The Week of DMac & Broncos Offense Responds: The Drive 6/14/17

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Wednesday June 14th, 2017

The Drive with Chad Brown & DMac LIVE in studio! DMac stands up for Demaryius Thomas & Chad reminds him of DT’s inability to show passion all the time. NY Mets 20th overall draft pick David Peterson joins the show to talk about being drafted & coming a long way from Regis Jesuit High School. DMac & Chad hear from Terrell Davis out at Dove Valley today talking about quitting, and TD says when you quit, the result is always failure.



Last year, the Broncos took an ‘L’ but DMac fully expects Demaryius Thomas to bounce back in ’17. Suffering from lingering injuries last season, DMac makes excuses for DT & Chad notes how Demaryius needs to demonstrate more passion. David Peterson joins the show to discuss his summer with Team USA & who was in the room when he got drafted by the NY Mets with the 20th overall pick in the ’17 MLB Draft. David tells DMac he’s still trying to wrap his head around being drafted, after coming a long way from Regis Jesuit. Also, David says those who are successful typically achieve success because they worked for it, and DMac asks if he would consider the CU Buffs if they had a prestigious baseball program. Listen to the interview HERE!



DMac & Chad hear from Terrell Davis out at Dove Valley today talking about quitting, and TD says when you quit, the result is always failure. DMac tells Chad players need someone to push, motivate & believe in them, and the guys agree there’s nothing to be ashamed of if you’ve given everything you can. Big Sexy gets everyone’s thoughts on Adrian Wojnarowski’s tweet claiming Josh Kroenke has promoted Nuggets GM Tim Connelly to President of Basketball Operations & Arturas Karnisovas to GM.



DMac says you do not make big plays with Trevor Siemian, but the Broncos must go with him due to the shorter rope than Paxton will get to begin the season. Mayweather vs. McGregor trends up for DMac, and their pocketbooks trend up for Chad, after a date is confirmed for their fight in Las Vegas this summer. Also, Big Sexy asks the guys Who Ya Got between the Colorado Rockies & Pittsburgh Pirates tonight.


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