“It’s  Pathetic” :HC Sean McDermott Explains Bills’ Decision to Fire OC Ken Dorsey as he reveals fact on Broncos’ incident…

Following their disappointing loss to the Broncos on Monday Night Football, the Bills decided to part ways with offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey on Tuesday morning.

Head coach Sean McDermott explained the decision, expressing the need for a change to instill confidence and achieve consistent production.

McDermott emphasized that the call to fire Dorsey was solely his own. Despite the Bills boasting a top 10 scoring offense and the seventh-best total offense in the league, recent struggles, including three losses in the last four games and scoring 25 or fewer points in the past six games, led to this move.

Ken Dorsey took on the role of offensive coordinator in Buffalo after Brian Daboll became the head coach of the Giants before the 2022 NFL season.

The team will now face the Jets on Sunday, Nov. 19, with interim offensive coordinator Joe Brady taking on the task of revitalizing the struggling offense.

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