Things are not looking good for the Denver Broncos.
They have reached the 20-point mark once in six games, and that milestone came in a nine-point loss to the Las Vegas Raiders.
Likewise, they are on a three-game losing streak after dropping their Week 6 Monday Night Football game against the Denver Broncos.
The Broncos had an opportunity to win but lost their fourth game in six matches via Dustin Hopkins‘ overtime field goal.
That’s their third defeat with a margin of three points or less.
Therefore, a few breaks going their way could give them a better record.
But that’s nothing more than wishful thinking because reality paints a grim picture.
They are 22nd on total yards, averaging 329.3 per game.
The Broncos are also the worst-scoring team in the NFL, averaging only 15.2 points per game.
However, former NFL quarterback Robert Griffin III sees a light at the end of the tunnel.
Griffin tweeted, “I may be in the minority but I still believe in @DangeRussWilson. He will figure it out.”
The Broncos have the personnel to turn things around, especially on offense.
Their defense is already exceptional after surrendering just six touchdowns in as many games.
That’s why the offense must pick up their slack and put up more points.
It Starts And Ends With Russell Wilson
Wilson will be with the Broncos for seven years because his contract will have no takers if he continues to manifest a declining performance.
But the competitor he is will find a way to do better, according to Griffin.
It’s Wilson’s job to make their schemes work to string more victories.