On this episode of Talking Buffalo Podcast, Patrick Moran is joined by “Maniac” Zach Sheldon from Trainwreck Sports to talk about a variety of topics centered around the Buffalo Bills playoff game Saturday night against Baltimore.
The Bills are set to host the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC divisional round Saturday night in Orchard Park and it becomes clear quickly that Maniac’s more confident in the Bills advancing than Patrick. He points out getting over the hump against the Colts without playing particularly well last week as a reason for his confidence while Patrick discusses the Ravens running attack as the primary biggest reason for his fears. They both agree that Josh Allen performing well on a big stage last week bodes well for Buffalo and eventually both guys settle on a game prediction Buffalo fans will enjoy hearing.
They also spend a few minutes talking Sabres hockey and Maniac projects what he thinks Buffalo’s floor and ceiling is likely to be for this season. Meanwhile Patrick takes a shot at hockey analytical experts and worries that Thursday’s season opener could be the first of Jack Eichel’s final 56 games with the organization.
The guys also spend time talking Trainwreck Sports and Maniac discusses some of the fantastic guests they’ve had on their show recently as well as a discussion on the city of Buffalo and what the Bills success has meant to it, particularly during these trying times with Covid-19.
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