Strike another name off the list, Buffalo fans.

​Less than one full year after naming former Broncos offensive coordinator Rick Dennison to the same position, the Bills cut ties with the play-caller after crashing out of the playoffs. And now, ​Dennison's successor in Denver will similarly not be running the offensive show next season in Buffalo.

​After reportedly being under consideration, the Bills won't be hiring Mike McCoy.

McCoy, who was head coach for the Chargers for four years, returned to Denver for a second stint in charge of the offense ​​at Mile High. That run was short-lived, as head coach Vance Joseph was given the sack ​after an unfortunate 5-11 season.

McCoy has the experience and the CV to land a solid job at any number of places around the league, so there's no need to weep for him. But for now, he'll have to keep on looking.