In Sunday’s 19-16 loss to the Chargers, the Broncos often looked like receiver Jerry Jedi, but they didn’t get much from it.
Drew Lock aimed at Judy 15 times in the game, and Judy had 6 catches from 61 yards. There were also five drops of first-round picks, including touchdowns early in the game and the game the Broncos ultimately had when they tried to draw or win the game.
The bad situation happened a few weeks later. Judy complained about the lack of targets for the Chief’s loss and continued unfavorable trends in Judy’s catch-up rate. He has been a target 91 times this season and has only 41 passes.
“Sometimes it drops,” Judedy said through Sean Keeler on the TV show Denver Post. “I was watching the ball come in. I just lost it. I just need to focus on the next game. It happened too many times. That’s unacceptable.”
Broncos head coach Vic Fangio said that this game “may be a decisive moment in the Jedi career”, and better control of the ball is bound to be his best choice for the second season. .