Posted Sun Oct 24th by Monty
As bad as the scoreboard looks, it still doesn’t reflect just how awful Sunday’s game went for the Denver Broncos.
From start to finish — from tight end Zach Miller‘s opening 43-yard score to the Broncos’ inability to convert goal to go on the one-yard line in the fourth quarter — the Broncos were embarrassed by the Oakland Raiders. Oakland took a 38-0 lead before the Broncos made a dent on the scoreboard, and the Raiders (3-4) went on to win 59-14 in Week 7 NFL action.
The Raiders’ 59 points set an Oakland franchise record and tied Denver’s for most points allowed. It was the largest score an opponent has posted at INVESCO Field at Mile High.
And the Broncos (2-5) are left reeling after one of the worst losses in franchise history.