Buffalo Bills legend Cornelius "Biscuit" Bennett joined team owner and president Kim Pegula and multimedia journalist Maddy Glab on the latest episode of "Bills Pod Squad," presented by New York Lottery.
Here are three takeaways from their conversation.
1. His thoughts on the Bills 2020 season
Bennett started off his conversation with what his thoughts were on the Bills 2020 season and everything they were able to accomplish. The Bills legend said he hasn't felt this way about the team since he left Buffalo back in 1996.
"It's a tremendous, tremendous season," Bennett said. "You don't get a chance to go 13-3 in the regular season that often. And to come together especially during this trying time, to me that's the most remarkable part of everything that happened for the team this year."
Hear more of Bennett's thoughts on this past Bills season and find out where he's been watching the games around 13:58.
2. The biggest comparison between Marv Levy and Sean McDermott
Bennett sees a connection between the coaching styles of Marv Levy and Sean McDermott. Both coaches have led this team to the AFC Championship Game, but Bennett sees a bigger connection among the two.
"The number one thing is how they're able to separate being a coach and being a great human being," he said.
Starting around 17:14, hear why Bennett thinks that about the two coaches and why he has the utmost respect for the both of them.
3. The close-knit group of players on the 90s Bills teams
One of the biggest similarities from this 2020 Bills team and the Bills teams of the '90s is how close-knit the players are. Bennett talks about how that brotherhood made them better as a team and better as men.
"Guys talk about us and have always talked about the Buffalo Bills and how close we are," Bennett stated. "Guys wish they had that locker room camaraderie."
Hear more from Bennett around 28:35 on how close the Bills squads back in the '90s really were and why their friendship means so much to all of them today.