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It’s time for the Broncos to let Lock loose. The Drive: 12.06.19

DENVER, CO - DECEMBER 1: Quarterback Drew Lock #3 of the Denver Broncos surveys the defense during the first quarter against the Los Angeles Chargers at Empower Field at Mile High on December 1, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)


In the first hour of The Drive with DMac and Nick Ferguson, they talked about Peter King’s comments on Tom Brady and why he would be a good fit for the Denver Broncos. Dallas 105.3 The Fan’s Kevin Hageland joined the program and discussed his viral interview with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. Hageland also discussed why this interview was so bizarre and raises some red flags for Jason Garret. Wrapping up the first hour of the Drive, DMac and Ferguson discussed the reality of Brady coming to Denver and how impact his free agency will be.


In the second hour of The Drive, DMac joined with Nick Ferguson discussed Von Miller’s injury and Ferguson talked about what a lower body injury is like and how to overcome it. The guys discussed alternated rules for the NFL that could mean 17 games for teams and the hypothetical rules that could apply. On Prop Bets, the predictions ranged from Drew Lock’s performance, Ju’Wuan James and the future of Rich Scangerello. Wrapping up the second hour of The Drive, DMac and Ferguson discussed why Drew Lock needs to start the remaining of the season and continue to be the starter into the 2020 season.


In the third hour of The Drive with DMac and Nick Ferguson, the guys discussed why John Elway and the Denver Broncos need to pursue Tom Brady and company and why this is the best for the franchise now and for the future. Wrapping up the third hour of The Drive, DMac with Ferguson painted a picture with Bob Ross on the future of the Broncos and what it could shape up like.


In the fourth hour, DMac and Nick discuss Peter King’s startling comments regarding Tom Brady. The guys discuss whether or not the Broncos need to commit to Drew Lock for the foreseeable future or pursue a free agent this offseason. The guys call Andy Lock’s restaurant in Kansas City, discuss the  evening specials and pitch the idea of hosting a show from the restaurant before next week’s game.

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