On this episode of the future award-winning Moran-Alytics Podcast, Patrick Moran has a chat with Ryan Talbot, Buffalo Bills reporter at NYup.com about all things football—and a little bit of wrestling.
The guys discuss the NFL combine that just concluded and Ryan points out a handful of players he was most impressed by. They spend plenty of time addressing some of the top receiver prospects, as it’s widely assumed the Buffalo Bills will be adding one sometime early in the draft.
Speaking of, Ryan goes over his mock draft that was just published on Monday. He explains in detail what made him choose a position with the first Bills pick most wouldn’t project before going wide receiver, cornerback and edge rusher with his next three.
They then turn their attention to talking about the current roster and the guys break down what pending free agents they think will be coming and going. They also each project a few players they think would be excellent fits for the Bills in free agency.
They wrap with each taking a stab at what team Tom Brady will land with, Ryan gives his thoughts about a potential 17-game schedule and they even spend a few minutes talking WWE.
You can follow Ryan on Twitter @RyanTalbotBills and of course check out NYup.com for both his and colleague Matt Parrino’s excellent Bills coverage.
Before wrapping up the episode Patrick debuts a new segment called Morandom Thoughts, takes of his on various topics. Today Patrick hits on the Buffalo Sabres, personal overreactions from fans on news that Jerry Sullivan is going to WIVB-TV and marveling at how elite Lebron James is still playing in his 17th season.
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