On victory Monday, DMac and Mike Evans dove into whether the Denver Broncos are couple of bad calls away from being a 3-2 team. They also looked into the future and debated on if this season is a total loss or not. DMac and Evans shared this thoughts on the win and the biggest takeaway in Carson, CA. They looked into who got the game ball yesterday and whether or not this player should have gotten it after their top-notch performance. Head coach of the Colorado Avalanche joined the program to talk about his youthful squad and their expectations for this season and what fans can expect from their young leaders.
Victory Monday continued on The Drive with DMac and Zach Bye looked into the small details from the Denver Broncos match-up against the Los Angeles Chargers and the factors that swung in favor for the Broncos win. Troy Renck joined the show as he gave his thoughts post game from the locker room after the victory. DMac, Richie Carni talked about the over/under’s discussed from last week and compare how close their predictions were. After this win for the Broncos, what does this mean for this team moving forward and talked about how head coach Vic Fangio had some choice words about Von Miller. Concluding hour two, Mike Pritchard joined to talk about which players are most likely to be traded and what their true values are.
Feeling great after a Denver Broncos sin on Sunday against their AFC West rival Los Angeles Chargers, DMac and Mike Pritchard compared the Colorado Avalanche youth movement to the Broncos and what the Avs have done with their young group in hope that the Broncos should follow this trend. The good, bad, and the ugly, DMac and Pritchard talked about the good the Broncos did, the bad special teams plays, and the ugly scenes from the NFL week 5.
DMac and 1043TheFan.com’s Cecil Lammey run through the top storylines of the day during the Top 6 at 6:00. Are the Broncos trying to phase out Emmanuel Sanders? Who gets the game ball after yesterday’s victory? Sitting at 1-4, should the Broncos look to move veteran players like Chris Harris Jr. and Emmanuel Sanders before the deadline? DMac and Cecil explain their dislike for Mike Evans’ “Khaki Pants” quarterback strategy.
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