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On July 25, , Davis returned as part-owner of the team. Under Rauch, the Raiders matched their season's 8—5—1 record in but missed the playoffs, finishing second in the AFL West Division.
On the field, the team Davis had assembled steadily improved. Led by quarterback Daryle Lamonica , acquired in a trade with the Buffalo Bills , the Raiders finished the season with a 13—1 record and won the AFL Championship , defeating the Houston Oilers 40—7.
The win earned the team a trip to the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida to participate in Super Bowl II. On January 14, , the Raiders were defeated in the second-ever Super Bowl, losing 33—14 to Vince Lombardi 's Green Bay Packers.
The following year, the Raiders ended the season with a 12—2 record and again winning the AFL West Division title. However, this time, they lost 27—23 by the New York Jets in the AFL Championship Game.
Citing management conflicts with day-to-day coaching decisions, Rauch resigned as Raiders head coach on January 16, , accepting the head coaching job of the Buffalo Bills.
During the early s, John Madden was a defensive assistant coach at San Diego State University under SDSU head coach Don Coryell.
Madden credited Coryell as being an influence on his coaching. In , Madden was hired by Al Davis as the Raiders linebacker coach. On February 4, , after the departure of John Rauch, Madden was named the Raiders sixth head coach.
Under Madden, the Raiders won the AFL West Division title for the third consecutive year with a 12—1—1 record.
On December 20, , the Raiders defeated the Oilers 56—7 in the AFL Division playoff game. In the AFL Championship game on January 4, , the Raiders were defeated by Hank Stram 's Kansas City Chiefs 17—7.
In , the AFL—NFL merger was completed after four years and the Raiders joined the Western Division of the American Football Conference actually the AFL West with the same teams as in , except for the Cincinnati Bengals in the newly merged NFL.
The first post-merger season saw the Raiders win the AFC West with an 8—4—2 record and advance to the conference championship , where they lost to the Baltimore Colts.
Despite another 8—4—2 season in , it was only good for second place in the AFC West, and the team failed to make the playoffs. When backup offensive lineman Ron Mix played, the Raiders had an eventual all-Pro Football Hall of Fame offensive line with tackle Art Shell , guard Gene Upshaw , center Jim Otto, and tackle Bob Brown.
The teams of the s were thoroughly dominant teams, with eight Hall of Fame inductees on the roster and a Hall of Fame coach in John Madden.
The s Raiders created the team's identity and persona as a team that was hard-hitting. Dominant on defense, with the crushing hits of safeties Jack Tatum and George Atkinson and cornerback Skip Thomas , the Raiders regularly held first place in the AFC West, entering the playoffs nearly every season.
From through , the Raiders reached the conference championship every year. This was also the era of a bitter rivalry between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Raiders.
In the s, the Steelers and Raiders were frequently the two best teams in the AFC and, arguably, the NFL.
The teams would meet on five occasions in the playoffs, and the winner of the Steelers-Raiders game went on to win the Super Bowl in three of those instances, from to The rivalry garnered attention in the sports media, with controversial plays, late hits, accusations and public statements.
The rivalry began with and was fueled by a controversial last-second play in their first playoff game in That season the Raiders achieved a 10—3—1 record and an AFC West title.
In the divisional round, the Raiders would lose to the Steelers 13—7 on the controversial play that become known as the " Immaculate Reception ".
The Raiders and Steelers would meet again the following season as the Raiders won the AFC West again with a 9—4—1 record.
Lamonica was replaced as starting quarterback early in the season by Ken Stabler. The Raiders defeated Pittsburgh 33—14 in the divisional round of the playoffs to reach the AFC Championship, but lost 27—10 to the Miami Dolphins.
In Oakland had a 12—2 regular season, which included a nine-game winning streak. They beat the Dolphins 28—26 in the divisional round of the playoffs in a see-saw battle remembered as the "Sea of Hands" game.
The Raiders were held to only 29 yards rushing by the Pittsburgh defense, and late mistakes turned a 10—3 lead at the start of the fourth quarter into a disappointing 24—13 loss.
In the season opener, the Raiders beat Miami and ended their game home winning streak. With an 11—3 record, they defeated Cincinnati 31—28 in the divisional playoff round.
Again, the Raiders faced the Steelers in the conference championship, eager for revenge. According to Madden and Davis, the Raiders relied on quick movement by their wide receivers on the outside sidelines — the deep threat, or 'long ball' — more so than the Steelers of that year, whose offense was far more run-oriented than it would become later in the s.
Forced to adapt to the frozen field of Three Rivers Stadium, with receivers slipping and unable to make quick moves to beat coverage, the Raiders lost, 16— The rivalry had now grown to hatred, and became the stereotype of the 'grudge match.
In , the Raiders came from behind dramatically to beat Pittsburgh 31—28 in the season opener and continued to cement its reputation for dirty play by knocking WR Lynn Swann out for two weeks with a clothesline to the helmet.
Al Davis later tried to sue Steelers coach Chuck Noll for libel after the latter called safety George Atkinson a criminal for the hit.
The Raiders won 13 regular season games and a close controversial 21—17 victory over New England in the divisional playoffs.
With the Patriots up by three points in final two minutes, referee Ben Dreith called roughing the passer on New England's Ray "Sugar Bear" Hamilton after he hit Oakland QB Ken Stabler.
The Raiders went on to score a touchdown in the final minute to win. They then defeated the Steelers 24—7 in the AFC Championship to advance to their second Super Bowl.
In Super Bowl XI , Oakland's opponent was the Minnesota Vikings , a team that had lost three previous Super Bowls. The Raiders jumped out to an early lead and led 16—0 at halftime.
By the end, having forced Minnesota into multiple turnovers, the Raiders won 32—14 for their first Super Bowl and post-merger championship. The following season saw the Raiders finish 11—3, but they lost the division title to the Denver Broncos.
They settled for a wild card, beating the Colts in the second-longest overtime game in NFL history and which featured the Ghost to the Post.
During a preseason game, Patriots WR Darryl Stingley was injured by a hit from Raiders FS Jack Tatum and paralyzed for life.
Although the Raiders achieved a winning record at 9—7, they missed the playoffs for the first time since , losing critical games down the stretch to miss the playoffs.
After 10 consecutive winning seasons and one Super Bowl championship, John Madden left coaching in to pursue a career as a television football commentator.
His replacement was former Raiders quarterback Tom Flores , the first Hispanic head coach in NFL history. In the midst of the turmoil of Al Davis' attempts to move the team to Los Angeles in , Flores looked to lead the Raiders to their third Super Bowl by finishing the season 11—5 and earning a wild card berth.
Quarterback Jim Plunkett revitalized his career, taking over in game five when starter Dan Pastorini was lost for the season to a broken leg after owner Al Davis had picked up Pastorini when he swapped quarterbacks with the Houston Oilers , sending the beloved Ken Stabler to the Oilers.
The Raiders defeated Stabler and the Oilers in the Wild Card game and advanced to the AFC Championship by defeating the Cleveland Browns 14— The Raiders slipped by the AFC West champion San Diego Chargers to advance to their third Super Bowl.
In Super Bowl XV , the Raiders faced head coach Dick Vermeil 's Philadelphia Eagles. The Raiders dominated the Eagles, taking an early 14—0 lead in the first quarter behind two touchdown passes by Plunkett, including a then-Super Bowl record yard pass and catch to running back Kenny King.
A Cliff Branch third quarter touchdown reception put the Raiders up 21—3 in the third quarter. They would go on to win 27—10, winning their second Super Bowl and becoming the first team to ever win the Super Bowl after getting into the playoffs as the wild card team.
In Al Davis attempted unsuccessfully to have improvements made to the Oakland—Alameda County Coliseum , specifically the addition of luxury boxes.
That year, he signed a memorandum of agreement to move the Raiders from Oakland to Los Angeles. The move, which required three-fourths approval by league owners, was defeated 22—0 with five owners abstaining.
When Davis tried to move the team anyway, he was blocked by an injunction. In response, the Raiders not only became an active partner in an antitrust lawsuit filed by the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum who had recently lost the Los Angeles Rams to Anaheim , but filed an antitrust lawsuit of their own.
The Raiders' final campaign of their first run in Oakland of saw the team fall to a 7—9 record, failing to make the playoffs following their Super Bowl win.
The newly minted Los Angeles Raiders finished the strike-shortened season 8—1 to win the AFC West, but lost in the second round of the playoffs to the Jets.
The following season , the Raiders finished 12—4 to win the AFC West. Convincing playoff wins over the Steelers and Seattle Seahawks in the AFC playoffs propelled the Raiders to their fourth Super Bowl.
Against the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl XVIII , the Raiders built a lead after blocking a punt and recovering for a touchdown early in the game.
A Branch touchdown reception from Plunkett put the Raiders up 14—0 with more than nine minutes remaining in the first quarter. With seven seconds remaining in the first half, linebacker Jack Squirek intercepted a Joe Theismann swing pass at the Washington five-yard line and scored, sending the Raiders to a 21—3 halftime lead.
Following a John Riggins one-yard touchdown run extra point was blocked , Marcus Allen scored from five yards out to build the lead to 28—9. The Raiders sealed the game with Allen reversed his route on a Super Bowl record run that turned into a yard touchdown.
The Raiders went on to a 38—9 victory and their third NFL championship. Allen set a record for most rushing yards and combined yards in a Super Bowl as the Raiders won their third Super Bowl in eight years.
The team had another successful regular season in , finishing 11—5, but a three-game losing streak forced them to enter the playoffs as a wild-card, where they fell to the Seahawks in the Wild Card game.
The Raiders campaign saw 12 wins and a division title as Marcus Allen was named MVP. However, a loss to the Patriots derailed any further postseason hopes.
The Raiders' fortunes declined after that, and from to , they finished no better than 8—8 and posted consecutive losing seasons for the first time since — Also in , Al Davis got into a widely publicized argument with Marcus Allen, whom he accused of faking injuries.
The feud continued into , and Davis retaliated by signing Bo Jackson to essentially replace Allen. However, Jackson was also a left fielder for Major League Baseball 's Kansas City Royals , and could not play full-time until baseball season ended in October.
Even worse, another strike cost the NFL one game and prompted them to use substitute players. The Raiders achieved a 1—2 record before the regular players returned after the strike.
After a weak 5—10 finish, Tom Flores moved to the front office and was replaced by Denver Broncos offensive assistant coach Mike Shanahan.
Shanahan led the team to a 7—9 season in , and Allen and Jackson continued to trade places as the starting running back. Low game attendance and fan apathy were evident by this point, and in the summer of , rumors of a Raiders return to Oakland intensified when a preseason game against the Houston Oilers was scheduled at Oakland—Alameda County Coliseum.
As early as , Davis sought to abandon the Coliseum in favor of a more modern stadium. In addition to sharing the venue with the USC Trojans , the Raiders were less than ecstatic with the Coliseum as it was aging and still lacked the luxury suites and other amenities that Davis was promised when he moved the Raiders to Los Angeles.
Numerous sites in California were considered, including one near now-defunct Hollywood Park in Inglewood , where SoFi Stadium for the Rams and Chargers now stands, and another in Carson.
Negotiations between Davis and Oakland commenced in January , and on March 11, , Davis announced his intention to bring the Raiders back to Oakland.
On September 11, Davis announced a new deal to stay in Los Angeles, leading many fans in Oakland to burn Raiders paraphernalia in disgust.
After starting the season with a 1—3 record, Shanahan was fired by Davis, which began a long-standing feud between the two.
With the hiring, Shell became the first African American head coach in the modern NFL era, but the team still finished a middling 8—8.
In Shell led the Raiders to a 12—4 record. Behind Bo Jackson's spectacular play, they beat the Cincinnati Bengals in the divisional round of the playoffs.
However, Jackson suffered a severe hip and leg injury after a tackle during the game. Without him, the Raiders were blown out 51—3 in the AFC Championship by the Buffalo Bills.
Jackson was forced to quit football as a result of the injury, although surgery allowed him to continue playing baseball until he retired in The Raiders finished with a 9—7 record in , but struggled looking for a reliable quarterback and lost to the Kansas City Chiefs in the Wild Card game.
The struggle for a quarterback continued in as the Raiders started two different quarterbacks and stumbled to a 7—9 record, two other playoff appearances during the s, and finished higher than third place only three times.
The Raiders rebounded well in with Jeff Hostetler as the everyday quarterback, finishing in second place in the AFC West with a 10—6 record.
A win over the Broncos in the wild card game mean a rematch against the Bills for the right to go to the AFC Championship game. The Raiders, led by two Napoleon McCallum rushing touchdowns took a halftime lead, but could only manage six points in the second half losing to the Bills again 29— However, following a 9—7 record in the season that resulted in the team missing the playoffs, Art Shell was fired.
On June 23, , Davis signed a letter of intent to move the Raiders back to Oakland. The move was approved by the Alameda County Board of Supervisors the next month.
These included a new seating section — commonly known as " Mount Davis " — with 10, seats. It also built the team a training facility and paid all its moving costs.
The move was greeted with much fanfare,  and under new head coach Mike White the season began well for the Raiders. Oakland started 8—2, but injuries to starting quarterback Jeff Hostetler contributed to a six-game losing streak for an 8—8 finish and the Raiders failed to qualify for the playoffs for a second consecutive season.
After two more losing seasons 7—9 in and 4—12 in under White and his successor, Joe Bugel , Davis selected a new head coach from outside the Raiders organization for only the second time when he hired Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Jon Gruden.
Gruden previously worked for the 49ers and Green Bay Packers under head coach Mike Holmgren. Under Gruden, the Raiders posted consecutive 8—8 seasons in and Oakland finished 12—4 in the season , the team's most successful in a decade.
Led by veteran quarterback Rich Gannon MVP , Oakland won their first division title since , and advanced to the AFC Championship, where Gannon was hurt when sacked by Baltimore Ravens ' lineman Tony Siragusa.
The Raider offense struggled without Gannon, and the Raiders fell 16—3 to the eventual Super Bowl champion Ravens. The Raiders acquired all-time leading receiver Jerry Rice prior to the season.
They started 10—3 but lost their last three games and finished with a 10—6 record and a wild card playoff spot. They defeated the New York Jets 38—24 in the wild card round to advance to face the New England Patriots.
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Johnathan Abram , S 86 Sacks 0. Maxx Crosby , DE 7 TacklesThe Oakland Raiders relocation to Las Vegas saw the Oakland Raiders, an American football club in the National Football League (NFL), move from their longtime home of Oakland, California, to the Las Vegas, Nevada metropolitan area. The Las Vegas Raiders take on the Denver Broncos on the road in Week 17 of the NFL season, and here are three reasons they win. The Las Vegas Raiders will enter Week 17 of the NFL season. Las Vegas/Oakland/LA Raiders Franchise Encyclopedia. Seasons: 61 ( to ) Record (W-L-T): Playoff Record: Super Bowls Won: 3 (5 Appearances) Championships Won *: 3 All-time Passing Leader: Derek Carr 2,/3,, 26, yds, TD All-time Rushing Leader: Marcus Allen 2, att, 8, yds, 79 TD. The Las Vegas Raiders are supporting Special Olympics athletes from Nevada and California as they participate in "Virtual Fall Sports & Fitness," a seven-week training program similar to their in. The Raiders filed paperwork with the NFL on January 19, , to relocate the club from Oakland to Las Vegas, Nevada by the season. The vote for the team's relocation took place on March 27, , and the NFL approved the Raiders' relocation to Las Vegas by a 31–1 vote. Only the Miami Dolphins dissented the proposed move. Subsequently, the team announced that it would continue to be known as the Oakland Raiders for the 20NFL seasons and play its games in Oakland for at. 67 rows · Las Vegas/Oakland/LA Raiders Franchise Encyclopedia. Seasons: 61 ( to ) . 25 rows · Visit ESPN to view the Las Vegas Raiders team schedule for the current and previous . The Raiders filed paperwork with the NFL on January 19, , to relocate the club from Oakland to Las Vegas, Nevada by the season. The vote for the team's relocation took place on March 27, ,  and the NFL approved the Raiders' relocation to Las Vegas by a 31–1 vote. Fight song: "The Autumn Wind".