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AFC East Win Totals Preview (Ep. 861)

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AFC East Win Totals Preview

The guys continue their NFL Division Preview series by breaking down the AFC East Win Totals for 2020.

(6:15) First up they’re joined by Dan Lifshatz (@DanLifshatz) of the Over Under 98.5 podcast to help analyze the New England Patriots win total. The crew breaks down the potential impact of Cam Newton and what it’s like to look at a New England win total of only 9 wins this season.

(45:00) The Miami Dolphins win total is the next one discussed and they do it with the help of Dolphins super fan Big Rob (@BigRob198936). Big Rob talks about what it’s like being a Dolphins fan in Boston and shares his optimism for Tua and the Brian Flores era.

(66:35) Next up is the New York Jets win total, analyzing the interesting Adam Gase and Sam Darnold combination. The guys do their best to highlight some positive angles on the upcoming New York Jets season, while also pointing out all the offseason losses because of trades and opt outs.

(79:40) Finally Sean and Ryan give their take on the Buffalo Bills win total. Is Josh Allen the only thing stopping this team from a Super Bowl run? The guys highlight the coaching of Sean McDermott and discuss what exactly is the Buffalo Bills ceiling this year. Is this the year they finally circle the wagons?

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