The Buffalo Bills have one of the most up-and-down seasons of any team in the NFL. They have had games where they dominate their opponents, but they have also had games where they look completely out of rhythm on both the Offensive and Defensive. Fans have been quick to point the finger at the issue, but has the team finally figured it out? Josh Allen’s turnovers, an inexperienced Defense, and multiple injuries to key players on the roster have all been significant talking points. Losing impact players like Tre’Davious White, Matt Milano and Dawson Knox were devastating blows that forced other players to step up for this team. Lack of depth is now something that will continue to be a potential hindrance if they are to make a playoff push.
One move that surprised many was the firing of Offensive Coordinator Ken Dorsey. Previously the team’s Quarterback coach before Brian Daboll’s departure to the Giants, Dorsey was an instrumental contributor to the growth of franchise Quarterback Josh Allen. Although he had a proven track record of success and player development, maybe this move is exactly what the Bills needed. We have seen in the past what a change in coaching has done for organizations, but is it fair to put the majority of blame on him?
Are the Buffalo Bills cursed? We all know what happened to this team in the early 90s when they were defeated in four consecutive Super Bowls. Recognized as one of the most loyal fanbases, Billsmafia has had a team that has been one of the best in the NFL over the past few years. No matter their recent regular season success, they have been unable to live up to their expectations and achieve their Super Bowl aspirations …This team has a history of bad luck. Still, after a convincing win against the Divisional rival New York Jets this past week, the hope seems to be alive again. Let’s see if the Bills have enough time and enough pieces to create a magical run to end the year.