Like many other Denver Broncos, Emmanuel Sanders is frustrated with how things transpired in Week 6.
The Broncos fell to a San Diego Chargers squad that’s done everything imaginable to lose ball games this season.
It was Denver’s second-consecutive loss.
Denver’s 21-13 defeat left Sanders awake until sunrise. Sanders admitted that he was “embarrassed” and used some other choice words in a recent Snapchat post.
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The wideout’s frustration was coupled with the fact that he suffered a hip injury in the loss.
Sanders’ comments come on the heels of Joe DeCamillis’ dissatisfaction.
“I just wish we could have got a win for the city, got a win for the organization,” DeCamillis, who served as the team’s interim head coach for the game, said, via the Broncos’ official website. “I’m sick to my stomach. It’s sickening. I hate to lose, man. That’s all.”
Sanders, DeCamillis and the rest of the Broncos have a chance to get back on the right track next week. Denver faces a mediocre Houston Texans team in Week 7.