NFL coach’s EPIC meltdown talk of the league, Bills star QB reacts to people ‘making a big deal out of it’

Buffalo Bills players aren’t disappointed in their offensive coordinator after video of his epic booth meltdown made the rounds following their 21-19 loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

Quarterback Josh Allen said Ken Dorsey’s tantrum had nothing to do with the loss but was rather a passionate response to the team’s inability to perform.

“He was so upset because, and this is from his mouth, he loves us and he appreciates us so much for putting everything we had on the line for 93 plays and 105 (degrees) 110 (degrees) that’s what it felt like on the field, he was upset we felt the way we felt,” Allen said Tuesday during an interview on ESPN’s Kyle Brandt’s Basement.

“And as a player looking at your offensive coordinator, having that much emotion and care for the game, we prepared so hard that he wants to win, he wants to do everything in his power to win and guys see that, and they truly believe that’s a great sign from an offensive coordinator,” he continued.

Seen throwing notebooks and smashing papers, Dorsey’s loss of control in the coach’s booth is motivating for the team, Allen said.

“We saw it on the bus ride going to the airport,” the former University of Wyoming football player said. “[Dorsey’s] the one who showed it to me. Everybody’s going crazy about it and I can tell you our guys freaking love seeing that.”

Sportscasters across the spectrum have had a field day with the outward show of emotion.

NFL Network’s Mike Giardi asked Dorsey about the incident and the coach said he would learn from his mistakes.

“It was an intense game…I’m watching my guys give everything they got,” Dorsey said. “It was a playoff atmosphere. We weren’t on the winning end and it was frustrating.”

“That’s something that I’m definitely gonna learn from,” the coach would say of the incident, according to the team’s website. “I don’t ever want to take the passion out of the game. We’re all in this to win football games for obviously for the Bills, for our fans. And we’re going to give them everything we got. But it’s something I’m gonna learn from and make sure to correct moving forward.”

Allen thinks those outside of the organization should give the former Heisman Trophy finalist a break.

“[He’s] someone who cares so much about, one, his players, two, the game plan he’s putting in – he shows so much pride in everything that he does,” Allen said of Dorsey. “I know people might be making a big deal out of it but as players, we freaking love seeing that.”

Dorsey played college ball at the University of Miami before being drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the 2003 NFL Draft. He played for the Cleveland Browns before retiring and moving off the field as the Carolina Panther’s quarterback coach in 2013.

The Bills are off to a rough 2-1 start with injuries plaguing their secondary teams.

“The Bills’ lack of depth at secondary stems from the team’s top three corners dealing with various injuries,” ESPN reported. “Top corner Tre’Davious White is on the reserve/PUP list at minimum through this Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens as he continues to rehab a torn left ACL suffered on Thanksgiving Day last year. General manger Brandon Beane has said White will need practice time before playing in a game.”

Indianapolis Colts veteran Xavier Rhodes was added to the practice team on Wednesday.

“We always like to start inside of the building [when help is needed],” coach Sean McDermott said. “In terms of the guys that are here working and working hard and developing. If we need to, though, we will go outside of the building.”


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