5 Positives and negatives for the Buffalo Bills going into the offseason

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Buffalo Bills Negative: Potential coaching staff upheaval

A huge positive for the Bills last year was keeping both of their coordinators on board after a 13-3 season. Unfortunately, they will not be so lucky this year.

If offensive coordinator Brian Daboll decides he wants a head coaching gig with many jobs open, he will get one. If he does, there is a threat that he will take Bills QB coach Ken Dorsey with him.

The Bills have established themselves as one of the better organizations in the sport, so now they will get poached. This offseason, we already saw it when the Giants hired assistant GM, Joe Schoen, to be their general manager. He may look at Daboll now to turn around a struggling Giants offense, due to the credit he receives for Josh Allen’s development and would be a major loss to this offense.

After helping the Bills to be the #1 overall defense in most statistical categories, defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier has also gotten some attention around the league. Although, the defense shouldn’t change too much even if there is a change in the position. At the end of this day, this is Sean McDermott’s defense so it shouldn’t look too different even with a different coordinator.