The instructor of the quarter-back Bill Musgrave will now take on the functions of responsible of the attack.
The Denver Broncos have fired offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The Broncos, who benched Trevor Siemian in favor of Brock Osweiler in Week 9, lost at home Sunday to the Bengals, 20-17. The Broncos' offense has been one of the worst in the National Football League this season.
Denver also promoted Klint Kubiak to quarterbacks coach, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, and hey chose to give new coach Vance Joseph a reprieve for the time being. The Broncos, who have lot six straight games for the first time in 27 seasons, announced that McCoy had ben fired Monday, Nov. 20, and replaced by quarterbacks coach Bill Musgrave.
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McCoy said in a statement released by the team that he was disappointed his second stint as Denver's offensive architect went poorly "because this is a special organization and a great place to be". The defense also keeps games close enough that the offense should be much more competitive than they are.
McCoy's time in Denver is over, and the Broncos are left with the same mess they would have had before they were down an offensive coordinator. "I want to thank Vance for the opportunity he gave me and the entire organization from Mr. B all the way on down".
No one is arguing the fact that McCoy wasn't the right fit for the Broncos. I try to make my game better every week.