Sandy Clough – 10/10/2017 – Sandy Clough live in studio. Tuesday’s show Sandy Clough talks about the Broncos coming off of their bye week this week against the Giants. Sean Salisbury from ESPN Houston/SB Nation and Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey both joined the program.
Hour one Sandy Clough talks about his trip to Miami and what it’s like to be around an NFL team during game week. Sandy Clough looks around the AFC and talks about the Broncos coming off their bye week. Sandy Clough talks about how the Broncos couldn’t have even thought that things would have played out so well at the start of the season. Sandy Clough explains why in the big picture of things the Broncos are sitting pretty well in the AFC.
Sean Salisbury from ESPN Houston/SB Nation joined Sandy Clough. Sean Salisbury talks about the NFL right now and why the game is different than even when he played. Sean Salisbury then weighs in on Eli Manning and some other struggling quarterbacks from around the league. Finally, Sean discusses Aaron Rodgers and why he’s the best player in football right now. Listen to the full interview here!
Hour two Sandy Clough talks about a few things the Broncos have done well and also a few things that the Broncos have struggled with so far this season. Sandy Clough also breaks down how the Broncos will have a chance to improve on some of those things the next couple weeks before they take on the Chiefs in a few weeks. Sandy Clough talks about that and much more relating to the Broncos!
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Sandy Clough. Cecil Lammey talks about the Broncos coming off of their bye week. Cecil Lammey gets into some other thoughts on the Broncos vs. the Giants this weekend. Cecil Lammey talks about what the Broncos can improve on as they play the next couple weeks.
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