With the season the Denver Broncos have been having, it's no surprise that something had to give; somebody had to go. Looks like they've made a decision.

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Loss, after loss, after loss. The 2017 season for the Denver Broncos has not been a pleasure to watch. Having now lost six games straight and having a record of 3-7, the playoffs are out of the picture; so, upper management has started making changes. Step number one, it appears, is letting go of Offensive Coordinator Mike McCoy.

The team's Quarterback Coach, Bill Musgrave will be taking over the OC position for the rest of the season, according to reports. Musgrave, a Colorado native, held the Offensive Coordinator position with the Oakland Raiders from 2015-2016. The Broncos play the Raiders this Sunday (Nov 26, 2017) at Oakland.

It doesn's sound, nor feel, like this will the only change the Broncos will make before the season ends.

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