the Broncos a 5-6 record on the season with five games to go, featuring a run of winnable games against the Bengals (5-5), 49ers (2-8), Browns (3-6-1) and Raiders (2-8) before finishing against the Chargers.
Nice shot out by Jim Nantz on the 'University of Houston product" to start the game.
Also same run, run, pass on 3rd script that’s ended so many drives early for Denver. Nothing learned there.
Penalty in the red zone. Every week…
Come on defense
They never let Case throw the ball until their down in the 4th quarter need him to bail them out of the garbage playcalling the rest of the game. Let him throw it and stop being conservative.
No pass rush
The Broncos must mistakenly think they have a good defense based on the conservative offense.
And Pittsburgh shows you how it’s done on 3rd and 1. Tomlin vs Joseph is a solid mismatch
Ha, he fumbled through the end zone
Wow, Broncos just caught a huge break on a complete failure by their defense on that play.
It was a great hit though
Great play case
Have you’ll seen a worse offensive interference call? I mean besides the one that nearly prevented last week’s game winning drive.
What an absolute joke
What is that commentator talking about? Denver does not have a great defense. How many winning drives does Case have this year? Apparently, it is not good enough.