The 2022 Las Vegas Raiders have been a wild disappointment this season, and recent comments by Mark Davis show how far off management is right now.
After another historically bad loss, this past weekend to the Indianapolis Colts, Las Vegas Raiders team owner Mark Davis continued to be bullish about new head coach Josh McDaniels. Davis went as far as to say McDaniels is doing a ‘great job,’ and that “Rome was not built in a day.”
The issue with those statements is that it shows just how far from reality the Raiders’ front office is right now. Las Vegas was coming off a 10-7 season, one that saw them make the playoffs by rallying around interim head coach Rich Bisaccia and winning their final four regular season games.
Those guys played for Bisaccia in a way that we had not seen a Raiders team play for a head coach in some time. However, once the Silver and Black were bounced in the playoffs, Bisaccia was shown the door, and Davis ushered in a new regime, led by two guys from the New England Patriots.
Since their arrival, Las Vegas has been on a steady decline on the field,