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Jamie D and Big Newt: Bye Week Blues and Thanksgiving Dinner

Plus predictions for the final six games of the season!

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2020 has been a trying year for many, but one reason to give thanks is the Buffalo Bills’ 7-3 record! Another is the weekly podcast from Jamie D and Big Newt.

In this episode you’ll find out why, despite the loss to the Arizona Cardinals before the bye week, D’Amico and Big Newt expect the team, and quarterback Josh Allen, to be competitive down the stretch.

They break down how the Bills defended the the much-discussed final play against the Cardinals, when Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray hit DeAndre Hopkins in the end zone, and why it wasn’t designed to be a typical Hail Mary-style jump ball.

There was also some intrigue to discuss as head coach Sean McDermott made a strange statement about the reason center Mitch Morse didn’t play. Your hosts speculate on what it could mean for him and future shuffling of the offensive line

Big Newt discusses the largest eight grade football players he’s seen. Also, let us not forget that Thanksgiving is upon us, which means Big Newt has plans to gorge himself with sweet potato pie.

The hosts want to hear from you! Get involved on Twitter at @TheJamieDamico and @Big_Newt.

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