Josh Allen on Ken Dorsey's tirade after Bills' loss to Dolphins: 'You show me someone who's ok with losing and I'll show you a loser'
Tom Brady voiced his approval for Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey's famous " temper tantrum " in the immediate aftermath of the team's dramatic loss to the Miami Dolphins in Week 3. Bills franchise quarterback Josh Allen discussed Dorsey's actions on Wednesday and unsurprisingly, had his coach's back as well.
A former NFL signal-caller himself, Dorsey unleashed his fury in the team's coaching booth on Sunday after time ran out on the Buffalo offense, when wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie was unable to get out bounds to stop the clock at the end of the fourth quarter. With no time outs remaining, the Bills needed to spike the ball to get one more shot at a field goal (or throw to the end zone) but were unable to get lined up in time.
Dorsey was promoted from the quarterbacks coach and passing-game coordinator positions at the beginning of February after former offensive coordinator Brian Daboll was hired as the New York Giants next head coach. The 41-year-old held his previous post with Buffalo for three seasons.
Dorsey played with the San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns during his five-year NFL career from 2004 to 2008, recording 2,082 passing yards and eight touchdowns in 17 games (13 starts).