Though the profanities were concealed, you can envision what Broncos head coach Vic Fangio was spewing towards Baltimores bench in rage.
The unclean relocation from Harbaugh was all to keep alive a 100 yard hurrying streak for the Ravens thats been ongoing since 2018. After getting 5 yards on the play, Jackson tipped the hurrying total to 102 yards while Fangio and the Broncos sideline appeared in displeasure.
Vic Fangio Denver Broncos (Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/Getty Images).
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The Denver Broncos sideline was fuming at the Ravens last play call on Sunday.
An interception in the end zone sealed the offer for a Baltimore Ravens win over the Denver Broncos on Sunday afternoon. With simply three seconds left, Lamar Jackson and company took the field up 23-7. However Baltimore wasnt in triumph development.
The Broncos currently felt the feeling of losing their first video game of the season, and then Ravens head coach John Harbaugh slapped them in the face when he decided to run rather of kneel in the final play of the game.
Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio and his team appeared in anger at Ravens final play.
The last couple of seconds of the game were the cherry on top of the most disappointing Sunday up until now this season for Denver. Starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater suffered a concussion prior to the half on a low-cost helmet to helmet hit which left Drew Lock to take over for the 2nd half. After losing Bridgewater, the Broncos offense stalled and failed to put a single point on the board in the second half.
It was a bad day made even worse for Denver, who will need to get better against the 1-3 Steelers next week if they want to avoid a spiral to the bottom of the leagues best department.