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Bills QB Josh Allen Turns Heads With Subtle Comment on OC Ken Dorsey.

Bills quarterback Josh Allen looks at Ford Field on November 24, 2022.

Just as they had done often over the course of the last four games, the Buffalo Bills stalled out on offense for long stretches in a 24-18 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on November 5.

After the game, remarks from quarterback Josh Allen and head coach Sean McDermott seemed to point at offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey, with one insider questioning whether Dorsey’s job could be at risk. Sunday’s loss dropped the Bills to 5-4, wasting an opportunity to move into a tie for first place in the AFC East and throwing their playoff  hopes into question.

Josh Allen Can’t Explain Pace of Offense

The Bills have gotten criticism for the pacing of their offense, as they found success when going no-huddle and in hurry-up scenarios but often struggling when they slow it down and take a more methodical approach. When asked about why the team didn’t use an up-tempo offense more against the Bengals, Allen answered with what The Athletic’s Joe Buscaglia called a “subtle, yet coded response” aimed at Dorsey.

“Just the game plan that we had going into it,” Allen replied.


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