In the first hour, Tyler and DMac react to Melvin Gordon’s comments to Troy Renck about the struggles he faced last season. DMac defends the fact that he has not made his tattoo appointment yet. At The Water Cooler, the guys discuss the updated COVID-19 concerns for the Avalanche and the sad state of the Colorado Rockies. Cecil Lammey joins the show to defend his latest report, which received backlash from other national outlets, including The Pat McAfee Show.
In the second hour, Tyler and DMac break down the newly-released win/loss projections. What weaknesses do the Broncos need to address most in the draft this year? John Clayton, 104.3 The Fan’s Senior Broncos writer for DenverFan.com, joins the show to discuss how the decision to opt out of voluntary workouts could impact how the way the Broncos use their first-round draft pick. DenverFan.com’s James Merilatt joins the show to react to Melvin Gordon’s comments to Troy Renck regarding the difficulties he faced last season.
In the third hour, Mt. Polumbus speaks on how Drew Lock should handle the voluntary workout sessions on Monday, as the starting quarterback of the team and someone who has workout bonuses tied into his contract. Tyler challenges the narrative that the Broncos still believe in Drew Lock, given how many other quarterbacks they have been linked to this offseason.
In the fourth hour, Tyler and DMac recap the top stories of the day during the Top 6 at 6:00. George Karl, our Fan Nuggets Analyst, joins the show to preview tonight’s game against Houston Rockets and discuss how the team can survive without Jamal Murray in the lineup. The guys react to Melvin Gordon’s comments to Troy Renck and the latest teams to opt out of voluntary offseason workouts.
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