The Bills have seen their once high-powered offense get stuck in the mud in recent weeks. Slow starts and general poor play has caused a lot of concern in western New York.
Head coach Sean McDermott is trying to to not seem worried. Following his team’s 29-25 loss to the Patriots, McDermott said he expressed a continued confidence in offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey.
However, McDermott and Dorsey have both admitted that the head coach is getting his fingers on the game plan on offense.
“I’m doing everything that I can as a head coach to make sure that things are the way that I want them and expect them to be across all three phases,” McDermott said via video conference.
Dorsey confirmed McDermott’s input, too. He even said he thinks McDermott’s vantage point as a defensive coordinator can be useful to him.
“He’s got a great mind for the game,” Dorsey said.
For more from Dorsey on McDermott’s help regarding the game plan on offense, see the attached Bills Live clip below: