Bills QB Josh Allen has major admission about Ken Dorsey’s firing

    For as much talent as the Buffalo Bills offense has, the unit has clearly underachieved this season and is partially to blame for losses in three of the team’s last four games.

    Buffalo’s disappointing 24-22 loss to the Denver Broncos on “Monday Night Football” was the final nail in the coffin for offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey, who was fired less than 24 hours later — something star quarterback Josh Allen admitted he’s taking pretty hard.

    “Without a doubt (Dorsey would still have his job if we played better), and I take that very personally,” Allen told reporters on Wednesday. “It hurts a lot to see someone you care about go through a situation like that and to know that if I could have done more, if this offense could have done more, we wouldn’t have had to do something like that.”

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