On this episode of the future award-winning Talking Buffalo Podcast presented by 26 Shirts, Patrick Moran has a chat with recurring guest Aaron Quinn from the Cover 1 Buffalo podcast to discuss takeaways from the Buffalo Bills latest victory as well as getting in the holiday spirit with a Christmas song draft.
It wasn’t easy but the Bills moved to 8-3 on the season by defeating the Los Angeles Chargers, 27-17. As Patrick states, the Bills were quite often their worst enemy but still managed to come away with a victory thanks in large part to a defense that seems to be turning the corner on the 2020 season. The guys discuss several takeaways from the game including A.J. Klein continuing a transformation into a vital starter, Josh Allen having maybe his worst game of the season in Patrick’s opinion, getting the running back going and measuring the significance of being balanced on offense going forward.
The guys also hold a five-round Christmas song draft, with classics from all different eras on the table. Patrick alternates between his childhood and the classics while Aaron stays true to his love of R&B music.
You can follow Aaron on Twitter @AaronQuinn716 and be sure to check out the Cover 1 Buffalo Podcast with Aaron and Greg Tompsett, twice weekly including a live Bills show following games.
Before the interview with Aaron, Patrick hits on the Mike Tyson/Roy Jones Jr. “fight” over the weekend and brags about having Jaret Patterson on his podcast just one day before the UB superstar ran for 409 yards and eight touchdowns against Bowling Green this past Saturday. Follow Patrick on Twitter @PatMoranTweets for news on upcoming guests, contests and much more.
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