Worst: Las Vegas Raiders
As much as Chicago fans feel their franchise is dysfunctional, the Las Vegas Raiders might be more of a mess than anyone - from ownership down to play on the field. After an abysmal run with Josh McDaniels as their head coach (which everyone outside of the Raiders organization saw coming), they turn to Antonio Pierce to right the ship.
But there is still so much to fix with this organization. The defense started to find their way towards the end of the season, but the offense was non-existent for most of the campaign. One of the biggest messes is the quarterback room. Last season, we saw starts from Jimmy Garoppolo, Brian Hoyer, and Aidan O'Connell. None of the three, from what we saw, should be considered as a long-term solution.
While Fields would vastly improve the rating of the offense and would now provide a cheap veteran option this franchise desperately needs, you'd have to believe he would be a placeholder for a franchise who has a lot to build and develop before competing again. It would not be the best move for Field's career, but the Raiders do have draft capital available to make the move to obtain him.