5 takeaways from the Buffalo Bills’ offense in 2023

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1.) Joe Brady should have “interim” removed from his job title

The Bills were staring at a 5-5 record after having just lost to the Denver Broncos on Monday night football. That was the only game from Week 5 to Week 10 where that specific loss was on the offense.

However, a change was needed in Buffalo and former offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey was relieved of his duties. Sean McDermott promoted quarterbacks coach Joe Brady as the interim offensive coordinator. Since that move, the Bills lost one game in the regular season, which was against the Eagles where the Bills put up 31 points. In that stretch, the Bills scored no less than three touchdowns in each game.

Brady was given the opportunity to show what he can do with a tremendous athlete in Allen and he was able to bring the offensive unit to a different level than what they were in the middle of the season. While the Bills will need to do the search to fill the offensive coordinator position, Brady should be the best candidate for the job and keep building his resume to eventually land a head coaching job in the NFL.