Here’s why Bills OC Ken Dorsey lost his mind at the end of the Dolphins game

It’s unlikely that any video will be more frequently shared than the one showing Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey trashing his part of the coaches’ booth at the end of the Bills’ 21-19 loss to the Miami Dolphins.

Dorsey was trying to get his usually productive offense in field goal range before time expired, and those efforts were assisted by the Dolphins’ butt punt with less than two minutes left in the game.

It was not to be. The Bills ran out of time as Josh Allen was trying to get under center to stop the clock for one more play. It was at that point that Dorsey went on a jag that would have made both Keith Moon and John Bonham proud.

Or Axel Foley, for that matter.

So, here’s why Dorsey went all nuts. With 18 seconds left in the game, and the ball at the Buffalo 47-yard line, Allen threw quickly to receiver Isaiah McKenzie under extreme pressure (Miami’s defense was really good in this game), and for whatever reason, McKenzie chose not to go out of bounds. As the Bills had no timeouts left, that essentially ended things.

You can see McKenzie bleeding the clock at the worst possible time, then Allen rushing to snap and spike, then failing, then throwing his helmet in frustration as time elapsed. Has McKenzie simply run out of bounds instead of trying to get a few extra yards… Tyler Bass hadn’t missed a field goal in four tries in the young season, so there was certainly a chance.

Given that ending, it’s fair to say that Dorsey had a reason to go a bit off-script.

Story originally appeared on Touchdown Wire