Stokley & Zach 1/9/2018
The fellas jump right into the 2017/2018 National Championship. Alabama come out on top of the Georgia Bulldogs and Stoke saw something that looked like things were just leaning Alabama’s way. Stoke & Zach talk about what’s next for Nick Saban and how his coaching changed the game completely.
Zach asks Stoke about what the Broncos possibly learned from last night’s National Championship and Stoke responds with the fact that the game is not about what’s best for the players but for the team. Stoke says that Vance will have guys on a shorter leash entering 2018.
Stoke has a few ideas on how he would change the NFL, including the catch rule. Stoke says it needs to be more concrete.
Fan Broncos Insider, Cecil Lammey joins the guys to talk about 2018 Combine and Senior Bowl. Cecil talks about what kind of evaluations teams make during the Senior Bowl since the Broncos have the privilege of coaching the North team. The guys ask Cecil about a couple quarterbacks that might not be on the Broncos radar but should be.
Stoke & Zach talk about the quarterbacks coming out of the 2018 draft and dive into more than their on the field performances.
The final hour kicks off with recent draft picks for the Broncos and the guys analyze who they could have taken. Stoke says the Broncos will not reach in order to get a good pick at number five.
Stoke says the difference in Vance 2017 and Vance in 2018 will be huge. Stoke says the same mistakes will not be made and once they get a quarterback into the system, the team will be in a lot better shape under Vance.
Stoke’s beef on Tuesday is with the Georgia Bulldogs after they gave up a 17 point lead in the 2018 National Championship.
The fellas talk about Jon Gruden and his new deal with the Oakland Raiders. Stoke & Zach dive into what Gruden returning means for the Broncos.
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