Stokley & Zach 10/10/2017
Zach hears something on the morning show that the fellas just don’t agree with. Schlereth and Evans think that carrying three quarterbacks means the organization does not believe in Trevor Siemian. Stoke thinks it is simply because they don’t believe in their backup, Brock Osweiler. Stoke tells us a story about a time he accidentally took a sleeping pill before practice and how it affected that practice with The Sheriff, Peyton Manning.
Fan Broncos Insider, Cecil Lammey joins the guys to talk about the upcoming matchup against the Giants and what to attack on defense. Zach asks Cecil who he thinks John Elway prefers to be the backup to Trevor Siemian. Hear what Cecil had to say HERE Zach asks Stoke what the one way the broncos need to attack the defense is. Stoke says attacking the line backers is the best way to go. The fellas talk about Jamaal Charles’ role with The Broncos now that Devontae Booker is back. Zach says that if he were the Giants, he would make a call on Monday to make a trade for Jordan Taylor.
Fan broncos Insider, Mike Pritchard joins the guys to talk about Jake butt and what his role could be after being activated in the near future. Zach asks Pritch how the Broncos match up with the Chiefs since their next game is against the divisional foe. Pritch’s full interview can be found HERE. Stoke’s beef is with Mike Evans being scared of the Drive when it comes to the shame game after losing the King Sooper’s Fan Football Pick Em’ When it comes to the backup quarterback position, Zach and Stoke think that John Elway believes in Paxton Lynch more than brock Osweiler. Stoke says the best case scenario right now for Paxton is being the backup for Trevor.
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