Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills are once again coming off of a brutal loss in Week 10 action on Monday Night Football against the Denver Broncos. A slew of massive mistakes led to one final miscue by the special teams unit on the final play of the game. The Broncos missed what would have been a game-winning field goal, but the Bills had 12 men on the field and on the re-try Denver sealed the upset with a make.
Things just have not gone right all season long for Buffalo. That led them to make a major in-season coaching change with the firing of offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey.
Fans in Buffalo had been calling for a change at offensive coordinator for weeks. Dorsey never seemed to make the correct calls in the moments that the offense needed them the most. That inability cost him his job.
With the mid-season change at offensive coordinator, the Bills are hoping to emulate the 2012 Baltimore Ravens. In 2012, the Ravens fired their offensive coordinator and went on to win the Super Bowl.
Can The Buffalo Bills Turn Things Around?
Following the loss to the Broncos, the Bills dropped to 5-5 on the season. There is still a chance for them to get the season turned around, but that will be easier said than done.
Looking at the upcoming schedule for Buffalo, the math doesn’t look pretty. Their remaining games will come against the New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, Kansas City Chiefs, Dallas Cowboys, Los Angeles Chargers, New England Patriots, and Miami Dolphins. Only two of those games look blatantly winnable.
The only blame that the Bills can place right now is on themselves. Throughout their first 10 games, they have blown huge opportunities against the Broncos, Jets, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Patriots. All four of those games should have been wins for Buffalo.
Can they turn things around and get into the playoffs? Absolutely, there is still time to make the necessary changes. However, they are fighting an uphill battle and it will take near perfection to make it happen.
Make sure to tune in during Week 11 to see the Bills face off against the Jets at home in what will be a must-win scenario for Buffalo.