Daly Dose 01-31-19 Recapping the 2018 NFL season Part 3

Thursday on the Daly Dose, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell finally discusses some of the proposed rule changes after the officiating fiasco. Are the proposals we are hearing so far, good ideas?

Then, we continue our recap of the 2018 NFL season, as we prepare for Super Bowl LIII on Sunday. Today, we take a closer look at the NFC South, AFC South, and NFC West! We look at each team in each division, how their season went, and discuss how they may look going forward!

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Daly Dose 10-29-18 The Red Sox are World Series Champs

Monday on the Daly Dose, we are recapping what we learned from a very busy weekend in sports!

The Boston Red Sox close out the Los Angeles Dodgers to win the World Series again!

In the NFL, we were reminded why it is always risky to bet on sports, one starting QB could lose his job, and one team is finally getting on track.

We saw a number of shake ups in college football, and one team may have put themselves back into playoff contention, and one college basketball program is taking their academics very seriously!

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Daly Dose 09-19-18 The worst teams in the NFL and CFB so far

Wednesday on the Daly Dose, we discuss how NFL Hall of Famers pushing for insurance is just another reason that more NFL rules are coming. We may be seeing a changing of the guard in Tampa Bay as now the players seem to be in favor of their current quarterback.

Plus, Oscar De La Hoya says he may want to run for President here in the United States, and we think he just might have what it takes to win.

Finally, we take a look at some weekly power rankings and examine the worst teams so far in the NFL and college football. Is there any hope for these struggling teams?

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Daly Dose 09-10-18 The return of the NFL

Monday on the Daly Dose, we reflect on what we learned from the weekend in sports!

Aaron Rodgers is the fastest healer of all time, Andrew Luck might be sneakier than we thought, and we look at how expectations can affect teams drastically.

In college football, the Nebraska Cornhuskers could be in for a long season, the Michigan Wolverines got some great news…sort of, and the Oklahoma Sooners are going to be tested.

Finally, Serena Williams takes a stand for women, and Major League Baseball has some tempers flaring in strange places!

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Daly Dose 09-06-18 Our 2018 Daly Dose NFL Preview Part 3

Thursday on the Daly Dose, the Seattle Seahawks finally have safety Earl Thomas joining the team, but he is not happy about it. Meanwhile, the Pittsburgh Steelers are battling running back Le’Veon Bell, and it doesn’t seem to be going very well.

Then, we continue our 2018 Daly Dose NFL preview! We now move on to the AFC South where we should see very tight competition between the Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, and the Tennessee Titans. The NFC South has a chance to produce a few playoff teams with the Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints, Carolina Panthers, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers will battling for the postseason. And we begin to discuss the AFC West. The Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders, Los Angeles Chargers, and Denver Broncos are all hoping to finish near the top!

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Daly Dose 06-28-18 Possible busts in the NFL

Thursday on the Daly Dose, we look at an early World Cup upset, another day in the LeBron James watch, and we have a disturbing story in Major League Baseball that should make you very cautious when you go to the ballpark.

With the pending suspension of Tampa Bay Buccaneers starting quarterback Jameis Winston, we take a look at few other recent top NFL draft picks that are in danger of being labeled busts very soon, if things don’t change.

Finally, we do have a few sports overreactions of the week concerning the NBA and LeBron James. Has he already made his free agent decision?

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Daly Dose 06-25-18 What we learned from the weekend in sports

Monday on the Daly Dose, we are recapping the weekend in sports by taking a closer look at what we learned!

In the NBA, Dwight Howard is on the move yet again, and we now know why.  There were a number of talented players that went undrafted in the NBA, where will they end up? Carmelo Anthony is going to remain in Oklahoma City for another season, and that could be working against LeBron James ending up in Los Angeles.

In the NFL, Jameis Winston could be in more trouble than we originally thought, and Brett Favre is taking a hard stand against youth football.

We also saw a major comeback in World Cup 2018, an important rule installed in college football, bats taking over in the NCAA World Series, and a surprising team playing well in Major League Baseball!

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Daly Dose 06-22-18 Recapping the 2018 NBA Draft

It is Friday, and we are taking a look at some of the biggest moves in last night’s 2018 NBA Draft. What concerns do we have about Trae Young? What impressed us about Mikhal Bridges? Did the Denver Nuggets get a steal in Michael Porter?

We also preview the weekend in sports including some Major League Baseball series tha might be worth watching and a few games in World Cup 2018.

Finally, we take a look back at the Top 5 best undrafted NBA players of all time!  

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The Daly Dose Sports NFL Bottom 5 Power Rankings!

Bottom 5

This week the Daly Dose takes a look at the five worst teams in the NFL!

Team/Record Last game/Next game Outlook
1. Chicago Bears 0-3

Last week: 1

Last game: Lost @Seattle 26-0

Next game: Sun. vs. Oakland

The Bears managed just 146 yards on Sunday against the Seahawks and have now been outscored 105-46. With Jay Cutler injured backup QB Jimmy Clausen didn’t throw a single interception against Seattle. Of course he only threw for 63 more yards than I did.
2. New Orleans Saints 0-3

Last week: 2

Last game: Lost @Carolina 27-22

Next game: Sun. vs. Dallas

Drew Brees was out with an injured shoulder in Week 3 against the Panthers but Luke McCown threw for over 300 yards and the Saints still lost. Brees might be back this week but unless he plays linebacker or offensive line it won’t really matter on Sunday against the Cowboys.
3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1-2

Last week: 3

Last game: Lost @Houston 19-9

Next Game: Sun. vs. Carolina

Jameis Winston started off his NFL career with a bang when he threw a pick six on his very first throw. At least it was a completion. Winston has completed a league worst 52 percent of his passes so far. Unfortunately I think that is also the same percentage of plays that the Bucs defense allows a touchdown.
4. San Francisco 49ers 1-2

Last week: 4

Last game: Lost @Arizona 47-7

Next game: Sun. vs. Green Bay

After an encouraging first game against the Minnesota Vikings it seems that QB Colin Kaepernick has forgotten how to play football again. In three games he has thrown as many touchdowns to opposing teams as he has to his own.
5. Miami Dolphins 1-2

Last week: 5

Last game: Lost vs. Buffalo 42-14

Next game: Sun. vs. NY Jets in London

You might think this spot would go to a team like Jacksonville. Except that the Jaguars have already beaten the Dolphins. The Miami defense is allowing 145 yard rushing per game with new acquisition Ndamukong Suh. You might say the Fins defense is really “Suh-cking”.

Daly Dose Sports Pro Football NFC South Preview

We now take a look at the NFC South that consistently gives us one of the worst teams to make the playoffs every year. Which 9-7 or 8-8 team will it be this season? The Daly Dose Pro Football Preview will lay it out.

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Team Predicted finish Outlook
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New Orleans Saints

10-6 As long as the Saints have Drew Brees they will have a shot. He led New Orleans to the #1 offense in total yardage in 2014.  Brees should be able to get the Saints to bounce back from their disappointing 7-9 season and missing the playoffs in 2014. Of course, they still have a pretty awful defense so don’t go expecting miracles out of the guy.
Atlanta Falcons 9-7 Do you realize that the Falcons were a possession away from going to the Super Bowl just three seasons ago? In the 2012 NFC Championship game Atlanta led the San Francisco 49ers 17-0 in the 2nd quarter. I’m not sure the Falcons defense has forced a punt since.
Carolina Panthers 7-9 Carolina has a good defense and it’s a good thing because with wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin out for the season with a knee injury they will be on the field a lot as Cam Newton’s passes sail over his remaining receiver’s heads.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5-11 The Buccaneers drafted Florida State QB Jameis Winston with the first overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft and the Bucs have some talent to put around him. Doug Martin is a solid running back and Vincent Jackson and Mike Evans give him big targets downfield. Of course Tampa Bay’s offensive line is one of the worst in the league so Jameis can expect to get manhandled quite a bit by opposing defenses. Which is kind of ironic when you think about it.

Did you miss our AFC South Preview?

Next up the NFC West Preview!