Sandy Clough – 07/17/2017 – Brian Noe sitting in for Sandy Clough live in studio. Monday’s show Brian Noe talks about the Broncos quarterback situation and some other breaking news from around the NFL. Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined the program.
Hour one Brian Noe talks about the Broncos quarterback battle. Brian Noe goes into comparisons between Trevor Siemian and other quarterbacks in the league such as Kirk Cousins and Tyrod Taylor. Brian Noe also compares Paxton Lynch to some other quarterbacks in the league. Brian Noe talks about where Broncos fans heads should be at with the Broncos quarterback battle. Brian Noe discusses that and more relating to the Denver Broncos.
For the rest of hour one Brian Noe talks about the Panthers suddenly firing their GM Dave Gettleman today. Brian Noe goes into why the Broncos as an organization would never make a move like this so close to the start of training camp. Brian Noe breaks down some other NFL news relating to the Broncos as well.
Hour two Brian Noe talks a little about why right now he would slightly lean towards Paxton Lynch as the Broncos starting quarterback to start the season. Brian Noe also explains thought why he wants to see a little more from both quarterbacks this training camp and preseason as well. Also, Brian looks at what if Paxton Lynch plays at the same level as Trevor Siemian this preseason and what Lynch would have to do to please the #TeamTrevor supporters. Plus, Brian Noe weighs in on that and also looks at Terrell Davis getting into the Hall of Fame this season and how it relates to another former NFL player.
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Sandy Clough. Cecil Lammey talks about the Broncos quarterback situation with training camp being about 10 days away from beginning. Cecil Lammey also goes into some other thoughts from around the NFL on a busy day in the NFL.
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