On this episode of the future award-winning Talking Buffalo Podcast, Patrick Moran has a chat with highly opinionated friend, social media personality and recurring guest Joe from NYC (@BuffaloWins) on the Buffalo Bills impressive start and if it’s real or just a façade.
The guys spend the first half of the episode singing the praises of the Bills and the impressive fashion in which they’ve beaten a pair of divisional foes to begin the season. Josh Allen looks like a very early NFL MVP candidate as offensive coordinator Brian Daboll is showing an abundance of confidence in putting games more on the arms and legs of his quarterback. Allen’s not doing it alone, however as Stefon Diggs has been arguably even better than anyone anticipated after joining Buffalo in a trade. Joe points out the chemistry between Allen and Diggs makes them look like they’ve played together for five years.
There’s also praise for John Brown, Cole Beasley and an underrated offensive line as well as an adequate job by the defense that’s already been down three key starters through just two games.
But it’s time to pump the brakes on purchasing home playoff game tickets just yet as the guys examine some holes in the Bills defense as things stand while also talking up the impressive slate of opponents the Bills face in the coming weeks.
Joe offers a prediction for Sunday’s matchup with the Rams and also has takes on Tyrod Taylor and Skip Bayless.
Following the segment, Patrick does his weekly Friday episode “Pat’s Picks” after going 11-4 against the spread last week and 20-9-1 through the first two weeks.
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