Tuesday July 3rd, 2018
The Drive with Big Al & DMac LIVE IN STUDIO!
Big Al and D-Mac start off recapping the finish of England vs. Columbia in the World Cup. The guys give their compliments to another team already eliminated. D-Mac tries to fix soccer and Big Al tries to fix baseball. D-Mac advocates for kicking to leave football. In the Big 3, D-Mac gets excited about the Rockies. Big Al makes a case for the Warriors. The Nuggets cleared up some cap space. Patrick Saunders joins the show to talk the Rockies’ plans for the trade deadline and Nolan Arenado. Patrick thinks the Rockies will have to let some core pieces go to keep key players.
Big Al and D-Mac determine the biggest trash talkers in the NFL. D-Mac thinks trash talking is good for the NFL. D-Mac gives the one QB in the NFL nobody wants to play with. The guys try to determine just what sacrifices spouses make for players. Big Al determines who the most likeable QB’s in Denver have been. D-Mac starts to enjoy the World Cup. Big Al gets excited about who is left and what’s coming next. The guys break down the news that Terrell Owens won’t be reading his Hall of Fame speech at the Hall of Fame. D-Mac tries to fix the enshrinement ceremony.
D-Mac looks back at the draft and regrets the pick of Bradley Chubb. Big Al get buyer’s remorse from not taking Josh Rosen. The guys determine if Paxton’s expectations are higher because of Rosen. D-Mac tries to figure out if the Broncos screwed up in the draft. Big Al thinks the Broncos played the wrong running back last season, but D-Mac disagrees with who it was. The guys try to determine whether or not Jamaal Charles should have stayed and mentored young running backs. The fellas chime in with whether or not Charles would be an asset to the Broncos.
(Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)
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