According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the Raiders are expected to fire offensive coordinator Greg Knapp as well as other members of the offensive staff.
Multiple reports have suggested that head coach Dennis Allen will keep his job, but Knapp's zone-blocking scheme was a bad idea from the start. The Raiders finished 28th in rushing at 89 yards per game while Darren McFadden produced a career-low average of 3.3 YPC. It was the second time in McFadden's career that he struggled with his timing while running in a zone-blocking scheme. He produced the two best seasons of his career in Hue Jackson's traditional attack in 2010-11, averaging 5.3 YPC and 122 scrimmage yards per game. Knapp's firing is music to the ears of McFadden's Dynasty owners. He's under contract for one more season.