Stokley & Zach 11/10/2017
Stokley & Zach kicks off the Friday with DT’s streak of 100 straight games played dating back to 2011. The guys wonder who the biggest villain is for the New England Patriots and Stoke gives us his take on Josh McDaniels but that’s not his biggest villain.
Zach asks Stoke about the one thing the Broncos need to do to upset the Pats on Sunday night. Stoke says not to settle for field goals but score touchdowns.
With all the injuries in the NFL this season, the guys wonder if the new CBA has anything to do with the frequency of injuries.
Fan Broncos Insider, Cecil Lammey joins the guys at Blake Street Tavern. Cecil talks about the wide receivers worth and if Emmanuel Sanders could be playing for a different team as well as some other aging Broncos. Zach asks Cecil about Paxton and if he has the ability to show flashes, does he have a chance to be a starter for the rest of this season and beyond? Cecil’s full interview can be found right HERE
The guys play one of Zach’s favorite games and Stoke fills in blanks when it comes to this Sundays matchup.
The guys have their picks locked in and they give their predictions for other games around the league for the rest of the hour.
Fan Broncos Insider, Mike Pritchard joins the guys to talk about the Sunday night Showdown against the Pats. Pritch gives us insight to what may be going on with Demaryius Thomas and his less than stellar play. Hear what Pritch had to say by clicking HERE
The guys have their picks for the Broncos, Patriots game and the guys are split.
Stoke’s beef on Friday is with what is and is not a catch now in the NFL.
The rest of the hour, the guys talk about the Broncos future past the 2017-2018 season.
- Stokley believes the Broncos should take a QB in the first round
- Schlereth: Despite exceptional rookie class, Broncos in ‘talent drought’
- Lammey: No more excuses, ‘Case Keenum needs to play better’
- Could the Broncos be facing a possible blow out loss vs. the Browns?
- DMac preaches patience with Broncos QB situation, no ‘instant fix’