Green Bay Packers special teams coordinator and assistant head coach Rich Bisaccia is trending on Twitter after the Las Vegas Raiders fired Josh McDaniels in the early morning hours on the East Coast. Bisaccia has been with the Packers for the last two seasons. His coaching title last season with Green Bay was just special teams coordinator.
The Packers also added the title of assistant head coach to him before the season started. It is a good thing that he is the assistant head coach to Matt LaFleur. There would probably be some fans who would want him over LaFleur as head coach right now.
Before Bisaccia arrived in Green Bay, he was with the Las Vegas Raiders and was also with them in Oakland from 2018-2021. He was the assistant head coach and special teams coordinator with them before coming to the interim head coach with Las Vegas in 2021 after Jon Gruden was fired.
The Raiders made the playoffs that season with a 10-7 record, and they were the fifth seed in the AFC. They lost to the Cincinnati Bengals that year. Some believe he should not have been with the Green Bay Packers organization and that Rich Bisaccia should have stayed as the Las Vegas Raiders head coach.
Green Bay Packers special teams coach and assistant head coach Rich Bisaccia trends on Twitter on Wednesday Morning
To no surprise, one of the Packers assistant coaches was trending on Twitter after the Raiders fired McDaniels. There are always reactions on social media whenever sports news happens. Here is what some people had to say about the Packers assistant coach on Twitter on Wednesday:
Honestly Raiders never should have fired Rich Bisaccia & Greg Olson. In 2021 they managed to keep the team together though both Jon Gruden AND Henry Ruggs, got team to playoffs, and that should have beaten CINCY in playoffs but got jobbed by the refs.
— Matthew Berry (@MatthewBerryTMR) November 1, 2023
Mark Davis hired McDaniels and Ziegler when the entire locker room wanted to keep Rich Bisaccia.
Davis let them tear down the roster and get rid of the QB, then fired them after 25 games when they didn’t get immediate results.
It always starts at the top.
— Ben Volin (@BenVolin) November 1, 2023
Rich Bisaccia this morning pic.twitter.com/FbvQtYLvp0
— SleeperNFL (@SleeperNFL) November 1, 2023
To no surprise, everyone is siding with the Packers’ assistant coach. Rich Bisaccia would probably be moved to interim head coach for the Green Bay Packers if they ever decided to fire Matt LaFleur during the middle of the season. Bisaccia is 63 years old, and he is probably laughing somewhere about this whole Josh McDaniels saga.