Sandy Clough – 11/14/2017 – Sandy Clough live in studio. Tuesday’s show Sandy Clough talks about what he wants to see out of the Broncos for the next seven weeks of the season. Sean Salisbury from ESPN Houston/SB Nation and Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey both joined the program.
Hour one Sandy Clough talks about the Broncos coming off of their loss to the Patriots Sunday night at home. Sandy Clough talks about if the Broncos made the right choice yesterday in not making any changes with their special teams coach. Sandy Clough also talks about where the Broncos go from here the next seven weeks of the season. Sandy Clough gets into what he wants to see out of the Broncos coaching staff and the players coming up in the next few weeks as they now get set to host the Bengals.
Sean Salisbury from ESPN Houston and SB Nation joined Sandy Clough. Sean Salisbury breaks down the Broncos during their current losing streak. Sean Salisbury weighs in on where the Broncos go from here with Paxton Lynch and their quarterback situation in general. Listen to the full interview here!
Hour two Sandy Clough talks about how much of the blame should be placed on John Elway for the Broncos current issues. Sandy Clough looks at how John Elway has constructed this team through the draft and through free agency in recent years. Sandy Clough explains why the Broncos issues and decline has been taking place since after the Broncos Super Bowl 48 loss to the Seahawks. Sandy Clough talks about that and much more as he tries to sort out the root of the Broncos issues right now.
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Sandy Clough. Cecil Lammey talks about the Broncos sticking with Brock Olivo as their special teams coordinator. Cecil Lammey talks about the Broncos not committing to any changes yesterday at Dove Valley. Listen to the full interview here!
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