Brian Daboll, Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator
The Buffalo Bills currently have the 4th best scoring offense in the NFL. Perhaps, their biggest weakness offensively is their lack of rushing attack. Although they average nearly 120 yards per game on the ground, a lot of that can be credited to the ultimate SUV they have in quarterback Josh Allen.
What intrigues me about Daboll is that he finds ways to get the most out of his players. Daboll completely turned around the trajectory for Josh Allen. After a shaky rookie season, Josh Allen has been in the MVP conversation ever since. The Bills as a team have shown improvement in each season, even reaching the AFC Championship last year. Similar to the Chargers, they are led by a defensive-minded coach in Sean McDermott. This only heightens the good job that Daboll has done with this offense since 2018.
When evaluating this Seattle Seahawks team, what jumps out as their weakness on offense at least? Yes, pass protection continues to be a major concern. But, the more glaring issue has been the constant one over the last two or three seasons. Towards the home stretch, Seattle’s offense gets muddy and they rely on Wilson to continually bail them out. While I actually like some of what Shane Waldron does, it appears Seattle has found themselves in that rut once again this season.
Brian Daboll, similarly to everyone else on this thread will introduce a new philosophy to the Seattle Seahawks. One that is Russell Wilson friendly. The greatest of coaches are always able to adapt to their players. Not, adapt their scheme to the players. I like what Brian Daboll has done over his tenure in Buffalo and can even bring over some ideas from his Alabama days.