On this episode of Talking Buffalo, Patrick Moran is joined by longtime friend and recurring guest Tone Pucks for his weekly visit to discuss if the Buffalo Bills offensive problems are fixed as it nears the critical portion of their schedule.
There were signs of encouragement in Buffalo’s victory over Tampa this past Thursday night. Rookie Dalton Kincaid is becoming heavily involved in the passing game over the past few weeks while Khalil Shaklir is showing signs of emerging in his second year. Combine that with Gabe Davis bouncing back nicely from a one catch performance at New England with James Cook running the ball and of course the Josh Allen/Stefon Diggs combination—the Bills offense feels ready to start running on all cylinders.
Does Tone Pucks buy it though? Absolutely not and plenty of bickering ensues. Tone doubles down on betting Cincinnati big and elaborates why.
Also discussed is the Buffalo Sabres very impressive 4-0 shutout over one of the best teams in the NHL, Colorado. They have thoughts on Ukka-Pekka Luukkonen getting his first-ever NHL shutout and guys like Alex Tuch and Casey Mittlestadt turning around slow starts to the season. Plus, what do they think will happen with young forward Zach Benson when his nine games are up before the first year of his entry contract is burned?
That and much more. Follow Tone Pucks on Twitter @TonePucksRedux
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