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Oscar Gutierrez Franco, Sports Reporter

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Yet again the Broncos lose a tight game on the 14th of October to the Rams, ending at 23 – 20. Their fourth straight loss which drops the team to two-four.

The team came together and agreed they were all to blame for the games lost. Case Keenum commented, “We’re all doing different things that are causing us not to get into the end zone.”

There have been many speculations to bench Case Keenum and start Chad Kelly. After Case Keenum’s eighth interception of the 2018 season, they aren’t considering a change of Quarterback.

Vance Joseph commented during the post-game, “Case is our quarterback and he did some good things today. It wasn’t obviously perfect but he moved the ball …. We all can play better.” Case ended with 25/41 completions for 322 yards with two touchdowns and one interception.

According to Jeff Legwold prediction, a senior writer at ESPN, based on statistics of other teams the Broncos will be eight-eight this season. He comments “The Denver Broncos have spent the offseason trying to dig out from last season’s 5-11 finish, their worst showing since 2010 — the year before John Elway returned to the team as the top football decision-maker. They’ve signed Case Keenum at quarterback and believe he’s just what they need.”