The Denver Broncos collapse in a 51-14 loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Christmas Day

The Denver Broncos are finally out of the 2022 season. They had it all. Ugly penalties, pushes on the sidelines, turnovers, sacks, pick sixes and partridges in the pear tree. The Los Angeles Rams beat them 51-14 and it’s never been so close. Let’s make it through the next two weeks and finish this miserable season.

Game updates

1:00 pm: the Broncos gameday is inactive Seems a bit natural for a change. All starters have returned in the inactive item lists over the last several games. Randy Gregory, Courtland Sutton, Dalton Reisner, Quan Williams, and Latavius ​​Murray were all suspects before entering this game, but they’ll all be active.

3:01 PM: Russell Wilson and the Broncos offense got off to a very rocky start in the first quarter. After the Rams opened the game with a field goal drive, Wilson threw two interceptions and both converted into touchdowns for a 17-0 lead over Denver.

3:15 PM: The Broncos offense finally got up, but the drive was hampered by a penalty. Brandon McManus would have to kick a 54-yard field goal to get the Broncos on the board for the first time in the game. Full summary of the first quarter.

3:34 PM: In response to the Broncos scoring drive, Baker Mayfield and the Rams drove down the field and punched him for another touchdown to put the Rams up 24-3.

3:54 PM: The Rams offense proved unstoppable on this day. Together, Mayfield and the offense put together a long 14-play, 85-yard drive before halftime to extend their lead to 31–3 over Denver.

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4:01 PM: Russell Wilson came alive with less than 2 minutes left in the half to drive the Broncos down into field goal range with 1 second left to give McManus a 49-yard field goal to cut the Rams’ lead to 31-6 at halftime. Full summary of the second quarter.

4:27 PM: The Broncos looked like they had put up more points on their opening possession in the second half, but Wilson threw it into the end zone for it to be easily intercepted by Jalen Ramsey.

4:51 PM: The third quarter ended with the Rams scoring on every possession in the game. They were driving late in the quarter after they added a field goal to their lead. They are 34-6 and are looking to score again. Complete summary of the third quarter.

5:12 PM: Russell Wilson hit Jerry Goody deep to get them into the red zone and then found Greg Dolch in the end zone for a touchdown to cut the Rams lead to 41-14. The two-point conversion was good.

5:18 PM: Despite the inclusion of Baker Mayfield, the Rams continued their crusade to score for another field goal to give them a 44-14 lead over the Broncos. They have scored all eight of their possessions in this game.

5:24 PM: Brett Ripien came in for Russell Wilson and looked like he might lead the Broncos to some garbage time points, but then threw an ugly interception that was returned 80 yards+ for the sixth pick. The Rams drop 50 burgers on the Broncos. 51-14.

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Game preview

It’s hard to believe Los Angeles Rams They are the Defenders power Champions. They have suffered injuries in every part like Denver Broncos Get this season on and the two teams are sitting at 4-10 and looking to finish the season on a high note.

This game will come down to Russell Wilson and the Broncos offense again. If they can score points, Denver’s stout defense should be able to tie down Baker Mayfield and force him to make some costly errors that will help the Broncos get their fifth win of the season.

Now that Clint Kobiak has called for a good 3-4 games, I feel like we can see the offense continue to see more and more efficiency moving forward. I would like to see them put over 20 pips again this week.

Kickoff is set for 2:30 PM Mile High Time on Sunday, December 25, 2022 at SoFi Stadium in Englewood, California. You can see files Live broadcast of the game through FuboTV Or on CBS or Nickelodeon.

my expectations

In partnership with DraftKings SportsbookI’ll be covering all of my picks this year on TallySight. For once, I actually like the Broncos here and think they can cover a 3-point spread advantage. As is typical for Broncos games in 2022, she also has 36 over/unders. I’d be mad if I didn’t give the Broncos this season’s record on that front.

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