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Billieve Podcast: Re-picking 2018 NFL Draft, Cleveland Browns wanted Sean McDermott

There’s much to catch up on in our latest Billieve Podcast!

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On the latest edition of Billieve: A Buffalo Bills Fan Podcast, host John Boccacino leads an engaging discussion on several important topics pertaining to the Buffalo Bills, including ESPN’s re-drafting of the 2018 NFL Draft, and Buffalo general manager Brandon Beane’s assessment that the team is in a “better” position than it was last year heading into the draft.

After being briefly joined by co-host Anthony Marino to offer up their thoughts on last weekend’s two exciting conference championship games, Boccacino delves into ESPN’s hypothetical re-drafting of the 2018 NFL Draft, which saw Buffalo trade up twice to land its quarterback of the future in Josh Allen, and its quarterback of the defense in Tremaine Edmunds,

In the re-draft, where trades weren’t allowed, Buffalo ended up with another Josh at quarterback...Josh Rosen, along with center Billy Price, running back Rashad Penny, and tight end Hayden Hurst. Not a bad class, although in an informal poll of Bills fans, 87 percent opted to keep Allen and Edmunds over a class of Rosen, Price, Penny, and Hurst.

Following a breakdown of what Buffalo could do with the No. 9 overall pick, one of 10 selections for the Bills in the upcoming draft, Boccacino addressed an interesting report from ESPN that the Browns wanted to make Sean McDermott their next coach in 2016, only to have owner Jimmy Haslam overrule the committee and hire Hue Jackson instead.

Check out our podcast for thoughts on these topics and more on the latest Billieve: a Buffalo Bills Fan Podcast.

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