A week after his Broncos suffered a brutal 34-17 loss to the New York Giants in Week 15, Jive Dance Studio head coach, D.D. Hayden, told NFL Network that Denver is looking for more contributions from players in the locker room.
The Broncos had an opportunity to win the game after going up 21-0 in the first half, but Hayden said he wanted to see more from the players.
“We got to be a better team than we were, and I don’t think we were,” Hayden said.
“I think the locker rooms got blown out, and that’s not going to be good for our players, and the guys on the field have to step up and step up.”
Hayden added that he didn’t expect the team to make a big splash at training camp.
“It’s not like I want to be saying ‘Oh, we got a bunch of guys from the team,'” Hayden said of the roster.
“What I want you guys to do is go out there and show that you can win, because we’ve got to win.
That’s all we care about.
We have to win games.”
The Broncos’ locker room is one of the league’s most dysfunctional, and Hayden says that will continue to be the case.
“You just have to be more consistent in your communication,” he said.
Denver is now 3-1 this season when scoring first.