In the first hour of The Drive with DMac, Nick Ferguson and Tyler Polumbus opened with the big story of the day and latest news with Von Miller’s comments on one player that is a star about to be born and wanting to stick around to see this guy soar at his position. On the Countdown, the guys discussed topics about Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio’s comments on Diantae Spencer, Fangio’s comments on Drew Lock in practice, and the NFL teams that have committed to Colin Kaepernick’s workout in Atlanta, GA. on Saturday. Wrapping up the first hour of The Drive, former Minnesota Vikings linebacker Pete Bercich joined the program and talked about a former Denver Broncos quarterback that turned some heads for the Vikings and the connections between the two football teams. Bercich talked about the strengths and weaknesses that he has seen with the Broncos and the key players that could favor Denver.
In the second hour of The Drive, DMac. Tyler Polumbus and Nick Ferguson listened to Von Miller’s reaction to Cecil Lammey’s question and discussed questions from the media at today’s press conference. 1043TheFan.com’s James Merilatt joined the show and discussed why Miller has been targeted with harsh questions from the Denver media. Merilatt also previewed the Denver Broncos match-up against the Minnesota Vikings and what he expects. DMac killed it with the Truth with the Colorado Avalanche fans outcry from a leak Tuesday night regarding the Stadium Series. Continuing Gary Kubiak week, the guys talked about the 2015 Broncos season and reflected the Super Bowl winning season and remembering the key moments that propelled the Broncos to win Super Bowl 50. Miller had some comments about a star being born and the guys talked about what that means for this player moving forward. Wrapping up the second hour of The Drive with DMac, Polumbus and Ferguson, Nicki Jhabvala, our Fan Broncos insider joined the show and discussed how practice went with sharing reps with Drew Lock and Brandon Allen. Jhabvala also talked about what Broncos fans should expect this Sunday with their game against the Minnesota Vikings.
In the third hour of The Drive, DMac with Nick Ferguson and Tyler Polumbus on Big Think Thursday rattled some ideas for how the Denver Broncos can beat the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday as a 10.5 point underdog. Polumbus and Ferguson dove into the Vikings offense and defense and presented players that will pose a threat to Denver. Wrapping up the third hour of The Drive, the guys played the Match Game on topics about a person that will carry the team to a victory, the biggest concern from the Vikings, and what Brandon Allen must do to win his second consecutive NFL start.
In the fourth hour of The Drive, DMac alongside Tyler Polumbus and Nick Ferguson on the Top 6 with Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio’s decision on giving reps to Drew Lock, Fangio’s comments on Diontae Spencer getting put on notice about his punt return play, and the workout on Saturday with Colin Kaepernick and the teams that have committed to watch him. The guys also talked about the 11 teams that are showing up to see Kaepernick and what the NFL is trying to do with his workout with the new wrinkle. Wrapping up today’s show, former Minnesota Vikings linebacker Pete Bercich joined the program and talked about a former Denver Broncos quarterback that turned some heads for the Vikings and the connections between the two football teams. Bercich talked about the strengths and weaknesses that he has seen with the Broncos and the key players that could favor Denver.
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