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Jamie D and Big Newt: On to bigger challenges

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The Buffalo Bills expectedly beat down the Houston Texans on a chilly and rainy day. Starting an inexperienced quarterback due to the legal issues of Deshaun Watson and injury to Tyrod Taylor—who is no scrub—it was going to take a near-perfect game by the Texans to win.

Jamie D’Amico and Big Chris Newton discussed the players on the squad who had early career accomplishments, including safety Jaquan Johnson getting his first start and interception, defensive end Boogie Basham getting his first game action and a sack, and Spencer Brown getting his first start at right tackle.

Meanwhile, the injury to Matt Milano is a concern with the upcoming game against AFC Champions, the Kansas City Chiefs and will probably require some TLC. Although Kansas CIty is a game behind Buffalo, they can still score points and win games. The hosts break down the Chiefs’ season up to this point and examine what the outcomes could be on Sunday night.

And finally, Cole Beasley’s Twitter comments about Bills fans is addressed.

Let us know what you think! Holler at me on Twitter @TheJamieDamico or Big Newt at @Big_Newt.


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