Nathaniel Hackett, the head coach of the Bronchos has been sacked, after their defeat against LA Rams. A statement from the CEO of the team has confirmed the news.
Bronchos had a 51-14 defeat in their Christmas Day game against the Rams. The team has won only 4 games and lost in 11 this season. For the last seven seasons, the team has not been able to qualify for the Playoffs.
Bronchos bought Russell Wilson into their team this year, but the player’s season was devastating in the team this season. The 34-year-old QB scored only 12 TDs this year which was 25 the previous year. Some believe that the state has decreased due to the coach’s rubbish technique.
In the statement, the organization said,
“On behalf of our ownership and organization, I want to thank Nathaniel Hackett for his dedication as head coach of the Denver Broncos. We sincerely appreciate Nathaniel’s efforts and wish him and his family all the best in the future.
We have parted ways with Head Coach Nathaniel Hackett.
A statement from Broncos Owner & CEO Greg Penner: pic.twitter.com/1tWMjHv6em
— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) December 26, 2022
Fox NFL analyst Sean Payton has a strong possibility to be the next head coach of the team. Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn can also take the position.