On this episode of the future award-winning Talking Buffalo Podcast, Patrick Moran chats with recurring guest and cohost of Cover 1 Buffalo Podcast, Aaron Quinn about a variety of topics centered around the Buffalo Bills ending a two-game losing streak with an eight point victory on the road against the New York Jets this past Sunday.
Featuring an offense that for better or worse led the Bills to four wins through their first six games, getting their fifth win ultimately fell on the shoulders of the defense at Met Life Stadium. The unit answered their bell and delivered far and away their most impressive performance of the season. Patrick and Aaron discuss Jerry Hughes’ best game of the season and arguably one of the best of his career, the impact that Matt Milano’s limited snap count had, Dane Jackson’s stellar debut at cornerback and much more on the defensive side of the ball.
The offense moved the ball and had plenty of success but couldn’t produce a touchdown. Instead, Tyler Bass connected on six of eight field goal attempts. The guys examine some of the things that got Buffalo’s offense stuck in mud inside the red zone, Josh Allen’s afternoon’s, the situation at running back and appreciation for Cole Beasley.
They also discuss if the AFC East can be essentially decided with a Buffalo victory over New England this coming Sunday or if Miami becomes the bigger threat and much more.
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