On this episode of the Moran-Alytics Podcast presented by Pulse Cellular, the Buffalo Bills may never lose another football again. To discuss, Patrick Moran is joined by recurring guest Aaron Quinn from Cover 1.
Fans and media can say it was expected as much as they want, but the Buffalo Bills going into Met Life Stadium over the first two weeks to sweep both the New York Jets and Giants over the first two weeks is pretty surprising, especially considering it’s the first time in the history of the franchise Buffalo has begun the season with a pair of wins on the road.
After a shaky season opener against the Jets particularly in the first half, Josh Allen looked far more in control from the outset against the Giants after New York scored a touchdown on their opening possession. The guys discuss his continued growth and how he’s starting to turn the corner when it comes to learning to eliminate making the huge mistakes.
They also talk about John Brown becoming one of the more underrated receivers in football, Devin Singletary’s mysterious early season workload, the offensive line improvement from a year ago and of course a defense that is exceedingly living up to its formidable hype.
Patrick and Aaron also can’t help but look forward to the possibility of beating Cincinnati next Sunday to setup what would almost certainly be a battle of 3-0 teams the following week with the New England Patriots coming to New Era Field in Week four.
They conclude by taking a spin around the league, hitting on the Carolina Panthers season quickly sinking away, the Pittsburgh Steelers also being perhaps dead in the water, the Miami Dolphins tank-a-thon and the rise of the Baltimore Ravens offense and Green Bay Packers defense.
You can follow Aaron Quinn on Twitter @AaronQuinn716 and of course be sure to check out Cover 1 for some of the best Buffalo Bills content you’ll find anywhere.
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