Bills Josh Allen Jan 22, 2023; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) passes the ball against the Cincinnati Bengals during the third quarter of an AFC divisional round game at Highmark Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen expressed disappointment in seeing offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey go on Wednesday. The Bills announced on Tuesday that they parted ways with the former University of Miami quarterback, who had been on staff under head coach Sean McDermott for several years.

Allen had blossomed under both Dorsey and current New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll. Without him around, it’s possible he might not be the quarterback he is, even through his flaws.

So it was no surprise to see that the Bills quarterback expressed sadness in seeing Dorsey go.

Via Pro Football Talk, Allen said of Dorsey’s departure, “I love Dorsey. As a human being, he’s one of the good ones. He’s been int his room with me for a very long time. I feel like I owe him a lot of the success I’ve had in my career and he’s been a huge part of that. Sad to see him go.

“Fact is, if we play better as a team, we probably don’t have to make a move like that,” Allen admitted. “He’s a big part of what we’ve been doing the last few years. I talked with coach [Sean] McDermott. I understand the thought process of why we’re doing it. It’s unfortunate, but, at the same time, we’ve got a game against a division rival on Sunday and we still have time to turn this thing around.”

Buffalo hosts the New York Jets this weekend.

[Pro Football Talk]

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