Elway disappointed in how Broncos finished games
Denver Broncos general manager John Elway was disappointed by how the AFC West franchise finished games.
"I sat down here last year in front of you and told the fans how we're just as disappointed this year as we were last year and the fact that we didn't play better at the end of the year," Elway said. "I think if there is one thing that you would like to have and you want to feel, at least in the last game you want to feel like you go out kicking and screaming. When you're right there, and I think two years in a row it didn't feel like we went out kicking and screaming because of the fact the way we played the last game."
Elway said he was "disappointed we didn't have more fire" against the Colts.
Fox went to four consecutive AFC West titles, but was blown out in the Super Bowl last year.
"I feel real good about our roster," Elway said. "I think, contrary to what everybody thinks, we've got a good roster here. We've got a relatively young roster. So I feel great about our football team. And so the next guy, what do I look for? I look for a guy that's very smart, that's competitive, that is aching to win world championships like I am.
"And I think there are a lot of things. You want to get like-minded people. I think that helps a lot, or even to have a great conversation, agree to disagree, but come out with the right decision for what's best for the Denver Broncos, which is our main goal. I know there are a lot of quality candidates out there."
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Aaron WIlson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun