The Denver Broncos offense has barely been on the field yet during their game against the Minnesota Vikings, and when it has things just haven't been great. It started with a safety when Willis McGahee was tackled by Jared Allen in the end zone. Then the Broncos failed to make anything meaningful out of a Christian Ponder forced fumble on the next drive. The latest offensive drive just showed how sloppy and how much of a bad start this offense is off to.
Willis McGahee, upon review by officials, was ruled to have fumbled the ball before his knee hit the ground. The Vikings gained possession, but they had to settle for a field goal and a 7-5 deficit. The Broncos then finished out the first half without a first down.
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