Time and time again, there's a questionable game-managing decision that has severely hurt the Bills. Many of those have been from Dorsey, but Sean McDermott has also been a perpetrator.
Some of those decisions were running zone concepts on crucial third downs, which resulted in easy pickups for Burrow, who thrives in reading zone schemes. These defensive schemes led to the Bengals' offense putting up 21 points in the first half.
Another one was challenging a close 9-yard no-catch call on the field late in the 4th quarter that wouldn't have made much of a difference if the call was the other way. McDermott did touch on that in the Monday press conference, stating that communication gave him the go-ahead to challenge. Decisions like that and using unnecessary timeouts have been crucial in game-managing this season.
Dorsey's seat is already hot, and McDermott's may be starting to get warm. Some things need to change within the coaching staff and that starts with consistency. The staff is wasting the prime of talented players on the team and a change needs to occur soon. McDermott already said that he's all in on Dorsey, so Dorsey needs to be the one to change his offense.