Raiders quarterback Derek Carr supplied a transparent endorsement of the staff’s interim coach Rich Bisaccia following Las Vegas’s 26–19 loss to the Bengals on Saturday.
“I believe we are able to all assume that he is the suitable man,” Carr mentioned. “He is confirmed that individuals hearken to him. Our staff listens to him. And I really like him a lot, I am grateful for him. All these issues shall be choices that I do not make, I do not get to make. I simply play quarterback … however with every thing that went on, in the event you actually take a look at what occurred, all of the items lacking, every thing that modified, yeah, he held it collectively.”
Bisaccia took over the interim coach position in mid-October, following coach Jon Gruden resigning after the discharge of anti-LGBTQ+ and misogynistic emails.
Bisaccia, 61, led Oakland to a 7–5 report this season and guided the franchise to its first playoff look since 2016.
“We’ve so many guys that simply fought and acquired into what Coach Rich gave us. Coach Marinelli, coach Bradley, [Greg Olson], all people—they caught with us and we caught with them,” defensive finish Maxx Crosby said. “We simply got here up somewhat bit brief. It is robust however I simply know we’ll be again. We’ll be again and we’ll have one other alternative.”
Raiders proprietor Mark Davis has remained silent on the staff’s head-coaching search and it’s unclear if Bisaccia shall be thought-about for the staff’s everlasting head teaching job.
The Raiders have had 5 head coaches—both interim of everlasting—since 2014.
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