3 strengths and 2 weaknesses of Sean McDermott heading into 2023 season

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Weakness #1: Lack of offensive attention

As a defensive-minded coach, sometimes it shows through McDermott that the offense struggles but there does not seem to be change.

With Ken Dorsey going into his second year as the team’s offensive coordinator, there will be atleast continuity on the offensive side of the ball. Up until this past season, the Bills offense outside of Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs has been shaky, specifically up front on the offensive line and the lack of a running game. 

While the Bills were able to bring in help both upfront with Connor McGovern, O’Cyrus Torrence, and Brandon Shell, as well as at running back with Damien Harris and Latavius Murray, nothing matters until it shows in the game.

This is not to say the offense has not been great, but it has not been consistent under McDermott. He will need to step up his game when it comes to gaining control of the offense with Dorsey, and make the adjustments as needed.