Episode: Nick & Nolan: How would firing Daboll affect Allen, & Dolphins Preview


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Nick & Nolan: How would firing Daboll affect Allen, & Dolphins Preview

The loss to the Browns hurts. Real bad. Its a lingering sting. The guys break down why this loss is affecting the fanbase so much. They also investigate whether the Daboll criticism is warranted, outline what a change at OC would mean for Josh Allen, and discuss Sean McDermott's in-game management changes this season.

The guys read a few reviews, describe the difficulty of doing the pod each week, and then also preview the Dolphins game.

Come for the knowledge, stay for the soundbites.

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