Stokley & Zach 08/10/2017 – The Broncos have their first pre- season game tonight in Chicago against the Bears. The guys give us their preview of the show down. Fan Broncos Insider, Cecil Lammey joins the guys.
We kick off hour one with a preview of Thursday nights game between The Denver Broncos and The Chicago Bears. Brandon thinks the run game will be better. Brandon gives us his prediction for the defense which is to dominate with the depth that they have all game. The guys think that The Broncos need a clear cut third string wide receiver and Bennie Fowler could be that guy. Brandon thinks Fowler is healthier and hungrier.
The rest of the hour the guys dive into what to expect from each quarterback tonight. The Fan’s newest host, Mike Pritchard joins the guys to dive into his expectations on Thursday night as well. Mike says that his eyes are on the sideline tonight with the experience of the coaching staff. Mike also says that The Broncos need a bail out guy in order to make the quarterback position a little easier.
The guys discuss which young guys might stick out in tonight’s first pre-season game against The Bears. Brandon is excited to see what rookie running back, DeAngelo Henderson has to offer but he is most surprised by Stevan Ridley.
Stoke thinks the running back position is a mirage until they get into real action. Fan Broncos Insider, Cecil Lammey joins the guys to talk about what he is expecting and which running back he has his eye on going into tonight’s game. Catch that interview HERE
The final hour kicks off with how long Stoke thinks the players should play tonight and who might be taking the night off. Stoke thinks some starters will be playing a little longer than usual. Zach and Stoke talk about who they are most excited to see and they both agree that DeAngelo Henderson is a name to keep an eye on.
Stoke says that the only area that there is no story line is the “No Fly Zone”. The guys have the list of players not playing in tonight’s game and Von Miller is at the top. Zach and Stoke talk about what they need to see from each quarterback. Brandon says for Paxton it is to go through progression and just be a football player.
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