On Sunday, the Denver Broncos lost to their division rival, the Las Vegas Raiders 32-23.
Russell Wilson, Broncos' quarterback, said that the third quarter was when the game started to slip away.
The Broncos led by 19 points at halftime and had 16 points before the Raiders took over.
While Denver tightened their defense during the third quarter, Wilson and his team were held scoreless.
This was partly due to Javonte Williams's early departure as starting running back. He suffered a serious knee injury in the second half.
Wilson completed 17/25 passes, gaining 247 yards and two touchdowns. On four carries, he also ran for 29 yards and one touchdown.
Denver's running backs couldn't get anything going. Williams, Melvin Gordon and Mike Boone combined for 56 yards rushing on 16 carries.
Courtland and Jerry Jeudy were both productive wide receivers. Jeudy caught four passes for 53 yards and one touchdown, while Courtland Sutton caught five for 52 yards and one score.
Denver's defense was unable to stop the Raiders' explosive offense. Derek Carr, Raiders quarterback, did a great job managing the game.