Everything Sean McDermott said on Ken Dorsey firing: ‘It was time for a change’

Sean McDermott stepped up to the plate following the big news out of Buffalo.

The Bills slumped to a 5-5 record after a 24-22 loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 10. That Monday Night Football defeat will go down as the final time Ken Dorsey was employed by the Bills.

The team announced that Dorsey was fired. Quarterbacks coach Joe Brady will takeover.

“It was time for a change,” McDermott said.

“It’s a unfortunate part of our business,” McDermott added. “Sometimes changes are made.”

McDermott naturally had a lot more to say than that because he was asked much more during his video conference following the decision.

Specifically relating to Dorsey and the why, where, hows and more, here’s everything McDermott said on the OC being let go:

Making the change on a short week (post-MNF) show a sign of urgency?

How will the locker room handle the change?

Was the move made to make sure you didn't lose the locker room?

Did the offense become too predictable?

Why was this the right time to fire Dorsey?

What was Josh Allen's input?

How much are the players at fault?

DId you consider firing special teams coordinator Matt Smiley? What happened with 12 men?

Where do turnover problems rank in decision to fire Dorsey?

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire