In the past three seasons, the Buffalo Bills have been recognized as a top offensive unit that has run up the scoreboard on opponents. Since Josh Allen’s breakout MVP runner-up season in 2020 (part of it is because of the arrival of wide receiver Stefon Diggs), the Bills offense has been ranked as a consistent top five unit in points and yards total.
They have helped the Bills post a record of 37-12 since 2020. Even though each season has ended in utter disappointment, this is an offense that Bills fans have been waiting to see since the 90s squad.
The Bills seem to have more questions than answers going into this season. They have yet to surpass the AFC Championship Game, and they have been knocked out of the divisional round the last two seasons. Diggs has been the center of news in regards to missing the first day of mandatory minicamp, and reports of his lack of involvement in the offense.
Offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey heads into 2023 for his second season as the play caller, hoping that mistakes that were made last season are fixed. This season could determine the truth about Dorsey as a play caller and decision-maker.