As Las Vegas Raiders Fall to 0-3, HC Josh McDaniels Drops ‘Sh*tty’ Comment That Perfectly Describes Their Locker Room Environment

Published 09/26/2022, 1:00 PM EDT

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The NFL season had high hopes over the Las Vegas Raiders. The franchise had a radical change with a coaching staff update and adding some star athletes to the mix. However, they are not having a start that any Raiders Nation would expect. Even Josh McDaniels has the expression that every other Las Vegas locker room might feel.

The Las Vegas Raiders are having one of their most unsuccessful starts. They are now 0-3 since the 2022-23 season began. The Tennessee Titans defeated the Raiders 24-22 on Sunday afternoon in Nashville, dropping them to 0-3 on the campaign. All their setbacks, including those against the Arizona Cardinals and the Los Angeles Chargers, have been competitive.


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As per Sports Illustrated, Josh McDaniels mentioned, “This league requires a lot of mental toughness, and nobody likes losing. You know what I mean? I know it should hurt when we lose. We all feel sh*tty. We want to try to do better and put our best foot forward. But the only way to do that is to come back in and work hard at it and try to put together another good week this week and try to go out there and earn a victory on Sunday.”

The Silver and Black have had an implosive season. However, despite the dismal form, the squad will not give up with 14 games left to play.

As per Yahoo! Sports, head coach Josh McDaniels arrived late for his post-game interview after a lengthy and restricted discussion with team boss Mark Davis. It was after the team’s loss on Sunday and is never a positive indicator for a first-year head coach.

Josh McDaniels enters an unsavory group after the Raiders’ hat-trick loss

Josh McDaniels is having an unpleasant time in the Raiders as the head coach. Even though his work as an OC remains commendable, the HC’s losing statistic is speaking for themselves. He is now the third full-time head coach to start their term 0-3 with the team. Former HCs Jon Gruden and Art Shell had a rough start before McDaniels came to Vegas.


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The Ex-Pats’ OC needs to ace up his craft as a Head coach as he is running on a losing streak. As per Andrew Mason, the Raiders HC hasn’t won a game as an NFL head coach in 4,333 days. He will now try to get his first Raiders victory when the Broncos visit next Sunday.


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Will Josh McDaniels snap the losing streak? One has to wait till the Raiders-Broncos game.


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Pavitra Shome


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Pavitra Shome is an NFL author at EssentiallySports. He began writing while working for an online news portal and holds a Master's Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. Although Pavitra enjoys watching WWE, Gronk and Brady turned him into an NFL aficionado.
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