Colin Cowherd: “We always say players have a ‘ceiling’, but coaches have a ceiling too. I watched Sean McDermott last night... He’s Chuck Knox, he’s Marty Schottenheimer. He’s very good with details and organization— 'Football 101’ stuff, but like Knox and Schottenheimer I don’t think he’s a visionary or a creative. This team is getting worse. McDermott has never developed a run-game. In seven years it’s always ‘HEY, JOSH, CAN YOU SAVE US??’ Now Josh Allen is starting to break down like early Cam and early Big Ben. Even at 6’6”, 255, he takes too many shots. He is starting now to show his age and McDermott is starting to show his ceiling. Their offense and defense are 17th and PFF rates their special teams 30th. What do they do well? That is the responsibility of a head coach. You can't blame the quarterback. This is embarrassing... With Josh Allen, one of the three or four seminal talents in the world playing quarterback, they are one game ahead of the Raiders, and one game behind the Jets with Zach Wilson. NO EXCUSES. It’s time to pivot. There’s a certain rigidity about Sean McDermott, and this franchise is now regressing. They’re not Baltimore, they’re not Cincinnati, they’re not Kansas City, they’re not Philadelphia, they’re not San Francisco, and I’m not sure they’re Pittsburgh. Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, a capable offensive coordinator, a Pro Bowler on the offensive line... Very little rhythm, no run game, ‘HEY, JOSH SAVE US!’... I know it’s an uncomfortable conversation, but the coach who can clean stuff up often doesn’t have the vision and leans into rigidity. This organization right now is stuck and regressing.” (Full Segment Above)
Watch Colin Cowherd discuss the slumping 5-4 Buffalo Bills coming off their ‘Sunday Night Football’ loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, and explain why he thinks it’s time the team dumps seventh-year head coach Sean McDermott despite McDermott having won 63.8% of his games with the Bills.
Check out the segment above as Cowherd details why 27-year-old Josh Allen’s career is starting to take a turn for the worst, saying he’s already starting to break down and degrade like former All-Pro quarterbacks Cam Newton and Ben Roethlisberger.