The Buffalo Bills showed flashes of an intriguing team over the course of the 2018 regular season. Unfortunately, the team struggled to sustain success on the offensive side of the football.
With Josh Allen entering his second season, it’s imperative that Buffalo surrounds him with the proper coaching staff to utilize his abilities as a thrower and overall athlete.
Well, it appears the Bills are making multiple moves to their coaching staff in the form of familiar faces.
Ken Dorsey will join Buffalo to become the quarterbacks coach, following his brief stint as the offensive coordinator for Appalachian State. He also spent four years on the Carolina Panthers’ coaching staff, which means there is already a preexisting relationship with head coach Sean McDermott.
The Bills are also promoting offensive assistant Chad Hall to wide receivers coach.
Hall will replace Terry Robiskie, who left to join Doug Marrone and the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Buffalo announced the moves on its official Twitter account:
We've hired Ken Dorsey as our quarterbacks coach and named Chad Hall our wide receivers coach.
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) February 2, 2019
Perhaps Buffalo will add another wideout for Hall to work with in the offseason, whether that comes in free agency or the NFL Draft.
Although the New England Patriots are always sitting atop the AFC East, the Bills are trying to setup themselves for a bright future.