Broncos fans boo head coach Nathaniel Hackett, mockingly count down play clock in ugly win over Texans

The Denver Broncos won on Sunday.  But it wasn't pretty. A series of game management miscues prompted boos from the Denver crowd in rookie head coach Nathaniel

Hackett's home debut. Then, in a remarkable turn by the home crowd, Broncos fans frustrated by repeated delay-of-game penalties to start the season mockingly counted down the game

clock in the game's final moments — while Denver had the ball. In a scene more familiar to college basketball arenas, fans repeatedly counted down the final seconds of the

game clock in the the waning minutes of Sunday's 16-9 win over the Houston Texans.  Bronco fans count down the play clock.... Then Russell Wilson stumbles and gets sacked!

LMAOOOOOOOO— 𝗙𝗢𝗟𝗟𝗢𝗪 @𝗙𝗧𝗕𝗲𝗮𝗿𝗱𝟳 (@FTBeard7) September 18, 2022 Before the countdown, came the boos.  With Denver trailing 9-6 with 3:41 left in

the third quarter, Hackett opted to attempt a field goal on fourth-and-2 from Houston’s 36-yard line rather than go for the first down. But the Broncos didn’t get the play off on

time as Hackett decided what to do in a situation that called for a fourth-down gamble. But they didn't even get the field-goal attempt off. Officials whistled the Broncos for a

delay of game, and they ended up punting rather than attempting a 59-yard field goal. That's when the boos rained down from the Denver crowd. Again, this was Hackett's home

debut. The sequence that prompted the boos can be seen in the video below: Please watch this entire sequence. Nate Hackett has officially lost it. Denver went from 3rd and

inches, a TE rush attempt, a long FG attempt, and then a punt. Lord