Could The Bills Lose Both Coordinators Next Year?
The biggest problem with having a winning football team is that other teams are always looking to poach away your staff.
The Bills could end up losing both coordinators to Head Coaching jobs next year, at least according to football website Around the NFL.
Defensive Coordinator Leslie Frazier has head coaching experience leading the Minnesota Vikings for 3years.
Offensive Coordinator Brian Daboll does not have any prior NFL head coaching experience but has coached in the NFL for 18 years.
Here is what Around The NFL had to say about the Bills' coaches
Leslie Frazier, Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator, 60: The former Vikings coach (he went 21-32-1 with one playoff trip from 2010 to '13) is once again in charge of a top-notch unit, helping the Bills reach the playoffs. Frazier has a talent for getting the best from people in the toughest situations. Interviewing with the Colts two years ago got him back in the game, and that interest could increase this year.
Brian Daboll, Bills offensive coordinator, 44: Few can beat Daboll's resume, which includes five Super Bowl rings over two stints as a Patriots assistant plus a national title on Nick Saban's staff on Alabama. Now, Daboll is grooming young QB Josh Allen, who has been a breakout star for the playoff-bound Bills.
Would the Bills take a step back if we lost one or both of these coaches?