Bill Barnwell’s key to defeating Tom Brady: ‘Win the TURNOVER BATTLE’ | SC with SVP

Bill barnwell's key to defeating tom brady: 'win the turnover battle' | sc with svp

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Bill Barnwell joins Scott Van Pelt on SportsCenter to his recipes for success as the Kansas City Chiefs, New Orleans Saints and Miami Dolphins look to remain undefeated through Week 2 of the NFL regular season.

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