Raiders Beat Broncos Despite Releasing Brown

Tuesday night was perhaps an occasion for the raiders to show off their competence. In fact, the match began with the fans chanting the name of Antonio Brown who sought release from the team Oakland Raiders. However, by the time it ended, it had the coach Jon Gruden celebrating the victory for the team.

In fact, the Brownie saga, or the controversy that surrounded Antonio Brown and his disgruntlement with the team Raiders were going on a for a considerably huge period. However, Raiders rightly answered him and his fans in the right spirit. The team beat Denver Broncos 24-16, and that was indeed a decisive victory for the team.

Coach Gruden was emphatic when he made those claims, “Get over it, man. It’s over. We were good this preseason without him. We were fine without him. We wish him the best. We gave it a shot. Now New England gets its turn. Good luck to them. I can’t deal with it anymore.”

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Broncos made an attempt at coming back in the series, but could not succeed. The team, however, did not mince words when they appreciated the opponents.

“Disappointed but we’re not discouraged… first game of the season. Hats off to the Raiders, they outplayed us today. Killed us on third down in the first half”, edge rusher for the Broncos Von Miller said.

In their next NFL matches, Broncos will play Chicago on Sunday, while the Raiders will fight with Kansas city on the same day.