Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. couldn’t hold in his frustrations after a eighth consecutive loss, this time to the Miami Dolphins.
The Broncos lost 35-9 and the game featured the same problems that have plagued them all season, turnovers and poor special teams play. Harris let out some of his frustration about how much is put on the defense to try and end this losing streak.
“[Trevor Siemian] threw a pick and then I got a pick,” Harris said, via The Denver Post’s Nicki Jhabvala. “We tried to do something to get over that, but it just keeps piling up for us and I guess after awhile guys kind of stop believing.
“It’s hard. We start almost every drive on the 50 it seems like. Tons of sudden changes. It’s hard. We have to damn near play perfect to win a game.”
Siemian threw 3 interceptions and the Broncos got called for 2 safeties.
At 3-9 the 2017 season will be the Broncos first season with an under .500 record since 2010, and obviously a second consecutive season with no playoff berth. It has been a quick fall from grace since winning a Super Bowl during the 2015 season.
There will surely be a lot of changes made during the offseason.