Stokley & Zach – 10/06/2017 – Stokley & Zach live in studio. Friday’s show the guys talk about the Broncos quarter pole MVP’s and much more. Mike Pritchard from Pritchard & Cecil joined the program in the third hour of the show.
Hour one Stokey & Zach talk about Brandon Stokley’s upcoming trip to Indy this weekend as Peyton Manning will be honored. The guys then jump into some quarter pole thoughts for the Broncos. The guys look at who in the quarter pole of the season has been an MVP for the Broncos. Brandon Stokley talks about who he has as MVP at the quarter pole and why he would have him there. Zach Bye also gives some thoughts on who he would give the MVP too. The guys break that down and much!
Hour two Stokley & Zach talk about surprises for the Broncos at the quarter point of the season. The guys each give one good and bad surprise so far this season for the Broncos. Brandon Stokley talks about his good surprise as well as why it’s hard to think any Bronco has played bad enough this season to name a bad surprise. Zach Bye also gets into his bad surprise and good surprise. The guys break that down and then look at some other topics from around the NFL including Cam Newton’s apology last night!
At the end of the hour the guys give their predictions for this week in week 5 in the NFL. The guys go through this week’s slate of games and set up the next hour of the show.
Hour three Stokley & Zach are joined by Mike Pritchard from Pritchard & Cecil. Mike Pritchard first talks about his MVP of the quarter point of the season. Mike Pritchard goes into who he has as one of the most valuable players for the Broncos so far. Mike Pritchard talks about some surprises for the Broncos as well. Mike Pritchard gives some thoughts on the Broncos going into the bye week. Mike Pritchard breaks that down and much more with the Denver Broncos on their bye week! Listen to the full interview here!
For the rest of the hour the guys wrap up the show with some thoughts on the Broncos and the NFL. Brandon Stokley also gives his Daily Beef for Friday.
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