June 13, 2024

Highlights from Joe Brady's introductory press conferenceDJ Mangas has been hired an offensive quality control coach by the Bills, the organization announced on Monday.
Mangas joined the Bills at the close of the 2023 campaign as an offensive assistant, and as of 2024, he will be a formal member of the coaching staff in Buffalo. Mangas was the tight ends coach and offensive coordinator for the University of Buffalo football team before coming to work for the Bills.

Mangas is also acquainted with Joe Brady, the offensive coordinator. Together, they were part of LSU’s staff during their 2019 national championship campaign. Mangas was an offensive analyst and Brady was the passing game coordinator for LSU that season.

From 2008 to 2011, the two performed together at William & Mary as well.

Mangas will be in the NFL for the second time with the Bills. He served as an assistant with the 2020 Carolina Panthers. The NFL will officially enter its offseason following this Sunday’s Super Bowl. It’s now time to focus on what the Buffalo Bills can expect from the draft, free agency, and other areas.

Let’s examine the upcoming few months and some important questions for the Bills as we prepare for a busy offseason in Buffalo.

Soon after the season concluded, Buffalo promoted linebackers coach Bobby Babich to defensive coordinator and appointed interim offensive coordinator Joe Brady to offensive coordinator.

Both will now assume important coaching positions after serving as essential members of the Bills’ staff for the previous few seasons. This offseason, one of the plots to watch will be how each coach transforms Buffalo’s defense and offense.

Under Brady, the Bills averaged 27.1 points per game in seven regular season and two postseason games. They scored 30 points or more in four of those games and finished with a 7-2 record. QB

During that time, Josh Allen scored 24 touchdowns, 11 of which came from rushes.

Speaking highly of Brady’s midseason stepping, Allen did so before he was hired Buffalo’s offensive coordinator on January 28.

“I cherish Joe. The day after Buffalo’s season ended, Allen remarked, “I love what he brings to this team, to our offense, the juice that he has, the passion he has for football.” “We stayed true to our excellent ball running. We seem to have returned to some more basic ideas. worked better at simplicity with him.”

Allen anticipates that the Bills’ offense will advance with a full offseason under Brady.

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