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Buffalo Rumblinks, 11/21: Evaluating Bills’ offense following OC Joe Brady’s first game

Plus. why CB Rasul Douglas is looking more and more like an NFL trade-deadline steal for the Bills

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The Buffalo Bills (6-5) were hoping for an offensive spark and an increase in energy when head coach Sean McDermott relieved offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey of his duties and promoted quarterbacks coach Joe Brady to take over as OC before the Bills’ Week 11 home game vs. the New York Jets.

It’s only been one game, but so far so good for quarterback Josh Allen and the Bills’ offense, which scored on six of its first eight possessions during a 32-6 win over the Jets.

Today’s edition of Buffalo Rumblinks leads off by evaluating how Buffalo’s offense fared during Brady’s debut as the team’s offensive coordinator.

Evaluating Buffalo’s offense during Brady’s OC debut

Catch up on how Joe Brady operated Buffalo’s offense during a dominant performance against the Jets, including how he dialed up more motion and lit a spark under quarterback Josh Allen in his first game as OC. We also hear Brady evaluate his OC debut, plus positional grades as the Bills salvaged a series split with the Jets, and why it looks like general manager Brandon Beane pulled off a steal of a deal when he acquired cornerback Rasul Douglas from the Green Bay Packers leading up to the NFL trade deadline.

Injury updates for Taylor Rapp, Dane Jackson

The Buffalo Bills received great news Monday when it came to the status of safety Taylor Rapp, who suffered a neck injury when he collided with cornerback Taron Johnson while making a tackle in the first half of Sunday’s win over the Jets. Despite being taken off the field in an ambulance, head coach Sean McDermott said Rapp “has a chance to play on Sunday” when the Bills take on the Philadelphia Eagles.

Even more Bills news

We take a look at where the Bills find themselves in the crowded AFC playoff picture, plus snap counts from the win over the Jets, how wide receiver Khalil Shakir holds the record for the longest touchdown reception during the 2023 NFL season, and more!

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