Dancing with the Stars wraps up another season Tuesday night and back for another twirl is former Bills quarterback Doug Flutie.
He had a good run on the hit show, and Tuesday night he's talking about it with 7 Eyewitness Sports Anchor Shawn Stepner.
He says the show is a lot like the game of football, getting a new game plan or dance routine each week.
Flutie also says he still has a soft spot for Buffalo and says his favorite memory from his days with the Bills is the last second comeback win against Jacksonville in 1998.
“That last drive of the game represented my stint in buffalo. To me it really did,” he said.
“It was like it that validated my career. That stint in Buffalo, coming back from the CFL, having success. I'll treasure those days.”
Doug also had a memorable, emotional, touching moment during this season's Dancing with the Stars, paying tribute to his late parents who passed away in November within hours of each other.
He tells Shawn about it Tuesday night on 7 Eyewitness news at 11 following the finale at 8 p.m.