WNED's Lynne Bader joined John Murphy and Donald Jones on WGR-550 AM on Monday.
Bader discussed the upcoming documentary "Ralph," the genesis of the project and the principals involved in the creation of the show. Ms. Bader also chatted about Thurman Thomas' and Vic Carucci's roles in the film.
Bills insider Chris Brown also joined Murphy and Jones, and he talked the absence of Marcell Dareus and what effect it could have had, the issues up front and why Tyrod Taylor is not the sole issue with the offense.
Finally, audio from the Sean McDermott Monday press conference was streamed, focused on his reaction to the loss to the Saints, where the Bills can improve, and who starts at quarterback.
Sean McDermott on the utter collapse by the Bills on Sunday versus the Saints: "We've got to go back and re-teach."
Sean McDermott: "Tyrod's our starter and that's what I said yesterday. Tyrod is our starter."
Sean McDermott: "There's times when you have to check the ball down. ... Then there's other times when, this is a league of contested balls. There's a give and take there, as we all know."
Chris Brown: "Both sides of the ball the last two weeks have flat out stunk in my mind."
Chris Brown on Marcell Dareus' absence: "Did he see most of the double teams when he was in? Yes, but he was not a game changer for them. The only residual effect is now Kyle Williams is being double teamed, or Jerry Hughes is being doubled teamed."
Lynne Bader on Ralph Wilson: "He truly was an owner that wanted to be as much of a fan as the fans."
Lynne Bader: "This is a man who saw his men as his sons ... it's interesting to see them talk about him because it's very much like a father figure."
0:00-29:00: What's the first thing you'd fix to get the Bills back on track?; Missing Marcell Dareus discussion
1:01:00-1:20:00: Sean McDermott press conference
2:05:00-2:31:00: Interview with Bills insider Chris Brown
2:38:00-2:46:00: WNED Lynne Bader on "Ralph" documentary