OC Ken Dorsey slams headset, tablet after Buffalo Bills drop first game

MIAMI — The Bills’ first loss of the season was marked by many twists and turns, and ultimately Buffalo fell to division rivals Dolphins, despite finishing with 90 offensive games and more than doubling Miami’s possession time (40:40 to 19:20). .

With The last drive of the bills missed after the time elapsed after quarterback Josh Allen transitioned to Isaiah McKenzie when the wide receiver appeared to have time to be out of bounds to stop the clock, offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey was shown on the CBS show reacting in frustration and his headset, his Hut and his tablet slammed into the desk and crumpled the papers around him. Allen also slammed his helmet to the ground in frustration after the 21-19 loss.

“I was trying to be outside of the box. I was also trying to get yards,” McKenzie said. “I would know [Buffalo place-kicker Tyler Bass’] Reach, so I was trying to get out but also to get on the field. I tried to go out of the frame. There were nine seconds left and I was trying to get to the hash – and I kind of got nudged going to the referee and it just went from there. If I could take it back, I’d probably just hit the field, come down, put it on the hash myself, and live to fight another down.

The Bills had many missed opportunities throughout the game, including a contested pass to wideout Gabe Davis in the end zone and a potential pick-six from linebacker Matt Milano that he failed to catch.

“I trust Gabe in situations like this,” Allen told Davis of the play. “Those are the ones we deal with nine times out of ten. That was the tenth time I think. I have no loss of confidence in him and what he can do and what he can do in this game.”

The Dolphins had possession for just 7:55 of the second half and still came away with a win. Miami’s 19:20 possession time was the lowest in a win since the 2014 season, when the New England Patriots beat the New York Jets 19:06 in Week 7.

“We need to finish the rides,” Allen said. “I think third we were ok. Red zone, we weren’t very good. We have to find a way to take it there in the end zone. We really beat each other tonight. Credit to them; they really had one good game plan They came out and did what they had to do.

“There are obviously games that we want back and that’s going to happen over the course of every single game, especially this one.”

Dorsey played college football in Miami and had a 38-2 record as a starting quarterback. This was his first game as the NFL’s offensive coordinator in Miami. His determination and passion are often mentioned by players and coaches when it comes to Dorsey.

“He’s such a competitive guy,” said Leslie Frazier, Buffalo defense coordinator. “He wants to win every situation. … I think our players seem to thrive on that. I know we were in training camp and even when we were going head-to-head in OTAs I could feel how the offense really was the same kind of intensity Kenny trains with; but still, he’s a guy who’s able to push it back when he needs it and steer it in a different direction to encourage players at the same time.

The Bills went into the game with six starters through injury, and seven other players suffered injuries during the competition, which left several Buffalo players struggling with heat-related issues.

“I even threw up at half-time,” said McKenzie. “I’m like, I’m hot, and I started convulsing. I came in and got an IV and stuff like that. And we just fought.”

While Allen on the touchline grabbed a face mask or helmet on his right hand and entered the X-ray room at Hard Rock Stadium, he said he was “fine” after the game.

“[Allen’s] good,” added Buffalo coach Sean McDermott.

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/34666190/oc-ken-dorsey-slams-headset-tablet-buffalo-bills-drop-first-game OC Ken Dorsey slams headset, tablet after Buffalo Bills drop first game

Emma Bowman

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