Bills part ways with Dennison

January 12, 2018 - 11:52 am

The Buffalo Bills have announced that offensive coordinator Rick Dennison has been relieved of his duties after just one year with the Bills.

The Bills offense finished 29th in the National Football League in total offense this season, and capped it off with just three points in their AFC Wild Card matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars this past Sunday. The Bills also finished 31st in the league in passing.

Dennison and the offense took a step back from 2016 under Greg Roman and Anthony Lynn. The Bills finished the 2016 season ninth in the NFL in points per-game, but finished 22nd this season.

Once again, the Bills will be on the lookout for a new offensive coordinator, and will hire their fifth offensive coordinator in as many season.

Former Chargers head coach Mike McCoy was one of the Bills' top candidates this past offseason before he latched on with the Broncos. He is available once again this offseason after being fired by the Broncos during the season.

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