Podcast: Now, the Buffalo Bills' season begins
We're joined by The Buffalo News' Jay Skurski for a lively discussion on Damar Hamlin's impact, Sean McDermott's coaching style and whether or not the Bills cap a surreal season with a title.
Catch the Buffalo Bills in an honest moment this season — any player, any coach — and they’d likely admit they want to slam a “Simulate to January” button on this 2022 season. From Day 1, nothing mattered but the playoffs for this contender.
Little did Sean McDermott know what was in store. Arguably no Bills team in the franchise’s history has endured this much adversity on and off the field. Finally, the postseason is here. The Bills face an injury-ravaged Miami Dolphins team Sunday at 1 p.m., before a likely matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals in the divisional round.
To ring in the playoffs, my pal Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News stops by Fattey Beer Company in Orchard Park, NY to chat about this unprecedented season.
How will Damar Hamlin’s recovery affect the team? When it comes to the X’s and O’s, where are the Bills susceptible? Has McDermott loosened up over the years? And it’s not all Bills talk. We also whip through this weekend’s wild card games as well.
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