Josh McDaniels coached in his 24th career game with the Las Vegas Raiders in Chicago, and it was a total embarrassment once again. But this time, we lost against the second-worst team in the NFL.
Fans, players, cheerleaders and concession stand workers are hoping Josh McDaniels won’t make his 25th. Posting an 11-17 record in just two seasons with the Denver Broncos makes me wonder why would anyone want to hire him as their head coach. He’s accumulated a 9-15 record in 24 games with an arsenal of top players, according to his pro record.
In fact, a social media influencer — who is also a huge fan of the Raiders — went up to Mark Davis during the Las Vegas Aces celebration parade. The video shows the social media influencer going up to Davis while holding a sign that says “Just Fire Josh.” They exchanged a few words , but it was pretty heated (you can watch the video down below).
The Raiders offense has yet to score over 19 points in a game this season. It doesn’t matter how well your defense plays if the offense struggles to make touchdowns. The Raiders are 27th in total yards per gain, last in rush per gain and they have the most turnovers in the league. The energy on this team is truly shot. No one wants to play for this coach. His decisions are questionable and sadly predictable. It’s hard to score points when the defense already knows what you’re going to do.
According to JustBlogBaby.com “The Raiders need more than just a couple of star players. They need real leadership; real coaching.”
The Las Vegas Raider players are beyond frustrated. Davante Adams has opened up by saying “I’m not here just to hang out; I came here to win and to do it the right way.” Al Davis has to be rolling around in his grave. Owner Mark Davis has to make a decision, and it needs to be made yesterday! Raider fans are talking about a boycott. We are spending way to much money to support this team for us to witness embarrassing showings week after week.
According to SportsIllustrated.com “For the third year in a row, the Las Vegas Raiders have the most expensive ticket prices in the NFL on the secondary market.”
Raider fans deserve better, and they are speaking out!