Sandy Clough – 10/11/2017 – Sandy Clough live in studio. Wednesday’s show Sandy Clough talks about what poses a threat for the Broncos Sunday against the Giants. Mike Pritchard & Cecil Lammey both joined the program.
Hour one Sandy Clough talks about the Giants and what might pose a threat to the Broncos this Sunday night. Sandy Clough breaks down what the Giants have really struggled with this season. Sandy Clough also gets into some stats behind what the Giants have done alright this season. Sandy Clough tries to find areas of the Giants that the Broncos could be weak at. Sandy Clough talks about that and much more with the Broncos getting set for the Giants Sunday night.
Mike Pritchard from Pritchard & Cecil joined Sandy Clough. Mike Pritchard gives his thoughts on if there is anything the Giants do well that could beat the Broncos on Sunday. Mike Pritchard also talks about what he wants to see out of the Broncos offense and defense on Sunday. Listen to the full interview here!
Hour two Sandy Clough talks about how the only way the Broncos lose this game is if they beat themselves. Sandy Clough breaks down how this game will come down to the Broncos simply not beating themselves. Sandy Clough weighs in on some factors that will weigh into the game. Sandy Clough breaks that down and then goes into a rant relating to USA Soccer being upset last night and how it might relate to the Broncos vs. Giants game.
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Sandy Clough. Cecil Lammey talks about what aspect of the Giants would pose a threat to the Broncos on Sunday. Cecil Lammey also talks about the Broncos defense continuing to show strong play this season. Listen to the full interview here!
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