On this episode of Talking Buffalo, Patrick Moran discusses what he feels are the five most burning question marks about the Buffalo Bills as things currently stand.

In no way, shape or form is the Bills Super Bowl window closed. They remain one of the better teams in the conference and arguably by the time the NFL draft is over at the end of April, the Bills may end up looking better overall on paper than they did at this time last year. However, that doesn’t mean this team is without warts and worries and Patrick tries tackling some of them, offering thoughts on if Stefon Diggs is still a legitimate number one wide receiver at 31 years old, how much Von Miller can and should be trusted with a big role on the defense and if Connor McGovern’s the guy to move over to center and play the position effectively in 2024.

That plus the lack of depth behind starters Ed Oliver and DaQuan Jones may be the current biggest sore spot on this football team and of course, the biggest question annually will always be if Josh Allen can remain durable and reliable to stay in the lineup every week with the aggressive nature of his game.

That plus the Buffalo weather sucks, a note about upcoming mock drafts on the show and more today.


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