Despite looking invincible across their first two games, the Buffalo Bills lost to the Miami Dolphins in stunning fashion on Sunday. Buffalo was in position for a dramatic win, getting the ball into field goal range. The only issue?
Wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie was unable to stop the clock and get out of bounds. With no timeouts in hand, the Bills watched the clock strike zeroes in a brutal 21-19 loss to their division rivals.
Offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey was caught on camera expressing his frustration over the final moments. He did a little more than express, though, as this was more of a postgame freakout.
Dorsey spoke to the press on Monday and shared an honest explanation for this little eruption.
Ken Dorsey Bills
If you somehow missed the dramatic moment, check out a video below.
When asked about the video, Dorsey gave a simple answer. "It was an intense game. I'm watching my guys give everything they got. It was a playoff atmosphere. We weren't on the winning end and it was frustrating."
Dorsey did say later on that he'll "learn" from the experience.
Even this embarrassing but funny moment can't slow down a Bills squad that's favored to win Super Bowl 57. Dorsey's response was perfect. The perfect combination of hyping up his players and team, acknowledging his "mistakes" and simply making Buffalo fans want to run through a wall for him.
That's the sort of leadership that defines this team, and it's no wonder they are early favorites to take home the title.
Buffalo currently holds leading +500 odds to hoist the Lombardi Trophy, according to NFL odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.
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