On this episode of Talking Buffalo Podcast it’s a Five Topic Friday and Patrick is joined by recurring guest and friend Joe from NYC for a handful of discussions, five to be exact.
Today the guys are talking a handful of things Buffalo Bills, including young defensive tackle Ed Oliver getting himself arrested last weekend in Houston on DWI and unlawful weapon charges. How much of this is worrisome for his future and can it simply be chalked up to being young and dumb?
They also hit on former Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly appearing on CBS Sports Radio and saying that there’s a problem with the Bills if they don’t overtake the New England Patriots in the AFC East this year as well as an assessment of the blueprint that Brandon Beane has made for the team recently highlighted on the Pat McAfee show.
The Buffalo Sabres are poised to miss the playoffs for a ninth straight season, even when/if the NHL returns and goes to a 24-team playoff. Equally bad is the disintegrating relationship between the organization and the fans. Is it now at an all-time low and Patrick concludes that he actually hates the team.
Also, some non-Buffalo sports stuff is discussed, including a pair of documentaries that recently finished airing that crushed it both commercially and critically; The Last Dance, a 10-part series on ESPN and season two of The Dark Side of the Ring. The guys determine which they liked better. Also discussed is Cam Newton still being unemployed and Joe Rogan becoming a much richer man than he already was.
They finish with a chat about fan attendance for interim future sport events and a reminder to Joe that he owes the listening audience a song.
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