Some NFL teams hoping for good seasons have been a mess so far this year.
It happens every season when some teams fail to meet expectations.
Two teams in particular were terrible for eight weeks.
Although there is still time to change your season, it seems highly unlikely.
Here are two NFL teams that are in a mess right now.
Las Vegas Raiders
It’s hard to talk about the NFL’s biggest mess without mentioning the Las Vegas Raiders.
After adding Davante Adams in the offseason and a new head coach in Josh McDaniels, expectations were high in Las Vegas.
But, in seven games, the Raiders are 2-5.
Their worst performance of the season was last week against the Saints, where they only broke through midfield in the fourth quarter.
McDaniels could be in the hot seat after just one season.
Josh McDaniels saying, “we’re not the only team losing games” just doesn’t sit right after a shutout loss. #Raiders hasn’t been shouted for 8 years.
It’s not just a normal loss on a Sunday, Josh.
And we wonder why this team feels there is no urgency.
—MoeMoton (@MoeMoton) October 31, 2022
With questions about Derek Carr’s future at QB.
Winning the AFC West is already out the window, so they will need at least 10 wins to clinch a wildcard spot.
We’re staying in the same division to find another of the NFL’s biggest mess.
The Denver Broncos expected to be a Super Bowl contender.
Instead, they will have the chance to make the playoffs.
Russell Wilson has been a disaster at quarterback, and Nathaniel Hackett doesn’t look good for the head coaching job.
I don’t know if Nathaniel Hackett can coach, but I know it’s a terrible set of circumstances to find out.
They’ve built an offense around a $245 million QB who apparently can’t play anymore.
— Lindsay Rhodes (@lindsay_rhodes) October 30, 2022
Denver even traded their best pass-rusher at the trade deadline as they are 3-5.
Despite one more win than the Raiders, the Broncos aren’t a good team.
They even lost to the Raiders in Week 4.
The Broncos have been a mess all season, and there doesn’t seem to be a clear path to fix it.