On this episode of Talking Buffalo Podcast, it’s Ten Topic Tuesday as Patrick Moran is joined by recurring guest Aaron Quinn from Cover-1 Buffalo to discuss 10 topics focused primarily on the Buffalo Bills and the rest of the NFL.

It’s an offseason of uncertainty for the AFC runner-up Bills, with lots of possibilities on the table and plenty of salary cap related moves to be made.  One of them may be deciding which of Matt Milano or Darryl Williams is a bigger priority to re-sign, assuming the team can only sign one of the two at most.  The guys discuss who they feel is more important to the present and future of the organization and also go over some current Buffalo veterans that could find themselves released or have their contracts restricted to give general manager Brandon Beane more flexibility.

They also have thoughts on how realistic recently released Houston Texans star J.J. Watt ending up with the Bills is and if they’d like to see him land in Buffalo. Each of the guys select a pending unrestricted free agent they’d most like to see Buffalo target come March 15.

They also spend a lot of time talking about quarterbacks around the league, including examining if Tom Brady is getting too much credit for Tampa Bay’s Super Bowl win, where Deshaun Watson will end up, if Sam Darnold ends up getting traded and trying to forecast a landing spot for several others in what’s shaping up to be the wildest offseason quarterbacking carousel in recent memory.

All this plus Jesse Pegula becoming a mainstream women’s tennis star and much more on today’s episode!

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