On this episode of the Moran-Alytics Podcast presented by Pulse Cellular, Patrick Moran’s longtime friend Tone Pucks (@Tonepucks) returns for a long overdue segment of “Pat with Pucks.”

The Buffalo Bills went into New Jersey on Sunday and defeated their division rival New York Jets to win their season opener, erasing a 16-point second half deficit en route to victory.

The guys break down the win, including a troubling first half that saw Bills quarterback Josh Allen responsible for four turnovers yet the Bills still went into the locker room for halftime down six points. The two debate how much of the turnovers fell on the shoulders of Allen and how much was simple unfortunate luck.

They also discuss the emergence of wide receiver John Brown as an immediate difference maker, the second half coming out party for rookie Devin Singletary and an extraordinary effort from the defense to stymie Sam Darnold and the Jets offense.

They also hand out game awards, find the best path to the Bills winning 10 games and take a stroll around the NFL with stops in New England, Cleveland, Green Bay, Miami, Kansas City and Tampa.

Tone finishes with a memorable final take/Puck Drop, where he praises the job general manager Brandon Beane has done building the franchise and lays out why he thinks Buffalo ends the season 11-5 and in the playoffs.