Sandy Clough – 12/05/2017 – Sandy Clough live in studio. Tuesday’s show Sandy Clough talks about the Broncos retooling or rebuilding and how long that might take to happen for the Broncos. Sean Salisbury from ESPN Houston and Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey both joined the show.
Hour one Sandy Clough first talks about some of the dirty play we have seen in the NFL recently from fights on the field to the Bengals and Steelers getting chippy last night on Monday Night Football. Sandy Clough also breaks down the Broncos rebuilding or retooling process the next few seasons. Sandy Clough weighs in on how long it may take the Broncos to get back to where they need to be in order to make the playoffs and possibly win a Super Bowl in the future.
Sean Salisbury from ESPN Houston joined Sandy Clough. Sean Salisbury gives his thoughts on the NFL right now and why there seems to be a lot of cheap shots taken by players on the field. Sean Salisbury also weighs in on who long it might take the Broncos to regroup and to rebuild their team moving forward in the next few seasons. Listen to the full interview here!
Hour two Sandy Clough looks closer at the Broncos issues right now and how they can best fix them moving forward to rebuild the franchise as a Super Bowl contender once again. Sandy Clough looks at why it won’t be a quick turnaround for the Broncos but that they might be able to get back to at least 7-9 next season right away if they draft and sign players correctly in the off-season. Sandy Clough talks about that and reacts to some comments made by head coach Vance Joseph yesterday.
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Sandy Clough. Cecil Lammey gives his thoughts on a Broncos rebuild or reboot moving forward. Cecil Lammey breaks down why the Broncos will want to approach the next few years a little differently then they have the past handful of years. Listen to the full interview here!
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