MInd Games with Guerin Emig: Former Bills lineman Jerry Ostroski tells tales of Buffalo heartbreak, Buffalo resilience, Thurman Thomas and Leon Lett.
Jerry Ostroski, a Bills offensive lineman through the 1990s, knows Buffalo heartbreak well, something he makes painfully clear on the latest episode of Mind Games. Jerry O is just as familiar with Buffalo’s resilience. That is reflected in the Bills’ franchise, and that becomes a light in the darkness from the Bills’ latest playoff loss to Kansas City. From Buffalo’s elimination, it’s on to conference championship Sunday. Ostroski gives the underdog Lions a real shot against San Francisco, and feels this might be Lamar Jackson’s time. The show’s home stretch is a fun ride. Jerry O tells Howie Long and Thurman Thomas stories about Buffalo’s notorious cold, admits he’s too old to eat Buffalo’s famous wings for the spice, and lauds a Dallas Cowboy with Bills history as the toughest defensive lineman he ever faced.
5:45: How Buffalo’s resilience mirrors the Bills’
13:30: Who to root for in the conference championships
20:50 The coldest he ever got in Buffalo
25:20 The toughest lineman he ever faced
Producer: Jacquelyn Musgrove
Creative Director: Michael Lane
Social media team: Michael Martin, Bobby Howard
Director of Content: Mike Sherman
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