Broncos receiver Jerry Jeudy may have the most frustrating performance in Sunday’s NFL game.
The 2020 first-round picks have 5 drops against the Los Angeles Chargers, including 2 in the first half, which will help the Broncos gain points before the break.
“Sometimes dripping happens,”
Jeudy’s five drops are in line with his total production in the first 15 weeks of the season. The college star from Alabama simply replied “never” when asked if he ever had such a performance. He only scored two touchdowns, compared to only ten.
“I just need to play a role,” Jedi said. “No one stopped me. I am open. I just finished. I beat myself today.”
Training 13-0 during the break, the Broncos fought back in the second half, trying to make a comeback again at the end of the fourth quarter. In chasing the score to 16-16, with less than three minutes left, Denver gave up the winning field goal with less than a minute left in the game. The Broncos’ three-point error occurred nearly two months after Denver defeated the Chargers 31-30 in a game on November 1 in Week 8.
At the end of the second quarter, a drop from Jeudy could have helped the Broncos beat the Chargers 2-0. However, despite the poor performance of the young players, the Broncos coach Vic Fangio believes that Judy can learn from this improvement.
“He must come back from it,” Fangio said. “This may be the decisive moment in his career. He has to come back, have a great week of practice, pick up a bunch of balls, then show up when throwing them at him on Sunday, and he will catch them.
Gidi and the Broncos will have another chance to rebound this season. Denver hosted the Las Vegas Raiders in this week’s final.