Kiszla: Here's how to get clunky Broncos offense moving toward end zone in 3 easy steps

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Kiszla: Here's how to get clunky Broncos offense moving toward end zone in 3 easy steps
Kiszla: Here's how to get clunky Broncos offense moving toward end zone in 3 easy steps

In a 5G world, the Broncos have hitched themselves to a West Coast offense as slow, dusty and dated as a wagon train. But bad news travels fast, so you know the story. Denver stinks in the red zone, the game plan is stilted and left offensve tackle Garret Bolles trends on Twitter for all the wrong reasons. “You have a new offensive coordinator. We have a new quarterback who's trying to get adjusted to everybody and it's a different scheme, so it takes some time,” running back Phillip Lindsay said. This is all true. But stuck with an 0-2 record, there's no more time to waste. The Broncos need fewer excuses and more touchdowns. While the X's and O's of the game can be complicated, the basic underlying

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