Bills 2024 Schedule Release & QB Room Preview | Cover 1 Buffalo Podcast | C1 BUF


Get ready for an action-packed episode of the Cover 1 Buffalo podcast as hosts Aaron Quinn and Greg Tompsett dive into today’s release of the highly anticipated 2024 NFL schedule, with a special focus on the Buffalo Bills’ slate of games! In this episode, Aaron and Greg provide in-depth analysis, insights, and predictions as they dissect the Bills’ schedule, covering key aspects such as bye week placement, primetime matchups, divisional rivalries, and rest advantages or disadvantages.

Join the conversation as they explore the implications of each game on the Bills’ quest for a Super Bowl and highlight must-watch matchups for fans to circle on their calendars.

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But that’s not all! The discussion extends to the signing of wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling and the first offseason position preview, starting with a comprehensive look at the Bills’ quarterback room. Aaron and Greg analyze the strengths, weaknesses, and potential impact of quarterbacks Josh Allen and Mitch Trubisky, providing insights into how they can lead the Bills to success in the upcoming season.

Don’t miss out on this exciting episode filled with engaging discussions, expert analysis, and strategic insights from two seasoned NFL experts. Whether you’re a die-hard Bills fan or an NFL enthusiast, this episode offers valuable perspectives on the team’s schedule and roster dynamics.

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