The Starting 11: Where Do the Broncos and Redskins Go From Here?

The Starting 11: Where Do the Broncos and Redskins Go From Here?




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Denver and Washington are both sitting at 0-4, but unlike other winless units around the NFL, neither seems to have a clear plan for how to turn things around. Plus: Nick Chubb has the Browns offense back on track and Chase Daniel is … good?

Welcome to the Starting 11. This NFL season, we’ll be mustering the biggest story lines, spotlighting the standout musicians, and boasting the most jaw-dropping accomplishments of the week. Let’s dive in.

1. Denver and Washington both precipitated to 0-4 on Sunday, and their seasons are slipping apart. Where do these two storied but rudderless franchises extend from here? Let’s start in Denver, where the team’s fixed veterans seem to be losing patience. On his way out of the cupboard area following the Broncos’ 26 -2 4 loss to Jacksonville on Sunday, cornerback Chris Harris Jr. shrugged off reporters and made it clear that he’s already eyeing the end of Denver’s dysfunctional season. “I ain’t saying nothing, ” Harris Jr. said, according to The Denver Post. “Thirteen more weeks for me.” The four-time Pro Bowl corner will be a free agent at the end of this season, so his flee strategy should be fairly simple. But others in the organization won’t have it relatively so easy.




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