The Bills' Decision to Fire OC Ken Dorsey is Explained by Sean McDermott 

The day after their heartbreaking Monday Night Football loss to the Broncos, the Bills fired offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey on Tuesday morning.  

In addition to discussing Dorsey's departure, head coach Sean McDermott provided some context for the team's choice ,

to remove its offensive coordinator after less than two seasons. According to McDermott, 

"I simply felt like it was time for change," as reported by Katherine Fitzgerald of The Buffalo News. 

"We must find continuous production and be a self-assured football squad. And it's actually the main thing that happened.Following the hiring of former offensive ,

coordinator Brian Daboll as head coach of the Giants prior to the 2022 NFL season, Dorsey was named offensive coordinator in Buffalo. 

The Bills rank eighth in the league in overall offense with 370.1 yards per game, and their scoring offense is among the top 10 in the league. 

In spite of this, they have dropped their previous three games and their last six games have seen them held to 25 points or fewer.