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All the Broncos did heading into their game with the 0-5 Jacksonville Jaguars was start the season 5-0 while scoring 46 points per game.
Quarterback Peyton Manning had thrown 20 touchdowns to only one interception, and the offense was on pace to break a variety of single-season NFL records.
Therefore, a 14-12 lead at the half was deemed by Denver fans to be bad enough that some believed booing was acceptable.
Per Joan Niesen of The Denver Post, cornerback Chris Harris said the following about the boos going into halftime: "I was shocked, kind of, because I’ve never heard boos here. You really don’t usually hear that from our fans, but I guess we weren’t playing up to our standard and to their standard."
The fans, who are really just paying customers, have the right to boo, but it's hard to side with them in this case.
They weren't morally wrong, but they sure as heck proved they've been spoiled rotten by Manning and Co. this season.