Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph is looking for ways to change the team’s fortunes this season. As he tinkers with things, he knows that he has no choice. Not only are they now on a four-game losing streak, but he’s worried they can’t break it by continuing to do what they’re doing – even if it worked at the beginning of the season.
“Well, you have to change something,” Joseph said, per Tim Lynch of Mile High Report. “We can’t continue to go down the same path and expect different results. That’s insanity, right? We have to change something, whether it’s personnel, whether it’s how we gameplan or how we call plays or how we play as a football team together—offensively, defensively and teams together. That’s also a thought. I have to figure it out. That’s obviously being explored. How do we win as a team? And win cleaner and play a cleaner, competitive game on Sunday.”
Just being competitive in the game might be a step in the right direction after getting blown out by a Philadelphia Eagles team that put up 51 points or getting shut out by the Los Angeles Chargers.
The first change was to swap out quarterback Trevor Siemian for Brock Osweiler. That led to the blowout in Philly. That’s not all on Osweiler, of course, but it was clear that just a quarterback change wasn’t enough.
The Broncos really need to change their mentality. They did not look confident against the Eagles, and now they face Tom Brady and the New England Patriots on Sunday. If they don’t believe they can win, they won’t, and it’s up to Joseph to make them believe.
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