For the past three weeks, the Broncos have tread a rocky road full of pot holes. Consecutive business trips to Kansas City, Arizona and Oakland all added losses to the team’s record.
But they have the luxury of spending the holidays at home. The team finishes their schedule with a two-game home stand, including a matchup with the Houston Texans on the day after Christmas.
Mario Haggan hopes to find a little Mile High magic in front of the home crowd.
“It would be great to come home in front of our fans right after the holidays and have some holiday cheer on Sunday and go out and play a great game,” Haggan said.