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Circling the Wagons: Bills/Panthers thoughts, 2017 vs 2018 seasons

Bills/Panthers thoughts and 2017 vs 2018 discussion

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In this episode, we discuss the Buffalo Bills vs. Carolina Panthers preseason game. We go over the offense (Josh Allen, Matt Barkley, and Christian Wade) defense (Trent Murphy’s sack, Mike Love’s possibly solidifying his spot on the second team unit, Kevin Johnson’s TAINT), and special teams (Stephen Hauschka, Andre Roberts) and some of the promising depth that we may finally have on this roster (i.e. Deon Lacey).

After that, we talk to Content and Operations Manager for radio station WAER in Syracuse, Kevin Kloss (@KevinKloss), to discuss a fun preseason topic: Which was a more impressive feat by the Buffalo Bills team and organization? The 9-7 season in 2017 where they ended the 17-year playoff drought or the 6-10 season in 2018 where they had a rookie QB and $70 million in dead cap? Be sure to leave your thoughts in the comments section. Go Bills!

Additional players/topics discussed: Frank Reich, Gale Gilbert, Tyree Jackson, Levi Wallace, Tre’Davious White, Tyrod Taylor, Von Miller, Matt Ryan, Julio Jones, Mohamed Sanu, Matt Milano, Jerry Hughes, Deonte Thompson, Jay Cutler, Adam Vinatieri, Joe Webb, Blizzard Game, Andy Dalton, Tyler Boyd, Eric Wood, Richie Incognito.

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