The Buffalo Bills fired offensive coordinator Rick Dennison after just one season, the team announced Friday.
Dennison completed his 23 season in the National Football League and first season with the Buffalo Bills in 2017, but it didn't come with the success the coaching staff had planned. It was a big reason why the Bills ranked 22nd in points per game (18.9). General manager Brandon Beane, speaking on WGR 550, hardly gave Taylor a vote of confidence, saying that the Bills are "still in the process" of finding a franchise quarterback.
Dennison wasn't coach Sean McDermott's first choice for the job last offseason - that was former San Diego Chargers coach Mike McCoy.
Eagles quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo: He has interviewed for the Arizona Cardinals' still-vacant head coaching job, and until that is filled, it can not be determined whether DeFilippo will be a candidate for the Bills' offensive coordinator vacancy. He also said the Bills are "still in the process of getting that accomplished".
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"We're building this thing together", McDermott said then.
We don't yet know what direction the Bills will go at quarterback, but we have an idea on who might replace Dennison.
Prior to the Bills meeting the Panthers in Week 2 this season, McDermott said, "Mike Shula does an incredible job of moving pieces around" and called the Panthers a "very dynamic offense". The 45-year-old McCoy compiled a regular-season record of 27-37 as Chargers head coach.
The quarterback change backfired after Peterman threw five interceptions in the first half of a 54-24 loss.