Host John Boccacino is joined by co-host Jamie D'Amico to recap the Buffalo Bills' 21-17 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2019 home opener. Among the topics our podcasters discussed: The Bills dominated the first half and should have led by more than 14 points heading into halftime; the Bills defense was great and played its best half in years in holding the Bengals scoreless in the opening half (and without a first down until after the two-minute warning. Tre'Davious White posted his first-career multi-interception game, including the game-clinching pick, while Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer posted great all-around games; the running game, led by Frank Gore, has turned a corner from last year, and is doing it with injuries mounting along the offensive line; Josh Allen overcame his own mistakes to direct the comeback win, but how long can Buffalo keep winning when bad Josh Allen shows up?; rookie tight end Dawson Knox delivered the play of the game when he bowled over two defenders en route to an epic 49-yard reception on the game-winning drive; what happened to Buffalo's once-potent pass rush, which disappeared against a vulnerable Bengals' offensive line; and the importance of Sean McDermott's first-half gamble to go for two on Buffalo's first touchdown. Check out the latest episode of Billieve to find out our thoughts on the keys to Buffalo improving to 3-0 on the year!