Found September 09, 2012 on Buddy Nixon:
PLAYERS: Marv Albert
TEAMS: Buffalo Bills

Welcome to the first edition of Buddy Nixon Live! We’re on the field, Rich Gannon and Marv Albert on the call. Check the inactives list here.

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The Bills defense will see the field first, which I think most Bills fans can get on board with. It would be great to punch them in the mouth early, get a stop, and get field position.

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