Hoping for the Buffalo Bills to potentially make a move from head coach Sean McDermott?
A report from The Athletic says don’t.
According to the outlet, there is “zero chance” Bills co-owner Terry Pegula wants to fire McDermott despite the current 6-6 record for the team heading into their bye weekend. After their most-recent loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo is not in the current playoff picture.
The update states:
Asked if there was any chance Pegula would fire McDermott, two of the sources replied “Zero.” The other two sources said they would be shocked if Pegula made such a move. All four sources have intimate knowledge of the Pegula-McDermott relationship.
— Tim Graham (@ByTimGraham) December 1, 2023
McDermott not on the verge of being fired makes perfect sense, too. The coach, along with general manager Brandon Beane, signed contract extensions through the 2027 season.
With the ink barely dry on those deals, it never felt likely.
But the update doesn’t state how “hot” the seat could be. That still might be the case.