Josh Allen discusses Saturday night’s epic win against the Dolphins | Kyle Brandt’s Basement

Josh allen discusses saturday night's epic win against the dolphins | kyle brandt’s basement

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Josh Allen joins the basement to discuss the Bills epic win over the Dolphins on Saturday night. Kyle and Josh are joined by Matthew Lynch and his 9-year old son Liam, who tells Josh about the role he’s played in Liam’s battle against Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

0:00 Kyle Brandt’s Basement: Episode 66

1:27 What I Love: The AFC “Big Three”

9:13 What I Hate: I was told this Cowboys team is different

15:01 What’s Hilarious: We can’t figure out the Vikings

24:14 Josh Allen Joins the Basement

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