Broncos’ Chris Harris Jr. speaks out on his frustration after loss to Jaguars
Chris Harris Jr. of the Denver Broncos spoke out about being 0-4, with two of those losses coming by less than a field goal, one to the Jacksonville Jaguars. This team could easily be 2-2 if some calls went its way.
Sitting at the bottom of the AFC West is not a fun place to be.
Harris explained that it isn’t just him who is exasperated; it is a locker room full of guys.
Chris Harris on frustration after Jax loss: “It wasn’t just me frustrated it was a bunch of other people frustrated. We want to win bad. Guys put their hearts and souls into winning especially at home. When you lose heartbreakers at home, it definitely frustrates me.” #9sports
— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) October 3, 2019
Th road will not get any easier for the Broncos with linebacker Bradley Chubb out for the rest of the year with a torn ACL, that he amazingly played through, and set to have three weeks of tough matchups.
This week will be against the Los Angeles Chargers who are one seasoned removed from going 12-4. This could be a trap game as the Broncos are desperate for a win and will have Harris Jr. as well as Von Miller giving everything they have. Since 2014, the Broncos have won seven of the last 10 meetings against the Chargers and hope to have their number Sunday.
They will also be looking to get their first turnover of the season as this defensive minded team has yet to cause a fumble or interception. They will miss Chubb’s absence but can hopefully bounce back from it with a big win this Sunday that can maybe give them momentum heading into the rest of the season.