If Josh McDaniels becomes the next Las Vegas Raiders head coach, he’ll likely keep them on the right track, especially on the offensive side of the ball.
The opinion on whether McDaniels would be a good head coach in Las Vegas is a divided one. Many fans feel that trying to recreate the New England Patriots will not work, as other coaches from the Bill Belichick tree have tried and failed.
So why do it? Well, because it’s been proven time and again that just because a head coach fails the first time doesn’t mean he’s necessarily doomed to fail again. McDaniels was a young, arrogant coach when he took over the Denver Broncos in 2009. He got off to a good start, but then his team flamed out. Recently, ex-players have said that McDaniels and the team were cheating.
Funny enough, Raiders fans are claiming they want nothing to do with a “cheater.” Maybe young members of Raider Nation don’t recall but Al Davis encouraged cheating. The only that mattered to the man was winning, that’s it. With McDaniels at the helm, winning is what this team will do.