ESPN football host Trey Wingo joined John Murphy and Donald Jones on WGR-550 AM on Tuesday.
Hall of Famer Thurman Thomas also joined Murphy and Jones, and chatted about Joe Namath's charity golf tournament, the Bill -Panthers game, what ails the Bills' run game, what McCoy and the offense needs to do to get better week-in and week-out running. Thomas also talked about how focused the offensive line will be this week because of the "shot" they took because their top back had 8 yards.
Finally, Canisius High School coach Rich Robbins previewed his upcoming game at New Era Field vs. St. Joe's on the One Buffalo network.
Donald Jones on Dennison's confidence in Tyrod Taylor: "As long as he knows his players and his coaches around him believe in him, he's good."
John Murphy on Joe Namath: "I can't even think of a similar celebrity to Joe Namath right now. We're talking about Steph Curry, but he's nowhere near that."
Thurman Thomas: "It was just not a good performance by the offense. As players you know that ... they're playing the two tight end, one fullback offense and that kind of played into the Panthers' defense."
Thurman Thomas on McCoy: "He's your best offensive weapon – he should be all over the field."
Trey Wingo on leaguewide issues with even play: "A lot of bad offenses ... that's what's crept up."
Trey Wingo on the Colts: "Clearly Andrew Luck covered up for a myriad of sins for Indianapolis."
0:00-12:00: Review of Carolina game and highlights of the defensive standouts
14:00-30:00: What needs to change on the offensive side of the ball?
54:00-56:00: Rick Dennison audio on offensive struggles, faith in Taylor to be his quarterback
1:04:00-1:21:00: Interview with Thurman Thomas
1:34:00-1:42:00: Fake News/Real News
2:06:00-2:25:00: Interview with ESPN's Trey Wingo
2:32:00-2:41:00: Interview with Canisius coach Rich Robbins