Buffalo Bills fire offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey amid a disappointing 5-5 season, appointing Joe Brady as interim replacement.
The firing follows Buffalo's loss to the Denver Broncos on "Monday Night Football," marked by four turnovers and a season-high four drops.
Coach Sean McDermott emphasizes the coaching change's goal of instilling increased confidence and energy within the team.
The decision responds to the Bills' 5-5 record, causing them to fall out of the playoff picture in a highly competitive AFC.
The Bills face the hardest remaining strength of schedule in the league, adding urgency to the decision.
Ken Dorsey was elevated to offensive coordinator in 2022 after the departure of Brian Daboll, endorsed by star quarterback Josh Allen.
Under Dorsey, the Bills faced challenges, with 21% of drives ending in turnovers since Week 5, ranking last in the NFL.
Star quarterback Josh Allen leads the NFL with 14 turnovers and 11 interceptions, contributing significantly to the coaching change.