Joe Flacco questioned the playcalling after the Denver Broncos' 15-13 loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.
The Broncos led for most of the game, but lost on Adam Vinatieri's 51-yard field goal with 22 seconds to play.
"Well, c'mon, I just look at it like we're now a 2-6 football team, and we're like afraid to go for it in a two-minute drill, you know?'' Flacco said. "Who cares if you give the ball back with a minute, 40 seconds left? They've obviously got the field goal anyway.''
Pushed on the Broncos' late-game offense, Flacco added: "Once again, we're a 2-6 football team and it just feels like we're kind of afraid to lose a game. It's third-and-5 at the end of a game, who cares if they have a timeout at the end or not? Getting in field goal range isn't that tough, you're just putting your defense in these bad situations and I just felt like what do we have to lose? Why can't we be aggressive in some of these situations? That's kind of how I feel a lot about the game today.''