DMac and Tyler began the show talking about The Fan Match that was played together with the other shows yesterday. Did Tyler really quit in a competition again? In the water cooler, Jay Cutler is investigating chicken murders. DMac also explained how excited he is that baseball is back. With the Pro Football Hall of Fame being postponed to 2021, the guys discuss if they should move the ceremony from city to city.
In Football at Four, Von Miller and Bradley Chubb are both left off the list from top 10 edge rushers in the NFL. DMac threw fireballs at the morning show for suggesting the Broncos should have drafted Quenton Nelson instead of Bradley Chubb. DMac and Tyler debate if Denver should have drafted a quarterback or Nelson. DMac then killed it with truth about Drew Brees coming to town to throw with Emmanuel Sanders. DMac insists that Drew Lock needs to be doing be doing the same thing as Brees. Nicki Jhabvala joined the show to explain why she’s leaving to The Washington Post. Nicki gave advice on how a young female reporter could succeed in the sports broadcasting business. James Merilatt of 1043TheFan.com joined the show to give his thoughts on The Fan Match. James also talked with the guys about The Fan’s Timeline 25. Who is the most hated person in Denver sports history?
In the 3rd hour, the fellas jumped back into the film room to break down Drew Lock’s 4th start last season against Detroit. Tyler talked about how Drew Lock still needs to work on his footwork. DMac and Tyler reacted to the reports that the NFL will let the team’s state governor decide how many fans will be allowed to attend the game.
In the top six, why was Drew Brees in Denver? DMac and Tyler talked about the NFL potentially have two teams worth of unsigned players for NFL teams to choose from if someone tests positive for the virus. Do the Broncos have a top 10 edge rusher in the NFL? The fellas then reflected back on yesterday’s golf match between all of the shows. Nicki Jhabvala joined the show to explain why she’s leaving to The Washington Post. Nicki gave advice on how a young female reporter could succeed in the sports broadcasting business.
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