On today’s Talking Buffalo, it’s another edition of The Podbag—the episode where the audience controls the narrative and Patrick Moran is answering questions and reading takes sent it from listeners and viewers of the show, mostly focused around the ongoing Buffalo Bills offseason.

The Bills lost a ton of veteran players and leaders this offseason, particularly Micah Hyde, Jordan Poyer, Tre White, Mitch Morse and Stefon Diggs. This coupled with their inability to get past the AFC divisional round the past three years has created a strong national perception, at least among media and fans that Buffalo’s Super Bowl window is closing if not closed for this regime. As one fan of the show points out, it’s a load of crap and uses multiple examples of great quarterbacks winning Super Bowl far older than Josh Allen currently is. Patrick talks about agreeing that the Bills window to win a championship with this core is still very much doable but does admit that it won’t get any seemingly easier than it was the past handful of seasons, when Buffalo put themselves in great position to get it done.

There’s several other interesting submissions this week, including a more predominant running game on the way, someone locked in on the development of second-year linebacker Dorian Williams, Sean McDermott’s storied history of developing linebackers and Diggs’ attitude being gone a positive for the Bills. There’s also someone extremely happy that Lindy Ruff is here to coach the Sabres and plenty more.


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