October 13, 2021 - 8:01 pm
The Raiders are ready to move on with the season after Jon Gruden resigned as head coach.
We discuss how the new interim head coach, Rich Bisaccia, will guide the team moving forward.
The embattled Raiders will be hard-pressed to get their offense back on track at Denver, second in the NFL in scoring defense, allowing 15.2 points per game.
The backup quarterback has been practicing this week and could be activated before Sunday’s game against the Broncos for the first time since the season opener.
The resignation of Jon Gruden has thrust Greg Olson into the role of decision-maker rather than a sounding board. It is bound to change the Raiders’ offense in interesting ways.
After an eventful week for the Las Vegas Raiders, fans have plenty of questions.
Raiders general manager Mike Mayock was Jon Gruden’s handpicked right-hand man. With Gruden now gone, Mayock moves forward while facing an uncertain future.
The 38-year coaching veteran feels he is up to the challenge of guiding the Raiders through turbulent times.
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr spoke publicly Wednesday for the first time since head coach Jon Gruden resigned. “I love the man, but you hate the sin,” Carr said.
Vic Fangio said there’s “no place in the world” for the opinions expressed by the former Raiders coach in emails leaked earlier this week that led to his resignation.