More Doom and Gloom for Vance Joseph

After Sunday’s debacle, writers around the web took to their keyboards to speculate on Vance Joseph’s tenuous future. I shared some of them yesterday, and here are some more:

  • Zack Kelberman of 247Sports:

    • “Vance Joseph isn't long for the Mile High City, according to Vegas oddsmakers.

      BetDSI Sportsbook on Monday opened adjusted odds on the first NFL head coach to be fired this season, with Joseph checking in third (+750) behind only Dallas' Jason Garrett (+350) and Tampa Bay's Dirk Koetter (+500). Houston's Bill O'Brien (+750) and Cleveland's Hue Jackson (+1000) round out the top five.”

  • Doug Ottewill of Mile High Sports:

    • “After an embarrassingly bad 34-16 loss at the hands of the New York Jets (Yes, the Jets. The previously 1-3 Jets. The Jets that lost to the Cleveland Browns.), the Denver Broncos need to say goodbye to Vance Joseph. And I won’t be the first, or last, writer to write it, blogger to blog it, or squawker to squawk it.

      VJ needs to go.”

  • Jon Heath of USA Today:

    • “One season after winning Super Bowl 50, Gary Kubiak stepped down as the Broncos’ head coach. Denver replaced him with Vance Joseph, who has a 7-14 coaching record. Joseph’s poor performance has many fans calling for Kubiak on Twitter.”

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