D-Mac and Nick Ferguson break down the first joint practice with the 49ers. D-Mac tries to find positives from a bad showing by the Broncos offense. Nick compares the day’s practice to the Broncos last year. They discuss the evolution of the tight end in the NFL. On the Countdown, the guys break down the joint practice with the Niners. They determine if the Broncos have solved their tight end problem. Another bad snap might have Joe Flacco frustrated. Rich Scangarello sounds off about intensity in practice. D-Mac thinks the broncos are just going through growing pains.
In the second hour, DMac and Nick discuss Joe Flacco’s leadership style. Does it match the mindset of his coach and coordinator? 1043TheFan.com’s James Merilatt joins the show to discuss what Broncos Country should take away from today’s joint practice session. The guys react to comments from Vic Fangio, Rich Scangarello and Joe Flacco after today’s joint practice and recap preseason action from around the league.
In the third hour, the DMac and Nick discuss the development and growth they have seen from prominent young quarterbacks around the league. The guys hand out their high fives for the day to close out the hour.
In the fourth hour, DMac and Nick recap the top storylines of the day and discuss preseason action from Week 2. The guys discuss the energy level (or lack thereof) that they witnessed during today’s joint practice and debate whether or not people should be worried about it. Pedro Gomez, our Fan Rockies Insider, joined the program to discuss where the Rockies are headed, Kyle Freeland’s future and more.
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