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Bills fire Ken Dorsey, Joe Brady named interim OC

Buffalo Bills fire offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey and name Joe Brady as interim replacement after 24-22 loss to Broncos.

The Buffalo Bills made a significant change to their coaching staff on Tuesday, firing offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey and naming quarterbacks coach Joe Brady as his interim replacement. This decision came after the Bills suffered a tough 24-22 loss to the Denver Broncos, marking their second consecutive defeat and putting them behind the AFC East-leading Miami Dolphins.

Despite ranking high in points per game and total offense, the Bills have struggled with turnovers, with star quarterback Josh Allen responsible for a significant portion of them. Dorsey, who took over as offensive coordinator after Brian Daboll left for the New York Giants, was unable to replicate the team's success from the previous season.

Dorsey, who previously worked as the team's quarterbacks coach, has a strong background in coaching, with experience at both the Buffalo Bills and the Carolina Panthers. On the other hand, Brady, who served as the offensive coordinator for the Panthers before joining the Bills, brings a fresh perspective and experience to the role.

This move reflects the Bills' commitment to addressing their challenges and making changes to improve their performance. It will be interesting to see how Brady's leadership impacts the team and if it helps them turn their season around.

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