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Jamie D and Big Newt: The Beasley Factor

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After some discussion about the upper echelon of Halloween candy, Jamie D and Big Newt discuss what propelled the Buffalo Bills to a 26-11 win over the Miami Dolphins.

The hosts are in agreement that the decision to include Cole Beasley in the second half is what allowed the Bills to pull away. Beasley has shown repeatedly that he’s skilled at helping the offense achieve first downs.

The play calling was also discussed, namely the decision in the first half to run a quarterback keeper on 3rd & 9. Could that play call have shown a lack of confidence in quarterback Josh Allen?

This past weekend also presented a major shift of the powers of the NFL due to injuries to marquee players. D’Amico and Newton also take a look how that is going to effect the Bills’ remaining schedule.

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