Raider Nation Wants Winston Moss

It was an innocent poll question, with somewhat surprising results so far.

Who will be the Raiders next defensive coordinator? That is and was the question.

Among the candidates listed, Winston Moss emerged as the clear front runner.

Winston Moss has more than doubled the number of votes of Darren Perry. Current Defensive Line Coach Mike Waufle is in third.

Few people support the return of Chuck Bresnahan as the defensive coordinator.

So far there are zero votes for Kevin Ross and just one for Keith Butler and Willie Shaw.

Raider Nation wants Winston Moss, but do the Raiders? Does Al Davis? Will Moss be allowed to interview? Does he want to interview? If he interviews would he be interested in the job?

I find little reason to believe the Raiders would wait until after the Super Bowl unless Al Davis at least wanted to talk to a few coaches from the two teams that were playing.

The Raiders were careful to say Bresnahan was just a defensive coach. Not exactly a vote of confidence if he becomes the defensive coordinator by default.

The Raiders may want to keep Waufle and Ross coaching position groups that made leaps and strides in 2010. In that case, Hue Jackson and Al Davis are going to have to really make a strong pitch to whoever it is they want to bring in.

The Raider Nation is hoping and praying it is Winston Moss.

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