In the first hour of The Drive, DMac, Tyler Polumbus and Nick Ferguson dove into the game film from last night’s Denver Broncos game against the Kansas City Chiefs and shared what they thought worked and what this team needs to change for the future. The guys also debated if this Broncos season is over or not after last night’s loss and what this team should do to move forward with the season. The guys went through The Countdown and fielded questions about Emmanuel Sanders calling our Rich Scangerello, Garret Bolles future with the Broncos and how much DMac, Polumbus, and Ferguson thought about Drew Lock. Wrapping up the first hour of The Drive, DMac shared his thoughts on the Broncos ownership and what he thinks should happen.
In the second hour of The Drive, DMac, Nick Ferguson and Tyler Polumbus took a look at the ownership with John Elway and Joe Ellis and Polumbus dove into who he thought should stay and who should go. Getting further into the show, the guys talked about who showed up last night and who didn’t and the key players and plays that ensured the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Denver Broncos on Thursday Night Football. They also looked at who should have gotten the game ball just from their efforts. Ferguson gave his apologies to Broncos Country about his bold prediction to start the year and Polumbus and DMac can’t give him enough grief with Ferguson’s expectations for the year. Wrapping up the second hour of The Drive, the guys discussed their prop bets from yesterday’s show and how close and how badly they guessed from last night’s game.
For the third hour of the drive, DMac, Tyler Polumbus and Nick Ferguson took a look the future of this franchise and how it’s shaping and compared the Denver Broncos to the rest of the AFC West and what needs to be changed for a better trajectory. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly and the topics ranged from Courtland Sutton, the offensive lineman giving up all the sacks, Von Miller’s lack of presence and the possible losing streak that’s at steak.
In the fourth hour, DMac, Tyler and Nick recap the top stories of the day! Should Garett Bolles be benched? Is Noah Fant in danger of being labeled a bust? Is there tension building between Emmanuel Sanders and Rich Scangarello? The guys discuss what went wrong against Kansas City, and Nick formally addresses Broncos Country regarding his lofty expectations for the Broncos this season.
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