Daly Dose 05-08-19 The oldest and youngest NBA teams

Wednesday on the Daly Dose, the Oklahoma City Thunder should already be concerned about next season, Le’Veon Bell is up to his old tricks again with the New York Jets, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive lineman Jason Pierre Paul just can’t seem to catch any breaks in life. We have an exclusive Daly Dose I-Team interview!

Then, our Daly Dose Hump Day Power Rankings take a look at the oldest and youngest NBA rosters by average age. Which teams could see their window closing very soon, and which young teams could be on the verge of being perennial contenders?

Daly Dose 11-15-18 Our NFL midseason review Part 3

Thursday on the Daly Dose, we are already halfway through November, and the holiday light are already going up way too early.

We discuss a bizarre ruling in British league soccer, and the fractured relationship between Jason Pierre Paul and the new York Giants.

Then, we continue our NFL midseason review with a long time friend of the show! We dive into the AFC and NFC South. Which teams could come out as division champs? We also begin to look at the AFC West. Which teams should be forked because they are already done?

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Daly Dose #124 The 2017 Daly Dose College Basketball Awards

Clint is back from his vacation, and discusses what he learned from his trip!

The NBA Playoffs are finally here! Can anyone actually beat the Golden State Warriors or the Cleveland Cavaliers? We give you four teams that just might have what it takes to pull the upset.

In the NFL, the Oakland Raiders are looking desperate, and Tony Romo may be retired, but he still has more pressure on him than you might think.

The 2017 Major League Baseball season is underway, and as usual, it makes absolutely no sense.

College basketball may be over, but we hand out some season-end awards. Of course, we give out the Coach of the Year, and Player of the Year, but you also won’t want to miss the Kardashian Award, the Chris Webber Award, and the Guy Lewis Award!

Finally, with Dustin Johnson pulling out of the Masters with an odd injury, we take a look back at five of the craziest off-the-field injuries in sports history!

Listen here to Episode #124 The 2017 Daly Dose College Basketball Awards!

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Daly Dose Sports Pro Football NFC East Preview

We move now to the NFC East.

Is Chip Kelly really smarter than everyone else? Can the Cowboys repeat their winning ways from last season? Can the Giants turn it around and save Tom Coughlin’s job? Can that team from Washington ? I think we know that the answer to all of these questions is “no”.

NFC-East

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NFC East

Philadelphia Eagles

11-5 First Chip Kelly takes former Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray and then he deals QB Nick Foles to the Rams for Sam Bradford. Not bad. If Bradford can actually stay healthy he could be an improvement. Of course that’s like saying “if Philly fans can be polite” or “if Tim Tebow can complete a pass.”
Dallas Cowboys 10-6 The Dallas Cowboys finally got over the hump last year and made it to the Divisional round of the NFC playoffs. They made it by running the ball and taking some of the pressure off of QB Tony Romo to perform late in games. So what did they do in the offseason? They got rid of RB DeMarco Murray (1,845 yards) and replaced him with Darren McFadden (534 yards). Well of course they did.
New York Giants 9-7 The Giants suffered back to back losing seasons for the first time in the Tom Coughlin era as the Giants stumbled to a 6-10 record in 2014. To be fair they did have an insane number of injuries that they were forced to deal with. I was unsure exactly where to rank the Giants in this preview so I asked DE Jason Pierre-Paul to hold up fingers for where he thinks the Giants will finish in the NFC East. Okay Jason, three it is.
Washington Redskins 4-12 The Redskins announced that they would be starting Kirk Cousins in Week 1 after the Robert Griffin III fiasco but that RG3 “still has a future in Washington”.  I didn’t even know he was running for office.

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