MHR Radio Podcast 2.20 | with The Denver Post's Joan Niesen

We have got The Denver Post's new lightning in a bottle Joan Niesen on today's show, you will love listening to her or your money back, guaranteed.

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Was anyone aware that they are developing pretty blond economists somewhere near St. Louis? We had no idea, Joan Niesen did though. She is the outcome of some type of test-tube program that creates economists ships them to Washington D.C. and then force feeds them into graduate school journalism programs in Columbia, MO.

Then they go to work for The Denver Post. That is our guest today, the forever stellar Joan Niesen and she is here to share insight as well as some opinion on a team that you may have more than just a passing interest in, the Denver Broncos.

Of course Kyle and I have our own opinions on why the Broncos lost last Thursday. Kyle will at some point refuse to predict anything ever again and that will force me to predict another undefeated season from here on out. We talk a little about two of the defensive linemen that Denver has just brought in and the exit of J.D. Walton. We also solve Denver's issue in the secondary.

Be sure to check out our poll question, we need your opinions! Thanks for listening and we hope that you enjoy this Brian Dawkins episode of the MHR Radio Podcast.

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