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Our friends Eric Goodman and Zach Fogg at Mile High Sports tackled several subjects of importance today on The Afternoon Drive. Be sure to check out the cliff notes and listen to the replays provided below.

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During today's Mile High Sports Afternoon Drive, our good friends Eric Goodman and Zach Fogg put on a great show once again and offered up a handful of quality topics for discussing in regard to our beloved Denver Broncos.

In their first segment, they talked about the release of James Casey to make room for Derek Wolfe and espoused on the changes that the Broncos have endured on offense since the start of training camp.

A noteworthy observation that there is very little left remaining of Head Coach Gary Kubiak's initial offensive system other than the zone-blocking scheme.  The segment ends on whether or not the current stable of Broncos running backs, in particular Ronnie Hillman have the ability to make things work consistently throughout the entire season.

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The second part of the Afternoon Drive included an interview with Broncos tight end Owen Daniels, who spoke about several things: the Raiders vulnerability in defending tight ends, the remarkable career of Charles Woodson and quarterback Peyton Manning's ability to tackle and tidbits on the Broncos offensive line.

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Managing Editor of Mile High Report, Kyle Montgomery stepped up to the bat and offered his opinions on the Broncos match-up against the Raiders this weekend. He discussed the vulnerability of Oakland's secondary as well as the potential that rookie wide receiver Amari Cooper has in the passing game which could cause headaches for Denver's defense.

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Last but not least, the Eric and Zach spoke with Denver Broncos inside linebacker Danny Trevathan who answered a handful of questions pertaining to what this game means against the Raiders, how intimidating are Raiders fans and much more.

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If you haven't already, be sure to give them all a listen and get hyped for the game this weekend. Go Broncos!