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NFL World Reacts To Nathaniel Hackett’s Offensive Decision


Head coach Nathaniel Hackett of the Denver Broncos looks on against the New York Jets at Empower Field At Mile High on October 23, 2022 in Denver, Colorado.
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Nathaniel Hackett’s first season as an NFL head coach with the Denver Broncos isn’t going well.

His mistakes with managing important game decisions have cost the team several games.

However, Hackett is making yet another puzzling decision, this time dealing with his offense.

So what is this decision and how is the NFL world reacting to his latest move?

 

Tom Pelissero Reports Latest Hackett Move While Fans React

On Sunday morning, NFL insider Tom Pelissero sent out a tweet about Hackett’s move on offense.

As he reports, Hackett is turning over play calling duties to Klint Kubiak.

The move has people on Twitter voicing their option over the move by him.

One NFL fan made fun of how much of a disaster this season has been for Denver.

However, one fan doesn’t think things can get any worse with Kubiak making the play calls.

But to another user, they only see potential for disaster with the Broncos playbook and play calling from Kubiak.

While that playbook only has two things, one Twitter user adds another call, punt.

With Russell Wilson as quarterback, some fans are looking back at their former quarterback who’s now in Seattle.

However, one person has a feeling that Wilson is going to get his new play caller fired.

While everyone has different takes on the news, it’s clear there’s no fix this season in Denver.

With Hackett’s first year being a disaster, there’s no way anyone can have faith in him next season.

So while he thinks this move can save him, it most likely won’t change anything in Denver.



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