Hello Arrowhead Guys. It’s currently Red Friday during Raiders week! That said, it may not be the best time in the history of ‘Raidering‘ to be a ‘Da Raiders‘ fan. Especially if you let Chucky tell the story! Wow, what a Nightmare on Jon Street. Nevertheless, it’s Red Friday and despite the Las Vegas Raiders current trials and tribulations the Kansas City Chiefs are still set to fly out to Las Vegas for Sunday Night Football on November 14th at Allegiant Stadium. Are you ready? It’s almost time for Sunday Night Football. Primetime!
Raiders vs. Chiefs style!
An AFC West showdown in Sin City on Sunday! Who takes this one?— Sunday Night Football on NBC (@SNFonNBC) November 11, 2021
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Rather than throw another hundred tweets at you. I’m gonna switch it up a little bit and throw some words at you. Words like, “Fuck the Raiders!” and “How about that Jon Gruden Contract?” I’m gonna ask you if you like Derek Carr’s make-up & mascara and if you know that the Chiefs have beaten the Raiders 68 times in NFL history, including their first meeting on the gridiron 22,637 days ago in 1960 between Dallas and Oakland? Did you know I only include Dallas Texans stats into Chiefs history when it involves beating the Raiders? No? Either did I, as that’s the first time I’ve done that. Which is similar to the first time the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Raiders on September 27, 1964. The Chiefs won that game 21-9 inside of Frank Youell Field because that’s what the Kansas City Chiefs do… they beat the Raiders. Water is wet. The sky is blue. Jon Gruden sues the NFL. The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Raiders. Facts. Folks. Just facts, baby!
Who is Coaching the Raiders?
Well, we know it’s not Jon Gruden and we know it’s not Al Davis (RIP!). It’s probably not Bill Callahan and it’s definitely not Tim Brown, Jerry Rice or Rich Gannon. Maybe it’s Napoleon Kaufman? I guess I’ll use Google and find out exactly who is the Las Vegas Raiders head coach. After seconds and seconds of intense Raiders research I have found the answer. The Las Vegas Raiders current interim head coach is something called a Rich Bisaccia from Yonkers, New York. I know, I know, I also thought it was more likely to be a Poor Bisaccia from Oakland, California but Raiders gonna Raiders. Here’s a little bit more rich information about the poor new Raiders coach:
Bisaccia began his coaching career in 1983 at Wayne State College (Nebraska), coaching defensive backs and special teams. He switched to the offensive side of the ball in 1984, tutoring quarterbacks and wide receivers for the next four seasons (1984-87).
Now in his 38th year of coaching, Rich Bisaccia enters his fourth season with the Silver and Black in 2021. He became the Interim Head Coach on October 11, 2021.
Bisaccia’s resume includes 19 seasons of experience as a special teams coordinator in the NFL with the Raiders (2018-20), Dallas Cowboys (2013-17), San Diego Chargers (2011-12) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2002-10). Bisaccia, now entering his 20th season as an NFL coach, spent the previous five seasons with the Dallas Cowboys as the special teams coordinator before joining the Raiders in 2018, including the last three with the added role of assistant head coach.Da Raiders SITE
Something has to give!
The Kansas City Chiefs have a record of 5-4, while the Las Vegas Raiders have a record of 5-3. One of these two teams is going to get to that sixth win and attempt to win the AFC West. Also, don’t let me fail to mention that the other two teams in the Chiefs division are both sitting at five wins (Denver Broncos at 5-4 and the Los Angeles Chargers at 5-3) as this entire division is in mediocre competition to win the AFC West. Speaking of mediocre competition, the Las Vegas Raiders have obviously had a tough go of things this season. And while I think their problems are hilarious in many ways, I also feel for their misfortune and hope that they bring their best football on Sunday Night. AFC West rivalry games are some of the best rival games the NFL has to offer. Here’s to a great game of football on Primetime Sunday Night that will show the world the hateful-joy of rivalry we all get to experience with the Raiders twice an NFL calendar year! Let’s get a WIN!!!
It’s Raiders Week. You all know what to do!