On this episode of Talking Buffalo, Patrick Moran is joined by friend and recurring guest Tone Pucks to discuss several topics, including why they think Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott got it right by removing the interim tag with offensive coordinator Joe Brady and promoting linebackers coach Bobby Babich to defensive coordinator.
Babich has been with Sean McDermott throughout his tenure in Buffalo, starting out with the safeties before coaching the linebackers over the past two years. He’s credited by players for helping transform Jordan Poyer, Micah Hyde and Matt Milano into All-Pro players at their respective positions, not to mention the development of Terrell Bernard over this past season. Of course, the Bills offense improved significantly when Brady took over Ken Dorsey following Buffalo’s loss at Denver, becoming much more effective at running the football in the process—porn music to Sean’s ears. The guys talk about why they think staying with these guys to coordinate the offense and defense is absolutely the right call, with Patrick going as far to say he’s heard from a player to not be surprised if Babich is a NFL head coach within two years.
They also talk about where their level of annoyance is currently at following the season ending at the hands of Kansas City, how much blame should Ed Oliver and Stefon Diggs be getting, how locked in Tone Pucks plans on being for this Bills offseason and plenty more.
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