In the first hour, DMac, Tyler and Nick discuss what Mike Shula would bring to the Broncos if he was brought on as the team’s new quarterback coach. What will they coaching dynamic look like with Pat Shurmur, Mike Munchak and Mike Shula alongside Vic Fangio. Broncos defensive lineman Adam Gotsis stopped in to discuss his efforts to combat the wildfires raging in his home country of Australia and shed light on his experience heading into free agency for the first time. DMac asks Tyler and Nick about how stressful it is for NFL players do deal with waves of new, young talent coming in every single year.
In the second hour, DMac, Tyler and Nick react to Joel Klatt’s comments regarding which position the Broncos need to focus on with their first round pick. 1043TheFan.com’s James Merilatt joined the show to defend his selections on the Big Board of Possibilities and give his thoughts on Mike Shula being the potential Quarterback Coach for the Broncos. DMac makes drastic changes to his selections for the Big Board of Possibilities.
In the third hour, DMac, Tyler and Nick react to Mike Evans seemingly agreeing with DMac’s quarterback philosophy. DMac explains why the Broncos, from top to bottom, are starting to look painfully familiar to him.
In the fourth hour, DMac, Tyler and Nick debate whether or not ESPN fairly evaluated the Broncos 2019 draft class. The guys try to get to the bottom of the allegations against Gritty, the mascot for the Philadelphia Flyers. DMac asks Tyler and Nick whether or not the Broncos should be buyers in free agency when it comes to running backs. 1043TheFan.com’s James Merilatt joined the show to defend his selections on the Big Board of Possibilities and give his thoughts on Mike Shula being the potential Quarterback Coach for the Broncos.
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