Bills Rumors: It might be time to replace Sean McDermott with one of these coaches

Would the Bills make a bold move if the season continues down this road?

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2. Brian Johnson, Offensive Coordinator, Philadelphia Eagles

The Bills saw a guy that could be their next head coach this past Sunday, as the Philadelphia Eagles offense reigned supreme in the end. Eagles offensive coordinator Brian Johnson is one of those guys who is next in line for head coaching consideration, and he's been with Jalen Hurts over the course of his development into one of the league's top quarterbacks.

Johnson has worked closely with Hurts for a few years now and is a big reason why he's now one of the best in the game. Getting an opportunity to work with another big, strong quarterback like Josh Allen could be an attractive opening for Johnson, too.

Offensively, the Eagles and Bills are very similar teams. They each have talent at all major positions, with a couple of skilled wide receivers, a back field with diverse talent, some serious playmaking at tight end (when Dallas Goedert and Dawson Knox are healthy, and the addition of Dalton Kincaid) along with a dynamic, dual-threat quarterback.

The transition could end up being very smooth for Johnson in Buffalo, should he get a shot.