The Denver Broncos lost big to the house team Buffalo Bills 42-15 in the next preseason game of 2022.
The Broncos continued to rest their offensive and defensive starters, with quarterback Josh Johnson obtaining the nod for the next straight game.
Following a promising begin to the overall game, where Johnson led the Broncos on a 12-play, 64-yard drive ending in a Brandon McManus field goal, the Bills never looked back.
Buffalo began the overall game making use of their first-team offense contrary to the Denver backups, quickly heading down the field for a 70-yard touchdown drive.The Bills continued to shred the Broncos defense for six straight touchdown drives, as the Denver offense stalled drive after drive.
Following a tough game contrary to the Dallas Cowboys the other day, Brett Rypien rebounded nicely in the next half, going 22/26 for 191 yards and the Broncos only touchdown of the overall game to tight end Eric Saubert.
The Denver return game again shined, with Montrell Washington returning two kickoffs for 55 total yards, his longest choosing 35 yards.
Furthermore, mostly of the bright spots came by means of receiver Jalen Virgil, who returned two kicks for 60 total yards, his longest choosing 30 yards. Virgil also tacked on two receptions for 39 yards. Virgil is quickly climbing the receiving ladder in the lack of Tim Patrick.
Kicker Brandon McManus also finished the overall game 3/3 on field goals.
This week, every team must cut five players, trimming the roster from 85 to 80 by Wednesday, August 23.