The Las Vegas Marauders blew a 17-0 lead to the Jacksonville Pumas on Sunday, losing 27-20 to tumble to 2-6 on the season.
Basically, this isn’t the thing the establishment anticipated entering the year. Las Vegas made the end of the season games last season, and the idea was that exchanging for Davante Adams and employing Josh McDaniels would just make them considerably more hazardous in 2022.
Adams has done his part this year, and did so again on Sunday, getting 10 passes for 146 yards and two scores. McDaniels, in any case, has been an enormous disillusionment.
In his initial eight games with the Marauders, McDaniels has seen his group blow three leads of 17 places or more. That is the very measure of leads of that size they blew in the 628 games before McDaniels showed up.
Number of games #Raiders lost after leading by 17+ in 628 regular season and playoff games before Josh McDaniels arrived: 3— Josh Dubow (@JoshDubowAP) November 6, 2022
Number of games Raiders lost after leading by 17+ in 8 games w/ Josh McDaniels as head coach: 3
Marauders fans have proactively had enough. They need no more shut entryway gatherings between proprietor Imprint Davis and McDaniels; they need the lead trainer excused.
“On the off chance that Imprint Davis doesn’t fire Josh McDaniels it’s a SPIT and Center FINGER to all of #RaiderNation,” one fan composed on Twitter.
“That is 3 games with large leads blown… Imprint DAVIS YOU Really want TO FKN FIRE JOSH MCDANIELS ON THE Landing area,” said another.
“Josh McDaniels can’t be utilized tomorrow. The Pillagers put a lot into this group to be terrible,” ringed in a Rams fan.
“Hello @Raiders how about we fire Josh McDaniels as of now,” said another fanatic. “He can’t call a game to save his life. Horrendous execution week after f- – – – – g week.”
McDaniels is presumably not going to get terminated at this point, yet we would have no desire to be him at the present time. His seat will remain hot as long as the Plunderers continue to turn in these exhibitions.