On this episode of Talking Buffalo, Patrick Moran is joined by frenemy and recurring guest Joe From Queens for a chat about some noticeable trends from a Joe Brady coordinated offense for the Buffalo Bills going into the 2024 season in addition to thoughts on John Murphy retiring and some Bills schedule predictions.

The Bills seemed to have more success last season after Sean McDermott fired Ken Dorsey as offensive coordinator following the Denver loss in Week 10 and replacing him with Brady. The Bills record was certainly better from that point on, but was the offense really more efficient? Patrick looked into some statistics and found trends the guys talk about, including a big change in time of possession, the needing to continuing to move towards running the football more, no singular lion’s share of passing targets and significant upticks for two weapons. They also talk about a few things that were perceived as big changes but really werent—such as Josh Allen’s turnovers and rushing attempts/yards.

Also, John Murphy is retiring from being the radio voice of the Buffalo Bills after 35 years, including the past 19 as the team’s play-by-play guy. Murphy suffered a stroke in early 2023 and talking remains too difficult for him to continue the job. The guys talk about his career, one that spans in Buffalo for well over three decades and how they felt about him as an on-air talent.

They also each make three predictions for the Bills 2024 schedule in advance of it being officially released on Wednesday night and much more. Follow Joe on Twitter @BuffaloWins.


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