Among the topics discussed:
- Why All-Pro quarterback Josh Allen enjoys playing the Miami Dolphins so much.
- How the Bills’ offense can revert back to its record-setting ways from last year by both utilizing more play action and getting more contributions from the ground game.
- Should Bills fans be concerned about the offensive line, which was tormented by T.J. Watt, Cameron Heyward and a stout Pittsburgh front four?
- Why Miami’s blitz-heavy tendencies should allow for wide receivers Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley, Emmanuel Sanders, and Gabriel Davis to enjoy big days against the Dolphins secondary.
- Why Ed Oliver, Jerry Hughes, Greg Rousseau and the defensive line should be able to take advantage of a weak Dolphins offensive line.
- How Buffalo can capitalize on Tua Tagovailoa’s penchant for turning over the ball, and why Boccacino and D’Amico both feel like the Bills defense will force multiple turnovers while getting after Tagovailoa.
- What Will Fuller’s absence means to Miami’s passing attack, and whether the Bills defense will continue playing more man-to-man against Miami’s talented wideouts, or whether the Bills will revert back to more zone-heavy looks?
Check out the latest Billieve Podcast for Boccacino and D’Amico’s thoughts on the game, including their score predictions, and feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments section below.
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