Peyton Manning lost his mind when the Broncos didn’t call for a timeout

Former Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning begged his former team to call a timeout late in the fourth quarter against the Seattle Seahawks.

It was the start of an exciting season for the Denver Broncos. They got a superstar quarterback in Russell Wilson after a trade with the Seattle Seahawks to help get them back into the playoffs. Denver had a chance to defeat Seattle for their first win of the season.

Instead of this, the Seahawks defeated the Broncos 17-16. The game’s story will undoubtedly be Denver’s final drive of the game. With a fourth and fifth near midfield, the Broncos had all three timeouts available. Instead, head coach Nathaniel Hackett ticked the game clock down to less than 30 seconds.

During the Manningcast, Peyton Manning asked the Broncos to take a timeout.

Peyton Manning asked the Broncos to call a timeout at the end of the Seahawks game

If you thought that decision was confusing, Hackett made another decision to really turn Broncos fans’ heads.

Hackett elected against giving the ball to Wilson, who the team awarded a $245 million contract extension and has made some incredible clutch plays throughout his career, in favor of kicker Brandon McManus, who hit a 64-yard field goal tried. The kick wasn’t good.

McManus had attempted just one field goal attempt for more than 60 yards in his seven career attempts prior to Monday night. Now he’s one in eight.

This will be a loss that will stay with the Broncos all week. You have a chance to get it over with with a convincing win over the Houston Texans in Week 1. Peyton Manning lost his mind when the Broncos didn’t call for a timeout

John Verrall

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