Broncos’ strategies backfire in dud of season-opener

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Broncos’ strategies backfire in dud of season-opener

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Denver Broncos offensive tackle Elijah Wilkinson (68), offensive guard Ronald Leary (65) and others sit on the bench during the second half against the Oakland Raiders Monday in Oakland, Calif. Oakland won the game 24-16.
Denver Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco answers questions during a news conference at the end of the game against the Oakland Raiders Monday in Oakland, Calif.
Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio stands on the sidelines during the second half against the Oakland Raiders Monday in Oakland, Calif.
Denver Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco, right, is met by Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr at the end of the game Monday in Oakland, Calif.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton runs with the ball past Oakland Raiders middle linebacker Marquel Lee Monday in Oakland, Calif.

Broncos’ strategies backfire in dud of season-opener

Denver Broncos offensive tackle Elijah Wilkinson (68), offensive guard Ronald Leary (65) and others sit on the bench during the second half against the Oakland Raiders Monday in Oakland, Calif. Oakland won the game 24-16.
Denver Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco answers questions during a news conference at the end of the game against the Oakland Raiders Monday in Oakland, Calif.
Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio stands on the sidelines during the second half against the Oakland Raiders Monday in Oakland, Calif.
Denver Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco, right, is met by Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr at the end of the game Monday in Oakland, Calif.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton runs with the ball past Oakland Raiders middle linebacker Marquel Lee Monday in Oakland, Calif.
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