The baseball season is over and free agency is in full swing. However, the sports world never stands still and football is currently at the forefront. That being said, Dodgers broadcaster Joe Davis also calls football games for FOX.
On Sunday, Davis was today’s game point guard for what turned out to be the NFL game of the year between the Buffalo Bills and Minnesota Vikings in Orchard Park, New York.
In the fourth quarter, with less than two minutes left in the game, Vikings QB Kirk Cousins pitched to his favorite target, Justin Jefferson, and he made an incredible catch, and Davis’ call got him. made even better.
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The emotion Joe brings to his calls is unmatched. It still makes the call 100 times better; it seems like he always knows what to say.
The Dodgers hired Joe Davis in 2016 to call road games and eventually became Sportsnet LA’s lead commentator in 2017, replacing the late great Vin Scully, who retired in 2016.
The 34-year-old has been calling games for FOX since 2014, calling play-by-play for college football, college basketball and MLB.
He recently called his first-ever World Series alongside Hall of Famer John Smoltz.
We’re lucky Joe Davis is calling the Dodger games for us Dodger stalwarts. At a young age, he has already proven himself and established himself as one of the best commentators.