Mark Davis isn’t happy.

A former Raiders executive told Outkick’s Jason Cole last week that Davis has grown frustrated with the amount of visiting fans who have flooded Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. Davis was said to be angry when there seemed to be more Chicago Bears and Kansas City Chiefs fans than Raiders fans in attendance when Las Vegas hosted the two teams last season.

“Mark is embarrassed,” the former Raiders executive told Cole. “He was pissed last year when the Chiefs and Bears brought so many fans to town. Now it’s happening every week. He wants it to stop. He wanted Brady before when Jon Gruden finally turned it down and now, he wants [Tom] Brady again. Mark thinks having McDaniels is going to be the key.”

Maybe it was the disappointing play of the season. Or maybe it was that Vegas is a prominent tourist destination, with most people only there from moment to moment.

Bringing in Brady won’t help the issue of a lack of fan support. Instead, winning games will.

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