Why the Broncos fired offensive coordinator Mike McCoy

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Denver (3-7) occupies the cellar of the Western section of the american Association, having suffered a setback of 20-17 in the hands of the Bengals in Cincinnati, Sunday.

The Broncos replaced McCoy with quarterbacks coach Bill Musgrave, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The Broncos are one of the more disappointing teams in the National Football League, and a large part of it has been offensive struggles.

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Considering Denver's biggest issue is its quarterback play, let's take a moment to giggle at the idea of promoting the position coach of the worst position the team has to offensive coordinator. If it isn't, and if their 24th-ranked scoring offense continues to struggle throughout the remainder of the season, it sounds like major changes to the offensive coaching staff are likely at season's end. It was actually his second stint as the Broncos' offensive coordinator. Despite still sporting one of the better defensive units in the league, the Broncos troubles are now stemming from what appears to be a sluggish offensive scheme.

Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reported Monday that the Broncos have fired offensive coordinator Mike McCoy.

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