WNY NEWS NOW – The Buffalo Bills announced on Tuesday morning that they are relieving Ken Dorsey of his offensive coordinator duties.
The firing comes off the heels of Buffalo’s disappointing loss to the Denver Broncos on Monday night football. A game in which the Bills turned the ball over 4 times leading to a 24-22 defeat.
The loss dropped the Bills to 5-5 on the season.
In place of Dorsey, the Bills have names quarterback coach Joe Brady as the interim offensive coordinator.
The move will hope to spark a Buffalo Bills offense that has struggled so far this season.
Brady’s first test will come next week as the Bills host the New York Jets. That game will be Sunday, November 19th at 425PM.