“Multitude of things” contributing to Broncos' slow start offensively

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“Multitude of things” contributing to Broncos' slow start offensively
“Multitude of things” contributing to Broncos' slow start offensively

Name a player on the Broncos' offensive depth chart and they've made a key mistake during their scoring-challenged start. A sack allowed by right tackle Elijah Wilkinson, a holding penalty on tight end Noah Fant and a dropped touchdown pass by receiver DaeSean Hamilton against Oakland. An unblocked linebacker blitz by running back Royce Freeman, a missed run block by tight end Jeff Heuerman and an interception thrown by quarterback Joe Flacco against Chicago. For as much as left tackle Garett Bolles' struggles last week gained understandable scorn from Broncos' fans, he's far from alone in stalling out the offense. “It's a multitude of things,” coach Vic Fangio said. A multitude of mistakes with

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