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Bills OC Ken Dorsey vows to ‘correct’ behavior after tablet-slamming tirade in loss to Dolphins

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If you didn’t know that Ken Dorsey is the offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills, you probably know by now.

It was hard not to notice him on Sunday. The former Miami Hurricane quarterback and NFL journeyman made headlines with a pill tirade in the closing moments of the Buffalo’s 21–19 loss to the Miami Dolphins. A CBS camera captured the moment and broadcast it during the NFL’s biggest game of the weekend.

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It was not Dorsey’s best moment. On Monday, he promised to improve. He also explained the source of his frustration if the final score of the game did not make it clear.

“It was a playoff atmosphere.” Dorsey told reporters, according to Buffalo News. “A big credit to the Miami Dolphins. Obviously we didn’t win, so it’s frustrating and, you know, that’s how I reacted.

“Obviously, this is something I will definitely learn. I never want to deprive the game of passion. fans. We’re going to give them everything we’ve got. But I’m going to learn from this and make sure to correct the forward movement.”

Buffalo Bills quarterbacks coach Ken Dorsey runs down the field before an NFL preseason football game against the Green Bay Packers in Orchard Park, New York, Saturday, August 28, 2021.  (AP Photo/Adrian Kraus)
Ken Dorsey lost his cool on camera during the most important game of the week. (AP Photo/Adrian Kraus)

Dorsey’s outburst was a reaction to the Bills’ last drive when Buffalo failed to stop the clock on the last play of the game. With 18 seconds left, Isaiah McKenzie advanced Josh Allen’s pass 12 yards to Miami’s 41-yard line to set up kicker Tyler Bass for a game-winning field goal attempt. He had enough yards to make a 58-yard try but didn’t go out of bounds. The clock kept ticking, and the Bills failed to set up in time for Allen to score before time ran out.

In the previous game, the Bills lost 10 yards on a penalty kick. It was a really disappointing end to the high stakes game. But head coach Sean McDermott would have preferred Dorsey to keep his cool.

“I am fully aware of this video,” McDermott told reporters. “Ken and I talked about it, discussed it…

“I think that says a lot about him as a coach and how hard he works at it and how important it is to him. But again, it’s important that we, as leaders, keep our composure and show it to our players. “.



Source: sports.yahoo.com

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