In the first hour, DMac and Tom go through the big story of the day and react to the pre-practice press conference. During THE Countdown, the guys talk about if the Broncos are equipped to handle what the Bears bring defensively and whether Rich Scangarello could be a “fearless” play caller. Nicki Jhabvala joins the show to discuss Garrett Bolles and Corey Nelson, along with the Antonio Brown situation.
In the second hour, it’s football at four with DMac and Tom! How will Vic Fangio fare against his former team? Mark Schlereth refuses to call Garrett Bolles by name because of his poor play, what do the guys think about Bolles and should they find a way to trade him for Trent Williams? Troy Renck joins the show to discuss Garrett Bolles and the upcoming matchup against the Chicago Bears. Tom is heartbroken that he didn’t make the Hall of Fame’s initial list of 122 finalists for the 2020 class.
In the third hour, Tom’s breaks down Broncos offensive line and the Bears pass rush. The guys close out the hour handing out their high fives for the day.
In the fourth hour, DMac and Tom recap the top stories of the day. Will Trevor Siemian shine in his regular season debut? What must Isaac Yiadom do to put Monday night behind him? The guys react live to the Rockies’ game against the Cardinals. Tom Curran, Patriots Insider for NBC Sports, joined the program to provide the latest on Antonio Brown’s situation with his civil suit and his status with the Patriots. DMac and Tom chat with Denver 7’s Troy Renck and preview tonight’s game between the Panthers and the Buccaneers.
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