If you told any Buffalo Bills fan a few weeks ago that their beloved team would be sitting at 5-5 just two weeks before Thanksgiving, they probably would have laughed at you. Sadly, that’s the current situation in Buffalo following the team's week ten blunder against the Denver Broncos. A season that was once again loaded with expectations, has turned into a complete nightmare, and the team is hanging on to their season for dear life.
It has been such a travesty that the team moved on from their offensive coordinator, Ken Dorsey, on Tuesday morning. The first-time play-caller got the gig following Brian Daboll’s departure to become the New York Giants head coach and was star quarterback Josh Allen’s pick for the job. Dorsey came out of the gates hot last season with multiple impressive games, however, since the team’s early bye week last year, it has been a slow rolling issue that finally met the ground.
There is no excuse for why a rather healthy offense featuring Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, and a vastly improved offensive line is one of the worst offenses in football currently. The high-powered Bills who we’ve grown accustomed to seeing, have struggled all season. Those struggles have peaked over their last six games, as they have averaged 20.5 points a game and have gone 2-4.
The Buffalo Bills canned Ken Dorsey in an attempt to rescue their season, and have promoted quarterback coach Joe Brady to interim offensive coordinator. What the Bills offense has done this season is not working, as every play just seems so hard to gain any yards. Brady will look to turn things around, and possibly earn himself the gig long-term.