Things have been a bit of a mess for the Buffalo Bills this season and no one expected them to be at 5-5 through 10 games. The offense has looked rough and things reached a new low on Monday in the loss to the Broncos.
Now, a major change has arrived. On Tuesday morning, it was announced that offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey had been fired. Josh Allen hasn't looked the same this year, which has been made clear with the team already losing five games.
With Dorsey out, Joe Brady will serve as the interim offensive coordinator, but you've got to figure that Sean McDermott will have a big-time say in things as well. Dorsey simply wasn't getting the job done and now he's no longer with the team.