On this episode of Talking Buffalo, Patrick Moran’s joined in studio by friend and recurring guest Tone Pucks for a conversation on a handful of topics, including how good they think the 2024 Buffalo Bills are internally and compared to the rest of the league now that the NFL draft has passed.

It’s certainly been an eventful offseason for the Bills—one which has seen significant change. Gone are several veterans and leaders such as Mitch Morse, Tre White, Jordan Poyer, Michael Hyde and Gabe Davis. Of course, the Bills also traded top receiver Stefon Diggs to the Houston Texans for 2025 draft capital. They’ve also added free agent talent to the team such as Curtis Samuel, Mike Edwards and Austin Johnson in addition to their draft class highlighted by Keon Coleman and Cole Bishop.

It feels like on paper it’s clear they’ve taken a step back–but is that the reality? The guys both have a variety of opinions on how this team looks as presently constructed and how they stack up against their peers around the league.

That plus the Boulevard Mall has shut down, learning that a high school football & baseball coach from nearly 35 years ago is still alive and well—and plenty more. Follow Tone Pucks on Twitter @TonePucksRedux


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