The Buffalo Bills have promoted passing game coordinator and quarterback coach Ken Dorsey to be their new offensive coordinator. There was some speculation he may follow Brian Daboll to be the New York Giants offensive coordinator, but instead, he stays with Buffalo for the same position. Dorsey is considered to be a young and promising coach in the NFL and could one day find himself the Head Coach of his own team.
We’ve promoted Ken Dorsey to offensive coordinator.
Congratulations, Ken! ? #BillsMafia
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) February 1, 2022
Ken Dorsey has been named the @buffalobills offensive coordinator. pic.twitter.com/WyoarCIGeF
— Buffalo Bills PR (@BuffaloBillsPR) February 1, 2022
The promotion of Ken Dorsey to offensive coordinator is sure to make at least one player on the Bills very happy. Quarterback Josh Allen and Dorsey have a great relationship and get along well with each other. Keeping the star quarterback happy is always a good decision, but the progression in the passing game speaks for itself. The Bill’s passing game was a top NFL unit and that is largely because of Dorsey.
With Ken Dorsey sticking with the #Bills, the expected finalists for #Giants OC: Pep Hamilton, Mike Kafka and Chad O’Shea, sources tell me and @RapSheet.
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) February 1, 2022
The Bills have unfinished business heading into next year’s season and they are hoping the offense will get even better. Making the Super Bowl and winning it is the sole focus for the team that has gotten so close just to fall short. While the team will have some questions this offseason to address, with Josh Allen the team will always have a chance. Ken Dorsey has plenty of talent to work with heading into next year’s NFL season.