Josh McDaniels has only been the coach of the Raiders for 13 games but is already being put on the hot seat.
Josh McDaniels might get fired
— Dez Bryant (@DezBryant) December 9, 2022
This particular comment by Bryant comes after the Raiders’ collapse on Thursday Night Football, squandering their fourth double-digit lead of the season.
McDaniels Past, Present, And Future
Before being given the Raiders head coaching job, McDaniels was a staple on the coaching staff for the New England Patriots.
He worked under Bill Belichick for over ten years, in positions ranging from personnel assistant to offensive coordinator.
McDaniels did leave for brief stints with the Denver Broncos and St. Louis Rams, but always found his way back to New England.
Currently, McDaniels and the Raiders are 5-8 record, third in the AFC West division.
In his career as a whole as a head coach, McDaniels has a .400 winning percentage.
His future is up in the air at the moment.
While he is under contract with the Raiders next year, there has been league-wide speculation that he will be fired after the 2022 campaign.
With the offensive and defensive weapons that the Raiders possess, many have expected them to have a better record than they currently have.
We’ll soon see what direction the Raiders choose to go with their coaching staff.
Regardless if McDaniels is given another chance or not, the Raiders are in a rough state and will look to improve drastically in 2023.NEXT: 2 Raiders Players That Were Duds On Thursday Night Football