Bills Part Ways with Ken Dorsey Following Disappointing Loss, Team Now 5-5November 14, 2023
The Buffalo Bills fired offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey due to the team’s stagnant offense and their continued struggles to win games. This comes after a six-week stretch of poor performances and a loss to the Denver Broncos where Josh Allen committed three turnovers. Second-year quarterbacks coach Joe Brady will take over as interim coordinator as they prepare to host the New York Jets on Sunday. Dorsey, who was Allen’s hand-picked successor, was unable to complete his second season on the job following the departure of Brian Daboll, who had a successful stint with the Bills. Head coach Sean McDermott expressed his confidence in Dorsey prior to the firing but ultimately decided that the offense needed a new direction. The Bills have also struggled with turnovers and a lack of offensive production in recent games, leading to the decision to make a change at coordinator to hopefully turn things around.