Friday on the Daly Dose, it is National Paranormal Day, and we look at a few things that cannot be explained in the sports world. There is a very strange story coming out of Suffolk, England and our Daly Dose I-Team has an exclusive news story.
Then, we conclude our way too early 2019 NFL Draft grades, by looking at the AFC and NFC West divisions. How did our hometown Denver Broncos grade out?
Monday on the Daly Dose, we are joined by a longtime friend of the show to hand out some way too early NFL Draft grades, but first, we take a look at some of the biggest stories from the weekend in sports.
The Kansas City Chiefs have some very difficult decisions to make, one NFL player calls it a career, and we take a look at each of the NBA Conference semifinal matchups!
Are the Golden State Warriors in trouble against the Houston Rockets? Can the Denver Nuggets give the Portland Trail Blazers any sort of a challenge? Are the Boston Celtics going to have an easy road past the Milwaukee Bucks? Can the Philadelphia 76ers put up a fight against the Toronto Raptors? We answer these and more today on the Dose!
Wednesday on the Daly Dose, the NBA Playoffs are progressing, and the young Denver Nuggets might be learning some valuable lessons.
The Kansas City Chiefs pulled off a big trade, but did they pay too much? Odell Beckham Jr. made one very key statement in his Twitter feud that may have been missed.
Then, we continue to get ready for the 2019 NFL Draft that begins tomorrow night by looking at some of the best under the radar prospects that are available. We have a few small school players that could make a big impact!
Thursday on the Daly Dose, the Alliance of American Football already seems to be in serious trouble, the Oakland Raiders want nothing to do with HBO’s Hard Knocks, and we could have a new event at the Olympics!
Then, we preview tonight’s NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen games that should be very exciting!
Finally, we take a look at a few of the biggest sports media overreactions from this past week. Is LeBron James being disrespected? Is Duke superstar Zion Williamson a “can’t miss” prospect for the NBA? And is the new rule regarding pass interference going to be great for the NFL? We answer these questions and more!
Thursday on the Daly Dose, the Baltimore Ravens have been very busy this off-season, are their moves going to pay off? The Kansas City Chiefs make a very surprising move, and the college admission scandal just keeps getting more strange.
We also continue our conversation with basketball coach Russ McKinstry. How much responsibility should LeBron James take for the Los Angeles Lakers struggles? Are the Denver Nuggets capable of challenging the Golden State Warriors? Then, we turn our attention to March Madness! Which conferences are going to be the toughest in the tournament? And which conference seems is really struggling this season?
Wednesday on the Daly Dose, we have a new sports related college scandal, but this time no athletes are involved.
The Giants and the Chiefs made big trades in the NFL yesterday and we have a pretty good idea why both of them happened. Plus, NFL free agency keeps rolling along, but we haven’t seen any moves that will change the balance of power just yet.
The NBA has another bad fan/player interaction, but will Commissioner Adam Silver do anything impactful about it?
Then, we continue our conversation with long time basketball coach Russ McKinstry. We talk about whether Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray can be a true NFL quarterback, and then move our focus to the NBA. Can anyone challenge the Golden State Warriors? And what in the world happened to the Los Angeles Lakers this season?
Tuesday on the Dose, NFL free agents are verbally committing to contracts all over the league. Which teams are winning so far, and what does winning free agency actually mean?
Then, we are joined by longtime high school basketball coach Russ McKinstry to discuss a number of things in sports!
Today, we are talking about the NFL, why the New England Patriots keep winning, how good Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs can be, and can former University of Oklahoma Sooner Kyler Murray really be an NFL quarterback?
Monday on the Daly Dose, we are recapping what we learned from the weekend in sports!
A number of NFL teams were making personnel moves prior to the start of NFL free agency, did the Oakland Raiders fleece the Pittsburgh Steelers in their deal for wide receiver Antonio Brown? The Kansas City Chiefs made a few interesting choices, and the New England Patriots have been very active already.
We saw the first ticket to March Madness get punched, we be starting to see some fallout from the college basketball scandal, and last year’s NCAA Tournament darling is not going to be making a repeat appearance!
In the NBA, the Los Angeles Lakers are sitting a few players, but they are not going the one we expected, and one NBA team got exactly what they needed this weekend!
Thursday on the Daly Dose, it is Valentine’s Day, and the Denver Broncos have made a trade for quarterback Joe Flacco. Will he be more effective than Case Keenum?
The Los Angeles Lakers say that they won’t be firing head coach Luke Walton, but we are taking odds on that propositions.
Then, we are handing out some awards for the 2018 NFL season. Who will win our rookie of the year, coach of the year, comeback player of the year, and most valuable player? We also have a few sports media overreactions of the week!
Tuesday on the Dose, the Cleveland Browns sign RB Kareem Hunt, but that really shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. The Oakland A’s cannot be very happy with the announcement that Kyler Murray made on Monday. Plus, the Georgia Bulldogs do something that could mean big trouble for the rest of the country.
The, we take a look at the biggest winners and losers from the 2018 NFL season! Quarterbacks had huge seasons this year, so why did a number of them end up on our loser list? Plus, NFL referees were definitely losers, but it might not be for the reason that you might think!