With five games remaining in the season, we’re hearing a lot of chatter about what Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis is going to do with his job opening.
Davis could stick with interim head coach Antonio Pierce. He go for a big score in Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh. He go back time with Jon Gruden. He could make a run at former Stanford coach David Shaw and he could go in any direction really.
He could even reportedly turn to former Raiders’ interim coach Rich Bisaccia.
Bisaccia, of course, led the Raiders to a 7-5 record after Gruden was forced to resign in 2021 and the Raiders ended the season with four straight wins to make the playoffs with a 10-7 record under the Raiders’ former special teams coach. Bisaccia, now the special teams coach in Green Bay, was the rare interim coach to lead a team to a playoff berth.
Still, Davis chose Josh McDaniels, who lasted 25 games in Las Vegas, over Bisaccia in January, 2022.
Perhaps Davis feels like he should have went with Bisaccia and is looking to rectify his mistake.
How do you feel about the thought of Bisaccia, who was extremely loved by his Raiders’ players, coming back as the full-time head man in 2024?
Should Rich Bisaccia be a serious candidate to the Raiders?
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Yes, he’s awesome
No, that ship has sailed