April 17, 2024

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Josh Allen: I owe Ken Dorsey a lot, and I’m sad to see him go

Josh Allen: I owe Ken Dorsey a lot, and I’m sad to see him go

The Bills fired offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey on Tuesday, and quarterback Josh Allen had a chance to respond to the news during a press conference on Wednesday.

Allen and Dorsey have worked together since 2019, and Allen said “it hurts a lot” to see Dorsey lose his job due to his performance and offense so far this season.

“I love Dorsey,” Allen said. “As a human being, he’s one of the good guys. He’s been in this room with me for a very long time. I feel like I owe him a lot of the success I’ve had in my career and he’s been a big part of that. It’s sad to see him go. The truth is if we play better as a team… Maybe we don’t have to make a move like this. It’s a big part of what we’ve been doing in the last few years. I spoke with the coach [Sean] McDermott. I understand the thought process of why we do this. It’s unfortunate, but at the same time, we have a match against a top-flight opponent on Sunday and we still have time to turn this around.

Allen said he doesn’t think the Bills have a “broken offense,” but pointed to their “huge” turnover splits in losses and said the team’s “backs are up against the wall” when it comes to correcting those issues because of how deep into the season they are. He added that he has confidence in me and “has no choice but to be comfortable” working with interim offensive coordinator Joe Brady on that front because “the clock is ticking” on a season that started with high hopes in Buffalo.

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