TNF Takeaway, Can the Dolphins hang withe the Bills? | (debatable)

Tnf takeaway, can the dolphins hang withe the bills? | (debatable)

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Welcome back to (debatable) with hosts Pablo Torre, Domonique Foxworth, and Mina Kimes! On today’s show: Did you learn anything from the Browns’ win over the Steelers? Do you expect the Dolphins to hang with the Bills this weekend? Whose offense are you more concerned about this weekend: the Packers or Bucs? Plus, more on the Ime Udoka situation and a closer look at the rest of the NFL Week 3 slate!

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