The Bills announced on Friday that Offensive Coordinator Greg Roman has been relieved of his duties. 

Assistant Head Coach and Running Back Coach Anthony Lynn has been named the new offensive coordinator. 

This changes come one day after the Bills fell to the Jets, 37-31. 

News 8 Bills Contributor Scott Pitoniak says a source told him Terry Pegula was not pleased with team’s performance Thursday night. “Kind of embarrassed.”

Roman came to Buffalo after four years also as Offensive Coordinator at San Francisco. He went to a Super Bowl with the 49ers and made Colin Kaepernick a feared starting quarterback. 

Two years after Roman left, Kaepernick is a backup more known for what does during the national anthem at football games than anything afterward. 

The Bills opened up with a putrid 160 yards on offense in the opener at Baltimore. 

They had 297 against the Jets, but 155 came on two plays. 

Roman did lead the Bills to the top rushing game in the NFL last season.