Posted Mon Jan 14th by Jon Heath
There was a lot of blame to go around for Denver’s 38-35 second overtime loss to Baltimore last week. From the coaches play-calling to quarterback Peyton Manning‘s interception to second-year safety Rahim Moore‘s blown coverage that allowed the Ravens to get back in the game, everyone was responsible.
But one Bronco is placing all of the blame on himself.
“I’m taking the blame for it. Hey, I lost the game for us. It is what it is,” Moore told the Denver Post‘s Mark Kiszla after the game on Saturday.
“There’s never an ‘I’ in win. But there’s an ‘I’ in lose,” added Moore. “Because when you lose, you’ve got to look at yourself.”
“At the end of the day, it was a great season. I’m sorry it ended this way. But, next year, it won’t.”