Vic Fangio has “no qualms” with Pat Shurmur

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The Broncos scored seven touchdowns in the first 10 quarters of the 2021 season and opened the season with three straight wins.

Since halftime of their Week Three win over the Jets, however, the Broncos have scored just three touchdowns and lost games to the Ravens and Steelers. The drop in production hasn’t led head coach Vic Fangio to question the work that offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur is doing on that side of the ball.

“I have no qualms with Pat other than our results haven’t been good enough and we have to find a way to fix that,” Fangio said Monday, via Ryan O’Halloran of the Denver Post.

The quality of the Broncos’ opposition led many to doubt the team’s quality despite their 3-0 start and the last two weeks haven’t done much to counter that argument. They’ll get a Raiders team that just saw its head coach resign as they try to rediscover their groove in Week Six.

3 responses to “Vic Fangio has “no qualms” with Pat Shurmur

  1. Hey, let’s keep hiring these failed, retread coaches! Surely they will figure the game out after 10-20 years.

  2. Hey, let’s keep hiring these failed, retread coaches! Surely they will figure the game out after 10-20 years.

    This is the first time Fangio has been a head coach in the NFL.

  3. Since the young receivers got hurt, Denver has no speed on the outside, which limits things. Sutton is getting better, but is still not himself after the ACL. They also had to chip Fant on the edge rushers a bunch this week, which explains his lack of targets. The whole team lacked energy early against Pittsburgh, which is on the head coach. And Fangio’s willingness to always point the finger at the offense is really getting tiresome.If anybody should go, it’s him Let’s give the offense a chance with a full week of practice for the O-line and Teddy, the re-evaluate. Didn’t hear these criticisms when they led the league in time of possession after the first three weeks.

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