4. Ken Dorsey, Offensive Coordinator, Buffalo Bills
On one hand, the Buffalo Bills are in trouble. At 5-4, they are on the outside looking in at the playoff picture in the AFC. Who would've thought they'd be here at the halfway point?
On the other hand, you cannot necessarily blame the offense. Buffalo is still a top offense in this league, currently ranking fifth in yards per game and scoring. Much of that has to do with how offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey has done after taking over for Brian Daboll last year.
Dorsey has continued to follow in the footsteps of Daboll, just bringing his own personal touches to the offense. Josh Allen has had, overall, a strong season, throwing for over 2,400 yards, 18 touchdowns and nine picks at this point. Dorsey can take a lot of the credit for how good Buffalo continues to be offensively, but can also take credit for Allen's development.
Dorsey has been with Buffalo since 2019, where he began as the team's quarterbacks coach. Between he and Daboll, the two of them have helped Allen become one of the league's top quarterbacks. Maybe, Dorsey could do the same with the Bucs' next quarterback.