Things aren’t going well for the Denver Broncos’ offense and players are understandably frustrated.
Broncos running back Melvin Gordon was benched on Monday and wide receiver Jerry Jeudy had just three catches, marking the sixth-straight game that he’s had four or fewer receptions in a game this season.
During last week’s loss to the Los Angeles Chargers, cameras caught Gordon and Jeudy talking on the sideline, seemingly frustrated. Footage of their sideline interaction went viral on Twitter with millions of views.
Here’s a sampling of how Twitter reacted to the video.
— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) October 18, 2022
No matter how you slice it, the optics of this conversation doesn’t look good. It speaks to the level of frustration of the #BroncosCountry Fanbase @ESanders_10 we discussed this very thing on last nights post game show https://t.co/aSxeXjAUl1
— Nick Ferguson (@NickFerguson_25) October 18, 2022
It’s so bad… at the end🤔🤔 what where Jeudy and Gordon talking about?👀🤔 https://t.co/65FdrsHJU0
— Michael Hernandez (@MichaelNFL1) October 18, 2022
“We could’ve done this with Drew and at least spent more money to LOOK like we’re trying. They said he can cook but he can’t even use a microwave” https://t.co/g6SWgR8YLQ
— Kenny King Jr (@KennyKing_Jr) October 18, 2022
What do you think Jerry Jeudy and Melvin Gordon were talking about?
— Derek Wolfe (@Derek_Wolfe95) October 18, 2022
“Mr. Unlimited? 15 passing yards in the 2nd half. Broncos country let’s ride? How about Broncos country throw me the dang ball Russ.” pic.twitter.com/hAPxVmtrw8
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) October 18, 2022
It’s also time to purge the Broncos roster of players who exude a losing culture. See Melvin Gordon and Jerry Jeudy.
— James Merilatt (@jamesmerilatt) October 18, 2022
Jeudy complaining to Gordon of all people is an interesting look…
— Will Petersen (@PetersenWill) October 18, 2022
Last week: Hamler being visibly upset on the sideline, Mcmanus outburst on twitter
This week: Gordon shaking his head at team success, Jeudy venting
This team is frustrated. And you really can’t blame them.
— Nick ✊ (@MileHigh_Nick) October 18, 2022
The Broncos will try to get back on track this week when they host the New York Jets at Empower Field at Mile High in Week 7.
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