Nathaniel Hackett Takes Responsibility For Dismal Denver Form
Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett blamed himself for Denver’s poor form after Sunday’s 23 – 10 defeat to the Carolina Panthers.
The listless performance was the Broncos’ seventh defeat in their past eight games, and with little hope of improvement.
In a way, Nathaniel Hackett has to take the blame, because there is no hiding place. His reputation is that of an offensive coach, but Denver has only scored 17-plus points twice in eleven games this season.
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“Nobody’s as frustrated as I am,” head coach Nathaniel Hackett said Monday. “This is not where we wanted to be at this time in the season. None of us thought it was going to be like that and that responsibility is fully on me. I want to be the one that can do everything to help this football team. Because we as a group have to come together and try to find a way to win a football game.
“We can’t play the way that we played yesterday and expect to win a football game. It starts with me from the preparation.”
“I’m the most frustrated,” Hackett added. “I think our fans are great. They want to win. Just like we all do. I don’t blame them for being frustrated. For me, all I know is the work. Put my head down with our staff. I believe in this staff, believe in these players. And we’ve got to get better plays, better execution across the board.”