How bad things are for the Broncos can be seen by concentrating on Russell Wilson's bathrooms
The date September 17 has a rich history. Closer to home, Charlie Finley paid the Beatles to perform in Kansas City on September 17, 1964. In 2015, the Denver Broncos defeated the Chiefs on that day, 31-24.
When the Broncos host the Chiefs on Sunday, they will attempt to snap that losing streak. The game will be broadcast on KCTV (Ch.
Wilson's TDs to the restroom
Denver supporters had playoff dreams when the Seahawks' quarterback Russell Wilson was acquired by the Broncos and signed to a five-year, $245 million contract extension.
Wilson recently moved into a sizable home in Cherry Hills Village, Colorado, which has twelve bathrooms. A Twitter user noted that Wilson throws as many touchdown passes as there are bathrooms in his home.
To the dismay of Broncos supporters, a former writer for Pro Football Focus is monitoring that.
The 3-9 Broncos have the NFL's lowest scoring offense (138 points per game), and they are already out of the AFC West race.
The second-best defense in the league is Denver's, allowing just 17 points per game this year. Opposing quarterbacks have only attempted nine touchdown passes against the Broncos, the fewest of any defense's opponents.
According to Pro Football Reference, Denver is blitzing on 327 percent of dropbacks, which is the fourth-highest percentage in the NFL. Denver's pass defense is ranked third overall, and the rushing defense is sixth.
According to Team Rankings, the Broncos are first in the NFL for allowing the fewest touchdowns on opponent red-zone trips (321%) while ranking third in third-down conversions allowed (319%).