Episode: Circling the Wagons: Skarekrow talks Bills All-22 film, Josh Allen, Training Camp battles & Winging It

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Circling the Wagons: Skarekrow talks Bills All-22 film, Josh Allen, Training Camp battles & Winging It

In this episode, we talk with Buffalo Rumblings staff writer Jeff Kantrowski aka "Skarekrow" about a number of different things including his All-22 film analysis on Bills players (which ones looked good, which one disappointed, rookies and free agents), his thoughts on Lesean McCoy's subpar 2018 season, his thoughts on Josh Allen going into his second year and can he be a 4,000 yard passer, which Training Camp battles he'll be watching closely, and his upcoming season of articles entitled "Wingin' It." Go Bills!

Follow Jeff on Twitter (@Jeff_Kantrowski) and find all of his great work on BuffaloRumblings.com (of course)

Additional Topics Include: penalty data, martial arts, Jackie Chan, Frank Gore, Jerry Hughes, Riley Reiff, nickel defense, Vosean Joseph, Lorenzo Alexander, Maurice Alexander, Trent Murphy, Shaq Lawson, Ty Nsekhe, LaAdrian Waddle, Jon Feliciano, Ed Oliver, Zay Jones, Cole Beasley, Tremaine Edmunds, Siran Neal, garbage plates, mac salad, baked beans, french fries, conies, Skyline Chili.

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