In this podcast episode, we discuss the retirement of Buffalo Bills legend, Kyle Williams, and what he’s meant to our team, the city of Buffalo, and our own lives. We take a trip down memory lane and recount him being drafted in 2006, how we felt, what adversities he’s overcome as a player, his blue collar mentality, and what he’s done as both an athlete and a leader to each Bills team he’s been a part of—regardless of general manager, coach, defensive coordinator, or defensive scheme. He’s the consummate professional. We should all be like Kyle.
Oh yeah, and there was this Bills/Dolphins game that also happened! We recap the game, like we normally do every Sunday, and give our Wall of Famers, Wall of Shamers, Stats of the Game, Plays of the Game that stood out to us, and add Kiko Alonso to the Piece of Crap Club (deservedly so). The Week 17, 42-17 win by the Bills won’t count a lot in record books of the NFL, but it will be very memorable for all of us for a very special reason. Thank You, Kyle. Go Bills!
The unbelievable tribute song to Kyle Williams at the end of the podcast is by Nadiyah—you can find her on Twitter @BILLieve88
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