ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — Coach Sean McDermott held a news conference after the Bills’ latest loss and the termination of offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey.

The Bills faced two losses in a row — first the Bengals and most recently the Broncos in a 22-24 loss. This came after McDermott shared an extensive and lengthy injury report.

After their most recent loss, the team announced that they fired Dorsey amid a backlash against the coordinator for offense failures and inconsistencies. McDermott explained that it was his decision, believing it was time for a change.

“Sad what had to be and what became of it, but looking forward to a new beginning and opportunity to gain more production on a more consistent basis,” said McDermott.

Taking his place in the meantime is Quarterbacks coach Joe Brady as interim offensive coordinator, who joined the team last year. McDermott explains that it all starts with leadership, but there are other factors to consider.

“It’s just a feel more than anything, the IT-factor, and a presence and I think Joe has some of that,” said McDermott. “His imprint will develop over the course of time in terms of the Xs and Os and his rapport with Josh [Allen] as well.”

The Bills will be facing the New York Jets on Sunday, November 19 at 4:25 p.m.

Full Press Conference:

You can watch Coach McDermott’s full press conference in the video player above.