4.) Second year with Offensive Coordinator Ken Dorsey
When Bills’ former offensive coordinator Brian Daboll accepted the head coach position for the New York Giants, there were questions as to who can provide continuity for quarterback Josh Allen in his development. Ken Dorsey, who was the team’s quarterbacks coach, was promoted to offensive coordinator because of his development with Allen when Daboll was the offensive coordinator.
In a year where Josh Allen statistically took a step back from 2021, Dorsey still managed to help the Bills offense end the regular season as a top five unit. They finished as the third best team in yards gained overall and scored the fourth most points in the NFL. In addition, they put up 30 points or more in nine games last season. There is no doubt that the Bills are able to light up the scoreboard at any time.
Now that there is a year of experience with a majority of players coming back from last season, this offense should be able to elevate more behind Josh Allen. The offense will have new guys both in the trenches and in the backfield, so that can open up the door for the Bills to utilize skill sets that they may have not had before.