On this episode of the future award-winning Moran-Alytics Podcast presented by 26 Shirts, Patrick Moran welcomes Bruce Nolan, co-host of “The Nick & Nolan Show” on the Buffalo Rumblings podcast network.
Bruce was on the podcast along with Nick a few weeks ago but through no fault of his own, there was issues with Bruce’s audio. Between that and a desire to have conversation with one of his favorite Buffalo Bills podcasters, Patrick reached out to Bruce to get him back on the pod.
After defeating the Denver Broncos convincingly on Sunday, the Bills are 8-3 for the first time since 1996—a span covering 23 years. Patrick and Bruce break down the game and several components of why the Bills dominated Denver on both sides of the ball.
The guys talk about the continued progression and evolving of quarterback Josh Allen, especially the little things he seems to be doing more of now that he barely, if at all did earlier in the season and certainly not his rookie year. They also discuss the natural progression that has rookie running back Devin Singletary trending towards becoming a star running back while paying homage to Frank Gore, not just for what he does on the field but he’s embraced a mentor role for Singletary off it.
They also discuss a defense that consistently continues to get it done from all aspects, including Tre’ White emerging as one of the best corners in the game, Matt Milano becoming a playmaking machine and a defensive line finally starting to reguarly terrorize quarterbacks in the pass rushing game. Bruce hits on a unit clearly playing with a chip on its shoulder, especially Shaq Lawson, who may be the latest Bill playing himself into a big offseason cash-in opportunity.
The guys also get you ready for the Dallas on Thanksgiving during this short football week and examine the rest of the Bills schedule, including the path other AFC wild card contenders have the remainder of the way as well.
Not to be forgotten is thoughts on Thurman Thomas not making the NFL All-100 team and Patrick agreeing with Bruce on what he considers one of the best food takes of all time.
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