The Buffalo Bills are trying to save their season after suffering a 24-22 defeat to the Denver Broncos in Week 10. On Tuesday, head coach Sean McDermott announced that offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey was fired and replaced by Joe Brady.
This was a move that seemed inevitable and might have been a week too late to save the season. However, what it does though is give Joe Brady a chance to show why he should be the permanent offensive coordinator past this season.
At one time, Brady was considered one of the rising coaches in the NFL after one season with LSU. He joined Matt Rhule in Carolina as offensive coordinator with the Panthers in 2020. He was able to do some good things in his year and a half in the role but would be fired midseason.
Rhule wasn't far behind and it raises the question if Joe Brady had the talent or was in the position to be successful. That isn't the case with the Buffalo Bills and the players they have in this offense.