Bills fire offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey after loss to Broncos

The Buffalo Bills made a staffing change Tuesday morning, around 12 hours after their 24-22 loss to the Denver Broncos on Monday night.

The 5-5 Bills have announced that offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey has been fired. His interim replacement will be quarterbacks coach Joe Brady.

Dorsey, a former NFL quarterback, has been with the Bills since 2019 when he was hired as quarterbacks coach. He was promoted to offensive coordinator just one season later. He previously spent five years with the Carolina Panthers, where he was promoted to offensive coordinator under then-head coach Ron Rivera.

The Bills, as well as their quarterback Josh Allen, have been good statistically but also haven't looked right this season. Monday's loss to the Broncos was the latest example. Allen was the source of three of the Bills' four turnovers, with two interceptions and an embarrassing fumble that came on a simple ball exchange.

Allen is tied for the league lead in touchdown passes with 19, but he also has a league-leading 11 interceptions through 10 games as well as four fumbles. That pretty much sums up the Josh Allen experience in 2023.

Moving Brady to offensive coordinator might be one of the better moves the Bills have made this season. He's just 34 and has spent the past decade coaching at the college level (including LSU, where he coached Joe Burrow during his Heisman season) and in the NFL. Prior to being hired by the Bills in 2022, he spent two seasons as an offensive assistant with the New Orleans Saints and then (like his predecessor) spent a few years with the Panthers before getting fired.

The Bills now have a chance to test drive Brady for a few months before deciding if they want more of him, or if they want to wipe the slate clean and start over with a new OC in 2024.