By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Denver Broncos are expected to fire head coach Vance Joseph. His final game with the team will be against the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday.
Joseph has an 11-20 record with the Broncos in the past two seasons. Presently, the team has a 6-9 record.
The 46-year-old Marrero, Louisiana native will have options for his next employment stop. The Cincinnati Bengals are expected to be interested in Joseph as their head coach or Defensive Coordinator.
He previously worked for the Bengals under head coach Marvin Lewis. Prior to becoming the Broncos head coach, he was the Miami Dolphins Defensive Coordinator.
Joseph’s job security has been in question almost all season. Once the Broncos fire Joseph, they will begin looking for a new head coach.
Joseph guided the Broncos to a 2-0 record to begin the season. Denver won 27-24 over the Seattle Seahawks on September 9th. The team also won 20-19 over the Oakland Raiders on September 16th.
The team then lost four straight games to fall to 2-4. They were defeated 27-14 to the Baltimore Ravens on September 23rd. The team also lost 27-23 to the Kansas City Chiefs on October 1st.
Denver then lost 34-16 to the New York Jets on October 7th. The team also lost 23-20 to the Los Angeles Rams on October 14th.
Their next win came on October 18th in a 45-10 win over the Arizona Cardinals to improve to 3-4.
The team then fell to 3-6 with back-to-back losses. The team lost 30-23 to the Chiefs on October 28th. The team also lost 19-17 to the Houston Texans on November 4th.
Following a bye, the Broncos won three straight games. Denver won 23-22 over the Los Angeles Chargers. The team also won 24-17 over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Their final win of the three-game win streak came in a 24-10 win over the Bengals on December 2nd.
Presently, the Broncos are on a three-game losing streak. They were defeated 20-14 by the San Francisco 49ers on December 9th.
Denver also lost 17-16 to the Cleveland Browns on December 15th. The Broncos also lost 27-14 to the Raiders on Christmas Eve.
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