Sandy Clough – 11/10/2017 – Sandy Clough live in studio. Friday’s show Sandy Clough previews the Broncos vs. Patriots and talks about why championship teams don’t pay their wide receivers big money. Our own Mike Pritchard and Cecil Lammey both joined the program.
Hour one Sandy Clough talks about the Broncos paying their wide receivers top notch contracts. Sandy Clough looks at other championship teams and what they paid their top wide receivers. Sandy Clough breaks down what has mad the Patriots so successful in letting go of players when they become too expensive. Sandy Clough weighs in on that and much more as he also gives his Broncos King Soopers pick.
Mike Pritchard from Pritchard & Cecil joined Sandy Clough. Mike Pritchard talks about the issues facing the NFL with Thursday Night Football right now. Mike Pritchard also gives his thoughts on the Broncos paying their top receivers top money and if that’s the right mold to win a Super Bowl. Listen to the full interview here!
Hour two Sandy Clough listens in live as Vance Joseph talked to the media out at Dove Valley. Vance Joseph talked about some of the final preparations for the Broncos as they get set for the Patriots on Sunday. Sandy Clough gives his thoughts on Broncos vs. Patriots. Sandy talks about why he has the Patriots winning the game but also how the Broncos could pull off an upset and beat the Patriots. Sandy Clough gets to that and much more!
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Sandy Clough. Cecil Lammey gives his thoughts and some final observations on the Broncos before they welcome in the New England Patriots Thursday night. Cecil Lammey breaks down his prediction as well of Broncos vs. Patriots. Listen to the full interview here!
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