On this episode of Talking Buffalo, Patrick Moran is joined by Tone Pucks for his weekly visit to discuss the Buffalo Bills barely escaping what would’ve been an epically embarrassing home loss to the New York Giants on Sunday night and if offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey’s capable of fixing what’s ailing the offense–if it’s not him personally who ails the Bills offense the most.

The Bills played absolutely horrible offensively for the majority of Sunday night’s game before scoring touchdowns on consecutive possessions to take a lead that ultimately went down to the final play of the game. The guys discuss if they feel a little better about the big picture after sleeping on it for a night before recording the podcast in addition to focus on what’s ailing the offense the most and if Dorsey will make the necessary changes in its attack. They also discuss some of the highlights and lowlights from the game, and brutally honest on if they think this is currently a championship caliber football team. They also spend some time dissecting portions of an excellent article on the Bills from Tyler Dunne of Go Long.

That plus some Buffalo Sabres (very) early season struggles that has Pucks perturbed already and plenty more.

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