6 top offensive minds that could replace Buffalo Bills head coach in 2024

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Eric Bienemy - Offensive Coordinator, Washington Commanders

Eric Bienemy no doubt left the Kansas City Chiefs to get out from under the massive shadow of both Head Coach Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes. The Washington Commanders are currently ranked 17th in yards per game but he doesn't have the same level of talent in Washington. Could he do in Buffalo what Reid has done in Kansas City? It would definitely add another layer to the rivalry that has developed over the last few years between the Bills and Chiefs.

It is somewhat interesting that the Chiefs offense has seemingly taken a step back this season without Bienemy but how much of that is due to the lack of wide receivers in Kansas City? But you could say the Chiefs weren't exactly loaded at wide receiver last year either and yet they won a Super Bowl while scoring 38 points against one of the best defenses last year. Regardless, Bienemy no doubt learned a few things from Coach Reid, and might be interesting to see those at work in Buffalo with Josh Allen.