In the first hour, DMac and Tom discuss the latest development in the contract negotiations between second-round picks Dalton Risner and Drew Lock. During The Countdown, DMac and Tom discuss: the reaction from NFL players regarding their Madden ratings, the Nuggets’ position in ESPN’s latest power rankings and the OL Masterminds Summit. DMac explains why, after this week’s games, it may be too little too late for the Rockies.
In the second hour, DMac and Tom continue the Countdown to Training Camp 2019 by discussing Emmanuel Sanders’ health and how it could impact the team heading into the season. Tom shares some insight into the one-on-one meeting he had with Broncos’ center Conor McGovern today. 1043TheFan.com’s Cecil Lammey joined the program to discuss the hype, or lack thereof, surrounding Noah Fant, the expectations for the offensive line and more! The guys the expectations for Joe Flacco and open up the phone lines for the first edition of Hot Take Tuesday!
In the third hour, DMac and Tom react to the Broncos’ placement on ESPN’s Future Power Rankings, which grade teams based on their projected performance over the next three seasons. The guys close out the hour handing out their high fives for the day.
In the fourth hour, DMac and Tom recap the top storylines of the day during the Top 6 at 6:00. The guys discuss the contract situations of Dalton Risner and Drew Lock, Phil Mickelson’s obscure diet, Shaq’s forgotten wager, the Nuggets’ ESPN power ranking and more! DMac and Tom expand on one of the craziest Hot Take submissions of the year and recap the brutal double header the Rockies played against the Giants.
Photo Credit: Zach Bolinger – Getty Images
- Vic Fangio doesn't mince words when talking about refs in Broncos loss
- 'He cannot play in the National Football League': Schlereth on Bolles
- 60 Seconds with Cecil: Todd Davis could battle Packers ground game
- Schlereth: 'Pleasantly surprised' by Broncos offensive game plan vs. Bears
- Broncos Injury Report: Callahan and Davis remain on the sidelines
- The Broncos best player was a total non-factor on Sunday