Thursday on the Daly Dose, we look at a few breaking news stories. Jimmy Butler is unhappy in Minnesota, the Jacksonville Jaguars make a confusing personnel move, and ESPN had better not ruin PGA golf.
After the first five weeks of the NFL season, we preview which players could be in the running for the Most Valuable Player award.
Finally, we take a look at some of the biggest sports media overreactions of the week! Should the Denver Broncos make a move at quarterback? Was the McGregor vs. Nurmagomedov fight actually good for UFC? Should the Philadelphia Eagles pull the plug on this season? And with New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees breaking the all time NFL record for passing yards, should he be included in the greatest quarterback of all time conversation? We answer all of these questions and more!
Wednesday on the Daly Dose, the Colorado Rockies outlast the Chicago Cubs in the Wild Card Game, the NFL needs to rethink their officiating methods, and Le’Veon Bell is ready to play football again…eventually.
Now that we are over a month into the college football season, we take a look at the top contenders to win the Heisman this season, and we discuss a few players that might already be out of the running.
Then we discuss the Major League Baseball playoffs. Who are the true contenders to win the World Series? We look to a very reliable source to shed some light on the postseason!
Tuesday on the Dose, the National League postseason is finally set thanks to the season ending tie breakers, as the Milwaukee Brewers win the NL Central and the Los Angeles Dodgers win the NL West. We saw a better than expected Monday Night Football game as the Kansas City Chiefs came back from a 10 point deficit to beat the Denver Broncos on the road. Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes was very impressive.
Then we take a look at some of the biggest winners and losers from the week in college football and the NFL. In NCAA Football, there is just one undefeated team remaining in the Pac 12, one head coach keeps finding ways to win, and Penn State should be worried about more than their play calling! In the NFL we discuss the Patriots getting back on track, a tale of two Thomases, and NFL refs at least got one thing right!
Thursday on the Daly Dose, the Los Angeles Dodgers are getting hot but Yasiel Puig has some issues away from the baseball diamond. The Dallas Mavericks got a slap on the wrist from the NBA, and it is a good thing they aren’t in the NFL.
We discuss the frustration that Tom Brady voiced about Bill Belichick in a newly released book. Could the New England Patriots be in trouble after their loss in Week 2 to the Jacksonville Jaguars?
Finally, we take a look at some of the top sports overreactions of the week. Should UCLA and Florida State already replace their newly hired head coaches? Are the Dallas Cowboys back? Can Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes break the single season touchdown record? Could the Denver Broncos be a playoff team? And are the Los Angeles Rams now the Super Bowl favorite? We answer all of these questions and more!
Tuesday on the Dose, we have some free, insightful advice for the Green Bay Packers concerning Aaron Rodgers status for Week 2 against the Minnesota Vikings.
We take a look at the biggest winners and losers from Week 2 of the college football season. We may not have seen many big games or upsets just yet, but we have a number of programs that are winners and losers.
Finally we look at the biggest winners and losers from Week 1 of the NFL season. Who were the winners from the longest game in NFL history? How could the Baltimore Ravens be losers after such a dominant victory? We have these, and more, today on the Dose!
Friday on the Daly Dose, the NFL is finally back, and we saw an entertaining finish to the season opener. The Philadelphia Eagles slipped past the Atlanta Falcons, and we discuss why the preseason games still do not matter.
Plus, we conclude our 2018 Daly Dose NFL Preview! We finish up our look at the AFC West, and move on to the NFC West. Are the new look Los Angeles Rams the team to beat? Are the Seattle Seahawks best years behind then? And how confident should we be in the San Francisco 49ers? Finally, we give our selections for Super Bowl LIII!