On this episode of Talking Buffalo, Patrick Moran has his weekly thoughts and observations on the Buffalo Bills after watching the coaches All-22 film and analyzing the PFF grades of a dominating 32-6 victory over the New York Jets in an absolute must-win game that has Buffalo at 6-5 and in position to get themselves squarely back in the AFC postseason conversation.

The presence of new offensive coordinator Joe Brady was quite apparent both on the telecast and also in the film room. Patrick talks about the offense using motion and other looks significantly more than weeks past and a concerted effort to have the running backs matter in the passing game–evidenced by the backs catching two touchdown passes.

The defense looked every bit as strong on film and in the PFF grade spectrum as it appeared to, albeit against a really (really) bad offense. There were a few specific standouts worth talking about individually here.

Patrick also talks about a pair of polarizing players not helping the team currently, Gabe Davis and Von Miller and how he thinks things should play out with them going forward.

That and plenty more Bills notes, grades and thoughts from a performance strong enough to renew hopes among fans of the team catching fire.


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