Something had to give for the Buffalo Bills, and they’ve found their scapegoat for their disappointing season.
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, they’ve just fired offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey.
Moreover, Schefter also revealed that the Bills will have Joe Brady as the interim offensive coordinator for now.
Bills new interim offensive coordinator will be Joe Brady, per sources. https://t.co/J3Ox7pi6bD
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 14, 2023
Dorsey had been the Bills’ OC since the 2022 season, replacing Brian Daboll when he left to become the head coach of the New York Giants.
Just like his successor, Dorsey was promoted after serving as the team’s quarterback coach.
He left something to be desired in his first year in the job, but the Bills decided to keep him for this season as well.
Then, following their 24-22 loss to the Denver Broncos and after once again struggling to move the chains with a predictable offense, it was far from shocking to see that he had been relieved from his duties.
Joe Brady will now take over after two seasons as the Bills’ quarterbacks coach, but he also has experience as an offensive coordinator after two years under HC Matt Rhule with the Carolina Panthers.
The Bills are 5-5 and have plenty of solid weapons on the offense to fare much better, and it’s hard to envision Brady doing a worse job right now.
The team committed four turnovers in the loss, including three by Josh Allen, who’s now leading the league with 11 interceptions.
The Bills continue to lose ground in the race for the AFC East Division, and Brady will have seven games to turn things around and audition for the full-time job.NEXT: Nick Wright Warned The Bills About A Broncos Upset