Dorsey wants to get back to playing smart, not conservative football

Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey addressed the media before Thursday's practice in Orchard Park

Orchard Park, N.Y. (WGR 550) - After a rough offensive performance in Week 1 against the New York Jets this past Monday night, the Buffalo Bills will look to get back on track on a short week against the Las Vegas Raiders in Sunday's home opener at Highmark Stadium.

Speaking with the media before Thursday's practice, Bills offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey feels his unit needs to get back to playing smart football.

"I think when you go back and look at those things, they're correctable things that we can look at and say, 'Let's play smart and not conservative in these situations," said Dorsey.

In the loss against New York, quarterback Josh Allen turned the ball over four times, including three interceptions and a lost fumble late in the fourth quarter. Dorsey knows turnovers are a part of the game, and many great quarterbacks have had multi-turnover games.

"I don't think you get to the point of his career, and I don't think you get to as many games as he's won as a starter if this were something that happens every single game," Dorsey said.

Even with the four turnovers, Dorsey does not seem worried about his starting quarterback after Week 1.

"I want to make sure we're not jeopardizing our process in any way," Dorsey said." I think it's been something that's been effective for us. We've just got to learn from these things, and correct and move on after the first game of the season."

Hear more of Dorsey's comments with the media available in the player below:

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