The unique 2020 NFL season is finally over for the Buffalo Bills after a disappointing loss in the AFC Championship game to the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs. Buffalo begins its offseason after finishing with a 13-3 regular-season record and having the two seed in the AFC.
So, now it’s time to review the season that was for head coach Sean McDermott . After reading the recap, be sure to vote in the poll below!
- Won the AFC East for the first time since 1995
- Three-game improvement from 10-6 to 13-3 overall record in regular season
- Won their first playoff game in 25 seasons, finishing 15-4 on the year overall
- Swept the AFC East in the regular season for the first time in team history
- Finished the regular season on a six-game winning streak
- Showed an aggressiveness in the regular season when facing fourth down
- However, kicked some questionable field goals in the AFC Championship
- Already has the third-most wins by a head coach in franchise history after season four
- Finished the season with a +126 point differential, second-best in the league
- Kept nearly every coach on his coaching staff, hiring Eric Washington as defensive line coach. Added a nickel coach and a game management coach to staff
- Navigated the COVID-19 pandemic with player opt-outs and limits on practicing and contact
Do you approve of the job Sean McDermott has done as head coach?
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