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Watch: Broncos defense gets burned, Raiders stun Denver in overtime

Nov 20, 2022, 5:23 PM | Updated: 6:09 pm

The Denver Broncos are now 3-7.

There are real questions if head coach Nathaniel Hackett will be fired. And it’s all thanks to another perplexing overtime loss.

The Denver defense lost All-Pro receiver Davante Adams in coverage, and Derek Carr hit him for an easy touchdown to win the game. The Broncos are now 0-3 in overtime this year, thanks to Sunday’s 22-16 loss to the Raiders.

The Broncos had a 16-13 lead in the final minutes, but Las Vegas drove down for a field goal. The Raiders won the coin toss in overtime, and the rest is history.

That’s another depressing loss.

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