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Circling the Wagons: Bills/Packers recap, roster bubble w/Dan Fetes of Buffalo Plus

Let’s recap the game, talk roster bubble and possible Beane trades! Listen now!

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In this episode, we talk about the Buffalo Bills vs. Green Bay Packers preseason game with Dan Fetes of WHAM 13 News and Buffalo Plus. We discuss what it was like to have Bills Mafia fully in the stands for the first time in two seasons and takeaways on the performance like how Josh Allen, Gabriel Davis and the rest of the offense looked. We talk about which players are on the roster bubble for the Bills and which players Beane could potentially trade away, plus much more! Listen now and Go Bills!

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