The Drive – 7/29/16 – Day two of Champ Camp is in the books and Big Al and D-Mac are ready to breakdown everything they’ve seen. They go over the QB competition, the incredible competition at WR, who the sleepers are this year, and more. They are joined by Cecil Lammey to get his perspective from camp, revisit their interview with Broncos Running back CJ Anderson from earlier today, and bring on Mike Klis to clear up whether or not Mark Sanchez was benched for throwing an INT.
Next it’s the Big Three at 3:30 headlined by Trevor Siemian getting most of the reps with the 1st team today, which positions have the least depth on the Broncos, Joey Bosa holding out from the Chargers training camp, Wide Receiver Brandon Marshal issuing a challenge to Antonio Brown, Demarcus Ware speaking on his back issue, and Andre Johnson signing with the Tennessee Titans.Big Al and D-Mac get the show started by reacting to the first injury of training camp, former first-round pick Phil Taylor. They also react to the incredible, Odell-Beckham like catch made by wide receiver Jordan Taylor, and breakdown the QB leader-board.
Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joins the show to share what he saw at Champ camp. They ask him where the QBs stand, which wide receivers he sees making the team, and what other big take-aways he has from the first two days of camp. Listen to our conversation with Cecil HERE!
The guys are joined by Mike Klis to clear up some questions as to whether or not Mark Sanchez was benched for Trevor Siemian for throwing an INT, after a story he wrote for 9News was interpreted by some to say just that. Listen to our conversation with Mike HERE!The second hour of the show kicks off with the guys interviewing CJ Anderson at Champ Camp to get his thoughts on training camp so far. They ask him about how it feels to be back to work, how he sees himself fitting in his new role on the offense, how it feels to head into the season as Superbowl champs, and what he sees for the Broncos in 2016. Listen to our conversation with C.J HERE!
The guys close the hour talking about Jordan Taylor’s incredible catch and what making a play like this in camp means for his chances on making plays on Sundays come this season.
Halfway through the hour it’s the Closing Bell ringing in with Jordan Taylor trending up after making a spectacular catch for, Wade Phillip’s quiet leadership trending up as he has taken command of the defense without yelling and screaming, Redskins GM Scott McCloughan trending down after smashing his hand, and Rolando McClain trending down after he has still not been able to report to camp.At the top of the final hour of the show the guys are talking about the QB competition and debate whether or not Mark Sanchez can be an effective starter for this team. They talk about what needs to be done for the Broncos to improve on offense this year.
The show closes with some talk about Aldon Smith and the trouble he got himself into with a video he live streamed.
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