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Circling the Wagons: Recap of the Bills shutting out the Dolphins

We recap a great team win by the Bills! Listen now!

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In this episode, we discuss the Buffalo Bills’ shutout victory against the Miami Dolphins, 35-0, in Miami to go 1-1 on the season. We discuss the dominating pass rush of the Bills, the play of Devin Singletary and Zack Moss, and ask the question “Is it time to hit the Panic Button on Josh Allen?” The Bills answered back after a disappointing Week 1 loss, but is it repeatable? We talk about turnovers, penalties, officiating and much more!

We announce the winner of this week’s giveaway, and we discuss our general thoughts on the game, stats of the game, plays of the game (Sweet Sassy Molassy & Gettysburg), who goes on our Wall of Fame and who goes on the Wall of Shame (and turn to Twitter for some great reaction from our followers). Listen now and Go Bills!

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