Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Mack Hollins stopped by the Stacking The Box Podcast to talk about the Special Olympics and why Raiders fans shouldn’t lose hope.
Mack Hollins isn’t giving up on his Las Vegas Raiders, and believes the fans shouldn’t either.
Recently, Hollins sat down with FanSided National NFL reporter Matt Verderame of the Stacking The Box Podcast to talk about his Raiders and their 1-4 start, while highlighting reasons to remain optimistic.
Hollins, who already has posted a career-high in receiving yards with 279, pointed to a talented roster and the addition of Davante Adams as a few reasons why Las Vegas should be able to turn its season around after the bye week.
“I would just say, don’t quit on us just yet,” Hollins said. “It’s easy to say we should have won those games, but we should have won those games, but we didn’t at the end of the day. Were lost those games We didn’t come into the season and say ‘I can’t wait to be 1-4 going into the bye.’
“But I know the team we have, I know the coaching staff we have, I know the building we have, and I know that guys, especially this week, are going to take it very seriously to self scout. This is the week to self scout and you find out about yourself and you find out about your mistakes. What you did well, what you did wrong all throughout the season. You come back refreshed, body feeling good, ready to attack the season. If Raiders fans were in front of me right now, I’d say it’s about time to just win baby.”
This month is National Disability Employment Awareness Month and Special Olympics is challenging people and employers to be more inclusive in their hiring practices. Special Olympics is a global movement that uses sports to create a world where everyone is accepted, regardless of ability.