Monday on the Daly Dose, it is Christmas Eve, and we have a number of sports themed requests for Santa. We have a few things that we would like to see fixed in the NFL, the NBA, college football, and more.
The NFL playoff race is beginning to clear up, one head coach is making some crazy moves, and we are struggling with the decision of one college football program to play the victim.
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!
Monday on the Daly Dose, we are looking at what we learned from the weekend in sports!
College football is back…sort of…and it was not a good start for the state of Colorado. Plus, a Top 25 team sustains an injury that could cause them to struggle.
In the NFL, a Super Bowl contender loses a player in a position that cannot afford to lose. Denver Broncos GM John Elway makes an odd move, and NFL defensive players are running out of places to hit players with the ball. The New York Giants have short memories, the Pittsburgh Steelers are running out of tight ends, and a number of people are taking shots at the NFL!
Thursday on the Daly Dose, we discuss the San Antonio Spurs trading Kawhi Leonard to Toronto, it looks like the Los Angeles Dodgers are getting Manny Machado, and the Pittsburgh Steelers get some unsettling news.
With this being such a slow time of year in sports, we also discuss a few ideas that we have for some new 30 for 30s that we would love to tune in for. We have a few stories that we would like to get more insight on, including the Thailand soccer team that was recently trapped.
Finally, we look at whether or not the Pittsburgh Steelers are offering running back LeVeon Bell a fair deal.
This week on the Daly Dose, we take a look at the wild weekend that was the 2017 NFL Draft! Who were the winners and losers as NFL teams selected the top collegiate talent? NFL writer Dillon Brooks stops by to discuss which teams got better, and who may have fallen short!
The NBA conference semifinals are under way, and Clint and Dillon give you their picks in each series, and a few things that have stood out so far.
Amid all of the recent layoffs and reports, that the global sports television channel is losing millions of subscribers, ESPN made a surprising announcement.
They will be awarding themselves the Arthur Ashe Courage Award for bravery, this summer, at their annual ESPY awards show. A spokesperson for the media giant stated that the award for courage is only fitting.
“What the executives here at this fine company have done is to be commended. Yes, things have been a difficult, and a number of very talented people have lost their jobs. Unfortunately, that was a sacrifice that had to be made, but ESPN will press on and move forward. We are not going to give up the fight.” stated the source.
ESPN has been hemorrhaging subscribers over the past six years, as many sports fans are changing the way they view their favorite sporting events. The problem for the network, is that they have already signed long-term deals for broadcasting rights to major sporting events, and their choices in programming are not keeping viewers satisfied.
Will any of the ESPN executives that made these ill-conceived financial deals be losing their jobs?
“No, that won’t be happen.” said the spokesperson. “But we will consider accepting this prestigious award on behalf of some of our fallen comrades. Hopefully, that makes them feel better. Look, we deserve this. We are persevering. We feel like we are the Caitlyn Jenner of the sports media world.”