BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Buffalo Bills shook things up after a disappointing season by firing offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey and appointing quarterbacks coach Joe Brady as the interim replacement.
Coach Sean McDermott highlighted that the decision was driven by the need for increased confidence, energy, and consistent production.
The move came following the Bills’ loss to the Denver Broncos on “Monday Night Football.” It was prompted by Buffalo’s 5-5 standing and struggling playoff prospects in a fiercely competitive AFC.
“When reviewing the season, there have been times when we moved the ball well and scored points, but those instances have been few and far between,” McDermott stated. “It’s not just based on a couple of games, but the entire season at this point.”
Dorsey had been promoted to the position of Buffalo’s offensive coordinator in 2022 after his predecessor, Brian Daboll, became the head coach of the New York Giants. However, the team under Dorsey’s leadership has struggled, with turnovers presenting a major problem, particularly for star quarterback Josh Allen.
McDermott emphasized that the offense’s lack of consistency and a decrease in offensive performance were the primary reasons for the decision to let Dorsey go.
Brady, who previously had his tenure with the Carolina Panthers, will take over the interim role as offensive coordinator. His fresh perspective will hopefully revitalize the Bills’ offense, providing much-needed confidence, clarity, and anticipation.
McDermott also expressed the desire for a stronger running game and reiterated the need for the offense to work in sync with the defense. He is looking forward to how Brady will shape the offense and hopes to see the team’s performance improve moving forward.
The decision to remove Dorsey and appoint Brady is seen as a bold step to reinvigorate the Buffalo Bills’ offense, and the fans are eagerly anticipating how things will unfold.
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