What does boss Lewis say? Denver has ‘Max Verstappen’ action
The Denver Broncos won again and continued their big streak. However, one detail in the game against Minnesota was particularly interesting.
The Denver Broncos won again and continued their big streak. However, one detail in the game against the Minnesota Vikings was fascinating, and that was the calling of one of the actions by quarterback Russell Wilson.
At one point, the quarterback of the Broncos called the action “Max Verstappen.” The broadcast commentators were also shocked.
It may not seem unusual to name actions differently. However, the Denver Broncos have named their action after Max Verstappen, one of Lewis Hamilton’s biggest rivals. It’s pretty unusual that Hamilton, a team co-owner, was pictured at a Broncos game for the first time on October 17th. Hamilton became part of the Broncos franchise when the Walton-Penner family, the heirs of Walmart, took over the team in August for a whopping $4.65 billion. Unfortunately, the game he first attended was a 19-16 loss to the Chargers in Los Angeles.
Despite this, the seven-time Formula One world champion is unlikely to be upset about his business venture or the play calling, as the team has been performing well recently, winning four consecutive victories.