http://www.nfl.com/nflnetwork/story/9934838 Just like the Dolphins have an under-the-radar coaching candidate, so do the Oakland Raiders. The Raiders are eyeing Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, who has the distinction of becoming the youngest offensive coordinator in NFL history. McDaniels was 29 when he accepted the coordinator position Charlie Weis vacated for Notre Dame. Since last season, the Patriots have fed McDaniels a steady diet of expanding offensive responsibilities. But McDaniels might have saved his best work for the divisional round, when he showed the Raiders he could help pick up every Chargers blitz. This made him all the more attractive to Raiders owner Al Davis. Plus there's this: Whereas the Patriots reduced the responsibilities of former defensive coordinator Eric Mangini last season, they have increased McDaniels'. The problem is the Raiders cannot interview McDaniels until the Patriots' season ends, which might not be until Feb. 4.