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Opportunities Lie Ahead: The Drive 12/6/18

CINCINNATI, OH - DECEMBER 02: Phillip Lindsay #30 of the Denver Broncos attempts to run the ball past Michael Johnson #90 of the Cincinnati Bengals during the first quarter at Paul Brown Stadium on December 2, 2018 in Cincinnati, Ohio (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Thursday December 6th, 2018

The Drive with Big Al & DMac LIVE IN STUDIO!!!



Big Al talks about the panic attacks he used to have leading up to surgery as he and DMac break down the Emmanuel Sanders injury. DMac talks about Sanders getting prepped for surgery & the opportunities that lie ahead for him. DMac says it’s time for Emmanuel to take his job & Big Al paints a picture of what rehab looks like for an athlete. Big Sexy wonders if bringing Emmanuel Sanders back next year would be worth the money.

In the Big 3, DMac congratulates Von Miller on his nomination for Walter Payton Man of the Year, and asks Al about Miller’s growth on & off the field. DMac brings up the Freedom League getting started up by Ricky Williams & T.O. and Big Al wonders if DMac would let Mike McCarthy speak before he left the team.

The guys preview the 49ers game, and go over some playmakers to be aware of as the Broncos head to San Francisco, including Kittle & Goodwin. DMac says we may never talk about Nick Mullens again.



We review the latest with Tramaine Brock, and Big Al says VJ sounds frustrated about Brock not practicing. Big Al talks about the difference in being 100 percent in, and holding back on your team & not giving full effort. DMac mocks Chad Kelly for debating Peyton Manning on DETAIL, and Big Al says Kelly is out of the league because he’s just not that good.

Big Al talks about the transition from college to the NFL, and the list of QBs is so thin it’s obvious Chad Kelly can’t play. Also, DMac pays off his King Soopers Fan Football Pick ‘Em Shame Game, claiming that he’s a ‘shock jock.’

Big Al talks about the college game, and what he hates the most about not paying superstar players.



The guys talk about their glory days in high school, and Big Al tells a story about winning the Butkus Award. Al says George Kittle looks fantastic running with the football, and all the 49ers backs run hard. DMac says there is no such thing as ‘next-man-up.’

Al says the Broncos receivers need to outplay the 49ers receivers, and DMac wants to see more passes thrown to Phillip Lindsay.

The guys preview the TNF matchup between the Titans & Jags, and DMac checks in on the Avs game against the Panthers.


(Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)