Flat feet may have closed the door on officer training, but they opened the door for a football life. The rest, of course, is history.
Crennel begins his 31st NFL season in 2012, but his military upbringing continues to influence his coaching philosophies.
“He understands loyalty, family, loyalty to his job and loyalty to his employer,” Pioli said. “As I watched him work under Bill Parcells, Bill Belichick and Todd Haley, he’s a guy that did a great job at his job but was always extremely loyal.”
Much like his father, Mark Davis is also showing his nature. Apparently the apple truly doesn’t fall far from the tree.
Since the sudden passing of Al Davis his son has remained largely silent, happy to see his father’s final offering play itself out on the football field.
Then the season ended and instantly Mark Davis has almost out Davis’d his dad.
If Coach Jackson can get his team to finish off one more game then this team would have been hosting the Steelers last weekend while the Tebows would have been contemplating change. Instead it is Raider Nation that will once again be getting acquainted with yet another new coach. If you’re keeping score this will be three in three years…and counting.