Poll: Some Broncos fans critical of team’s offense in Week 1

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DENVER -- The Denver Broncos beat the Baltimore Ravens 19-13 on Sunday in a game that featured top-notch defensive performances by both teams.

It was the first time since Sept. 17, 2006, that the Broncos won a game without scoring an offensive touchdown.

Coach Gary Kubiak, among others, said it's not time to hit the panic button yet.

"We had about three big plays to make in the first half that could have been good things going on, but we didn't make those plays. A couple of times we had chances to make plays and we did not hold up protection wise," Kubiak said.

"There's always a reason why you're not doing something right. We'll take a look at that today, but I thought we played hard. Like I said, I was encouraged by how we played at the end of the game. We didn't go in the tank. We continued to battle.”

Nevertheless, some fans at the stadium were very vocal about their displeasure by the third quarter during the game Sunday.

Dave Young has more information in his video report about Broncos backlash just one game into the season.

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