3. Las Vegas Raiders
The Las Vegas Raiders were in the thick of a nightmare season under Josh McDaniels. Then, the organization appeased the fans (and the players) by firing him. In his place, interim head coach Antonio Pierce has done a great job of grabbing hold of the locker room and has the full support of the players.
Maybe, Pierce sticks around. Regardless, Dorsey would be a good option for the Raiders going forward as their offensive coordinator. The only downside with the Raiders is the fact that Dorsey wouldn't have a stable quarterback situation going forward.
Jimmy Garoppolo is under contract and didn't look great when he was on the field this season. Aidan O'Connell has shown some good things, but the jury is still out on whether he can be developed into a franchise quarterback.
This season, the Raiders have accumulated the second-fewest yards on offense and are the sixth-worst scoring team. Dorsey would definitely make a difference in those categories, and having a guy like Davante Adams and potentially returning Josh Jacobs is a great start.