The Denver Broncos’ Twitter took the laps of victory after the big win in London
The first drive of the Broncos game was BAD.
And his second record was MORE UGLY.
The third and fourth units were still quite miserable.
Not a 1st less in Q1. If we extrapolate that data, Denver plans to fire and swap everyone.
– MileHighReport (@MileHighReport) October 30, 2022
But that fifth drive had a spark.
After an 11-play drive that featured four first downs, Russell Wilson passed Jerry Jeudy at the sixth-yard line, and the wideout fled right and into a waiting area.
It was hard to trust that push, given all the games the Broncos attack stammered after any life.
And as if that weren’t enough, the defense recovered the ball in Denver with one minute left in the first half, only to see the attack waste a perfect opportunity to equalize or take the lead at half-time.
Appropriate final for a really stupid half of Broncos football.
– Matt Schubert (@MattDSchubert) October 30, 2022
But for the first time all season, the Broncos came out in the third quarter and scored.
And not only did they score, they scored a touchdown in the red zone in the wake of Melvin Gordon.
It shouldn’t be as impressive as it is, but when the offense only scored a total of three points in all third quarters of this season combined, seven points feels like a million.
The offense went on to get three more triples and outs and Broncos Country was undoubtedly afraid of a team meltdown once again.
Especially after the Jaguars scored a go-ahead TD at the end of the fourth quarter.
But it was time to race and Wilson and the attack did just that.
Starting on 1st and 10th from their 20th, Wilson hit KJ Hamler for a 47-yard first down, nearly entering the red zone in one game.
It would take Wilson an 18-yard run on 3rd-and-5 to keep the Broncos leading, but another 9-yard pass to Hamler and a 7-yard run from Latavius Murray would create a 2-yard touchdown run. for the green light for Murray.
The Broncos regained the lead with 1:43 left – plenty of time for Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars to march down the pitch and ruin all the Broncos’ dreams of victory in a match not to be missed.
But that wasn’t the case, thanks to K’Wuan Williams who got an INT on the first play of the Jags’ drive.
The Broncos still had to hold the lead, but after three solid runs from Murray and a stealthy quarterback on 4th and 1st, the Broncos could finally celebrate a win.
But no one had more fun – or found more relief – than Wilson.
From London to the Wembley locker room in Mile High City – and all over Elon Musk’s unfiltered Twitter – Broncos and Broncos Country could be heard loud and clear.
Two touchdowns in the red zone.
The longest journey in 10 years.
Today’s 2nd and 3rd quarters are the best the Broncos attack has seen all year.
– Andrew Mason (@MaseDenver) October 30, 2022
Now all those funny guys doing high knee jokes can kindly STFU and start doing some.
What you said about 3️⃣… Aye Broncos Country Let’s Ride !!!! and we are doing High Knees on the plane !!!
– Tyrie Cleveland (@ Tyrie_1) October 30, 2022
I’m happy for Russell Wilson, if they missed it would be a long flight back to Denver. He now he can do knee high all the way home without criticism.
– Emmanuel Acho (@EmmanuelAcho) October 30, 2022
And guess what is back ???
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