The Las Vegas Raiders stunned the LA Chargers, 2-1-14, in Monday night’s football match, but external factors surrounding the game also received a lot of attention. If you ask Riders head coach John Gruden, the weather delays that delayed the opening kickoff by 5 minutes and the labyrinthine locker room at Sophie Stadium were too much for Chucky to handle.
“I never found an indoor stadium with power outages,” Gruden told reporters at the end of the match.
At some point, I’m sure Coach Gruden has experienced some weather delays in his coaching all year. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. But Sophie has been classified as an open-air stadium because its aspects are open. This is an explanation to you go, coach, to the stadium.
Gruden was also confused by the layout of the visitor locker room at the new stadium.
“You know, the locker room here is the strangest thing I’ve ever seen,” he said. “You can’t see anyone. It’s like a maze.
“So, you know, anyone distorting this visiting locker room, I’d like to meet this guy and see what his, um, was his idea.”
I’m sure it was the bizarre locker room setup that turned the riders ’total into zero in the first 15 minutes of the game. The riders went into the entire quarter without gaining a yard. Zero point, zero yards embarrassing in the first quarter. This is even more problematic when your coach is considered to be some quarterback guru, an offensive mastermind, yet his team doesn’t understand how to move forward for full quarter football.
Now, That Confusing
Of course, players need to perform plays, but coaching staff need to find a way to keep those players in the right position. Gruden and his staff failed to do so in the first quarter on Monday night.
The Chargers also shut down the Riders in the first half of the game. The final list for Las Vegas had 213 total yard offenses. That really came on three-quarters. I won’t even call that pedestrian. I mean It’s pretty fatal. Especially after the way the riders rolled through the first three weeks of the season. The Chargers and their defense should be given a lot of credit, but a lot of Gruden’s faults are coming his way.
The Riders were able to fight to add a little plot for about half-quarters in the second half, but overall, it was a closed night for Gruden and his crew. They rarely got Darren Waller involved, and once the Riders finally did, he was marked for a stupid joke punishment. We’ve got it already; You are no fun league. Let’s move on with our lives and put an end to this insanity.
Hopefully, Riders fans won’t get to see the other team as we’ve seen from this team in the past After starting to heat. The Riders will return home to Las Vegas in 5 weeks to face the Chicago Bears. Fortunately for Gruden, he doesn’t have to worry about new crazy locker room designs or scary weather delays.