4. Ken Dorsey, Former Offensive Coordinator, Buffalo Bills
Looking at that Bills and Eagles game again, one has to be feeling a little bad for Ken Dorsey, who was fired recently after having served as the team's offensive coordinator since the start of the 2022 campaign. Head coach Sean McDermott needed a scapegoat, and Dorsey was exactly that.
Prior to being fired, the Bills offense had still been a top unit across the league, and top-five or top-six in most major areas. Josh Allen hasn't been able to get out of his own way, which wasn't Dorsey's fault by any means. There is no reason why Dorsey shouldn't get another job soon, and he could even be considered for some head coaching opportunities.
Come the 2024 offseason, there will be a ton of teams looking for new head coaches and offensive coordinators. Dorsey will get plenty of attention for the latter, but should the Bucs just skip that step and hire him on as the head coach? Anybody watching the Bills knew that Dorsey wasn't the man who needed walking papers. He deserves another shot, and might even deserve a shot as a head coach.