ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — While breaking the playoff drought was a sweet victory for the Bills, the offense was largely disappointing, ranking 29th in the league in yards per game.
As a result the team has decided to part ways with offensive coordinator Rick Dennison.
It was Dennison's first season with the Bills after spending the bulk of his NFL coaching career, and his entire playing career, with the Denver Broncos.
With lingering quarterback questions, plenty of draft picks and now a search for an offensive coordinator, it's sure to be a busy offseason at 1 Bills Drive.
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