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9 takeaways from Bills’ Sean McDermott’s end of season presser

The Buffalo Bills have put the finishing touches on their 2023 season with locker cleanout day.

Players, coaches, and the entire organization laid out their final thoughts and the season that was and looked forward to the future. Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott was included amongst this bunch.

With that, here are nine takeaways from McDermott’s end of season presser:

Don't expect wholesale changes

(Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports)
(Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports)

Can the Bills run it back? McDermott thinks so.

“This is not a situation where you strip it down to the studs and start all over,” he said. “Every year is a challenge to figure out how to put it back together again to put yourself in position to win.”

His philosophy on offense

Stefon Diggs thoughts

Sounds like the Hyde-Poyer duo could be over

Message to Kaiir Elam

A former first-round pick of the team, cornerback Kaiir Elam need to perform better. McDermott’s wants consistency:

Baking Tyler Bass

Tyler Bass and his missed kick against the Kansas City Chiefs was a bummer. He’s still got the backing of the Bills coach:

How do the Bills stay healthy?

Sometimes it’s something you can’t control. Injuries happen in sports. But McDermott is hoping to make changes which will make sure less happen in 2024. They really sunk Buffalo’s Super Bowl dreams:

Von coming back?

No sacks for Von Miller in 2023? No problem… at least in terms of his future. Sounds like he’ll be back:

Josh and the OC

Quarterback Josh Allen will help pick the offensive coordinator, per McDermott. Joe Brady is still currently considered the interim.

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire