DENVER - OCTOBER 24: Defensive end Richard Seymour #92 of the Oakland Raiders celebrates while the Raiders 59-14 over the Denver Broncos while walking off the field with teammates Nick Miller #89 and Ricky Brown #57 at INVESCO Field at Mile High on October 24, 2010 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Richard Seymour;Nick Miller;Ricky Brown
Okay, Al Davis doesn’t usually talk to reporters either. But for him, that’s just how he is every Sunday. Bowlen is known as being pretty media-friendly, as is Broncos Chief Operating Officer Joe Ellis.
“Perhaps Bowlen and Ellis understand no matter what they say, their words would only inflame the raw emotions that exist after the Broncos' historic blowout loss to their most detested rival,” writes the Denver Post’s Mike Klis.
Blowout losses at home are a recurring problem for Denver head coach Josh McDaniels. He’s now 0-4 against AFC West teams in games played at Mile High, and the historic whooping at the Raiders’ hands has the entire Mountain Time Zone screaming for McDaniels’ to be fired.
Does this mean the Raiders have begun the end for a Broncos head coach? Oh, that would be a real shame.
Joe Kukura is a freelance writer who’s pleased to report that business is booming over at FireJoshMcDanielsNow.com.