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Less can be said about the opportunities schemed up for first-round pick Henry Ruggs, or the performance of fellow first-round rookie Damon Arnette though the sample size is limited there.

I think this team could have won a lesser division, but Mark Davis flouted NFL protocol and sold his soul to bring in Jon Gruden in order to challenge the Chiefs.

It is difficult to reconcile the team that beat Kansas City once this year with the version we see on so many other off weeks. I think, and have heard, that he would be a fairly hot commodity elsewhere if he were allowed to hit the market.

Gruden has a history of cycling through veteran quarterbacks without really addressing key philosophical problems with his scheme and roster, so that is always a possibility.

This was the same guy who took a long sniff on Kyler Murray and was, at least moderately, in the Tom Brady sweepstakes at one point. Pro Football Focus made the argument that Carr was a top QB this year and has been on several occasions.

He would be a fascinating, wildly-affordable trade chip for Las Vegas to wield if Gruden was interested in pivoting his rebuild. There is a lot of young talent on this roster, which, maybe you can credit Gruden with, or maybe he made a sound hire in Mike Mayock which seems more likely.

The Weak-Side Podcast now has its own feed! Subscribe to listen to Conor Orr and Jenny Vrentas every week. Las Vegas needs to secure a top-flight defensive coordinator.

And while Rod Marinelli is a fine stand-in, Gruden will be up against a handful of other coaching staffs making similar maneuvers under better circumstances.

After beating the Jets and Titans by large margins in the playoffs , the Raiders made their fifth Super Bowl appearance in Super Bowl XXXVII.

Their opponent was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers , coached by Gruden. The Raiders, who had not made significant changes to Gruden's offensive schemes, were intercepted five times by the Buccaneers en route to a 48—21 blowout.

Some Tampa Bay players claimed that Gruden had given them so much information on Oakland's offense, they knew exactly what plays were being called.

Callahan's second season as head coach was considerably less successful. Oakland finished 4—12, which was their worst showing since After a late-season loss to the Denver Broncos , a visibly frustrated Callahan exclaimed, "We've got to be the dumbest team in America in terms of playing the game.

The team's fortunes did not improve in Turner's first year. Oakland finished the season 5—11, with only one divisional win a one-point victory over the Broncos in Denver.

During a Week 3 victory against the Buccaneers , Rich Gannon suffered a neck injury that ended his season and eventually his career. He never returned to the team and retired before the season.

In an effort to bolster their offense, in early the Raiders acquired Pro Bowl wide receiver Randy Moss via trade with the Minnesota Vikings , and signed free agent running back Lamont Jordan of the New York Jets.

After a 4—12 season and a second consecutive last place finish, Turner was fired as head coach. On February 11, , the team announced the return of Art Shell as head coach.

In announcing the move, Al Davis said that firing Shell in had been a mistake. Despite having one of the best defenses, Oakland's offense struggled greatly, scoring just points fewest in franchise history and allowing a league-high 72 sacks.

Wide receiver Jerry Porter was benched by Shell for most of the season in what many viewed as a personal, rather than football-related, decision.

Shell was fired again at the end of the season. On January 22, , the team announced the hiring of year-old USC offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin , the youngest coach in franchise history and the youngest coach in the NFL.

Russell, arguably the biggest bust in NFL history, held out until September 12 [48] and did not make his first career start until week After a 1—3 start to and months of speculation and rumors, Davis fired Kiffin on September Tom Cable was named as Kiffin's interim replacement, and subsequently signed as the 17th head coach of the Raiders on February 3, The team's finish to the season would turn out to match their best since they lost the Super Bowl in the season.

However, they still finished 5—11 and ended up third in the AFC West, the first time they did not finish last since They would produce an identical record in ; however, the season was somewhat ameliorated by the fact that four of the Raiders' five wins were against opponents with above.

In the Raiders became the first team in NFL history to go undefeated against their division yet miss the playoffs 6—0 in the AFC West, 8—8 overall, 3 games behind the Jets for the second Wild Card entry.

On January 4, , owner Al Davis informed head coach Tom Cable that his contract would not be renewed, ending his tenure with the organization.

Many Raider players, such as punter Shane Lechler, were upset with the decision. On January 17, , it was announced that offensive coordinator Hue Jackson was going to be the next Raiders head coach.

A press conference was held on January 18, , to formally introduce Jackson as the next Raiders head coach, the fifth in just seven years.

Following Davis's death during the season , new owners Carol and Mark Davis decided to take the franchise in a drastically different direction by hiring a general manager.

On New Year's Day of , the Raiders played the San Diego Chargers , hoping to go to the playoffs for the first time since , the game ended with a 38—26 loss.

Their season ended with another disappointing 8—8 record. The Raiders named Green Bay Packers director of football operations Reggie McKenzie as the team's first general manager since Al Davis on January 6, The Raiders began by running a nose tackle when they run a defense.

They lost their home opener on Monday Night Football against San Diego 22—14, and finished the season 4— In the off-season, the Raiders began making major roster moves.

These included the signing of linebackers Kevin Burnett , Nick Roach , and Kaluka Maiava , defensive tackles Pat Sims and Vance Walker , cornerbacks Tracy Porter and Mike Jenkins , defensive end Jason Hunter , and safety Usama Young and the release of wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey , safety Michael Huff , linebacker Rolando McClain and defensive tackle Tommy Kelly.

Shortly before, they had traded a fifth-round pick and an undisclosed conditional pick in exchange for Matt Flynn. In the NFL Draft , the Raiders selected linebacker Khalil Mack in the first round and quarterback Derek Carr in the second round hoping each would anchor their side of the ball.

Carr was given control early as he was chosen as the starter for the opener of the season. After an 0—4 start to the season , and an 8—28 overall record as head coach, Allen was fired.

The Raiders finished the season with a record of 3— Carr started all 16 games for the Raiders, the first Raider since to do so.

First round pick Mack finished third in Defensive Rookie of the Year voting. Jack Del Rio was hired to become the new head coach of the Raiders on January 14, , replacing the fired Dennis Allen who coincidentally had preceded him as the Broncos defensive coordinator and interim head coach Tony Sparano.

The Raiders showed great improvement in Del Rio's first season, improving upon their three-win season, going 7—9 in the season.

Rookie wide receiver Amari Cooper fulfilled almost all expectations and Derek Carr continued his improvement at quarterback.

Cooper, Mack, Murray, and Carr were selected to participate in the Pro Bowl. DE Khalil Mack was the first player ever to be selected as an AP All-Pro Team at two positions in the same year.

The day following the conclusion of the regular season, the Raiders, St. Louis Rams , and San Diego Chargers all filed to relocate to Los Angeles.

The Chargers were given a one-year approval to relocate as well, conditioned on negotiating a lease agreement with the Rams or an agreement to partner with the Rams on the new stadium construction.

The Raiders were given conditional permission to relocate if the Chargers were to decline their option first. The Chargers eventually announced on January 12, , that they would exercise their option to relocate to Los Angeles following the failure of a November ballot initiative to fund a new stadium in San Diego.

By mid-February , the team had worked out a one-year lease agreement with the City of Oakland to play at O. In late January billionaire Sheldon Adelson , president and CEO of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation casino empire, proposed a new domed stadium in Las Vegas to potentially house the University of Nevada, Las Vegas football team and a possible NFL team.

Adelson quickly reached out to the Raiders to discuss the team partnering on the new stadium. A group of investors led by former NFL stars Ronnie Lott and Rodney Peete proposed a new stadium to the city of Oakland in June as a way to keep the Raiders in the city.

On November 28, , the Raiders secured their first winning season since with a comeback win against the Carolina Panthers , and on December 18, the team clinched their first postseason berth since with a victory over the San Diego Chargers.

On December 20, , the NFL announced that the Raiders would have seven Pro Bowl selections: Khalil Mack , Derek Carr , Amari Cooper , Donald Penn , Kelechi Osemele , Rodney Hudson and Reggie Nelson.

This was the most selections for the team since , and the most for any team in the NFL season. As the fifth seed in the AFC in the NFL playoffs , the Raiders faced the Houston Texans in the opening Wild Card round.

With significant injuries hampering the team, including the loss of starting quarterback Carr in the second to last regular season game, they lost to the Texans 27— The Raiders filed paperwork with the NFL on January 19, , to relocate the club from Oakland to Las Vegas , Nevada by the season.

Subsequently, the team announced that it would continue to be known as the Oakland Raiders for the and NFL seasons and play its games in Oakland for at least those two seasons.

After winning the first two games of the season, the Raiders lost four straight and six of their next eight leaving them two games below.

They would win their next two games, but lose their final four games, ending the season a disappointing 6— On December 31, , following a loss to the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 17, head coach Del Rio was fired by Mark Davis after being granted a four-year contract extension prior to the season.

On January 6, , the team announced the return of Jon Gruden as head coach. During the season the Raiders fired general manager Reggie McKenzie , replacing him with NFL Network 's draft expert Mike Mayock for the season.

The Raiders finished 4—12 and in last place in the AFC West for the first time since The next year, in what would be the last season of the team's second tenure in Oakland, the team posted a three-game turnaround with a 7—9 record.

On January 22, , it was announced that the Raiders had relocated to Las Vegas. The Raiders finished the season with a 13—1—0 record and won the AFL Championship.

They subsequently lost to the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl II. The Raiders have won a total of 3 Super Bowl championships.

They won their first Super Bowl under John Madden , and their next two with Tom Flores. When the team was founded in , the Oakland Tribune held a name-the-team contest.

The new owners had their newly minted Raiders logo, a pirate wearing a football helmet with an eye patch on a gold football background with two white swords in black trim with gold handles crossed behind the football.

The original Raiders uniforms were black and gold with Gothic numerals , while the helmets were black with a white stripe and no logo.

The team wore this design from to In a very rare move, the jerseys displayed the player's full name on the back, before being pared down to only the surname in When Al Davis became head coach and general manager in , he changed the team's color scheme to silver and black, and added a logo to the helmet.

This logo is a shield that consists of the word "RAIDERS" at the top, two crossed cutlasses with handles up and cutting edge down, and superimposed head of a Raider wearing a football helmet and a black eye patch covering his right eye.

Over the years, it has undergone minor color modifications such as changing the background from silver to black in , but it has essentially remained the same.

The Raiders' current silver and black uniform design has essentially remained the same since it debuted in The black jerseys have silver lettering names and numbers, while the white jerseys have black lettering names and numbers with silver outlining the numbers only.

Originally, the white jerseys had black letters for the names and silver numbers with a thick black outline, but they were changed to black with a silver outline for the season.

In , the team used silver numerals with black outline and black lettering names for the season. However, in , the team again displayed black numerals and have stayed that way ever since with the exception of the season as part of the NFL's 75th Anniversary where they donned the helmets with the silver away numbers and black lettering names.

The Raiders wore their white jerseys at home for the first time in their history on September 28, against the San Diego Chargers.

The decision was made by Lane Kiffin, who was coaching his final game for the Raiders, and was purportedly due to intense heat. For the season, the Raiders took part in the AFL Legacy Program and wore s throwback jerseys for games against other teams from the former AFL.

In the and seasons, the team wore black cleats as a tribute to Al Davis. However, the team reverted to white cleats in In the season, the Raiders brought back their classic white jerseys with silver numerals as part of the NFL Color Rush initiative.

Starting in , the Raiders retired the white pants but kept the throwback white jerseys, wearing them along with silver pants and black socks in a style reminiscent of the road set.

No changes to uniforms or logos were made during the team's move to Las Vegas, aside from changing "OAKLAND" to "LAS VEGAS" on various wordmark logos.

After splitting the first home season between Kezar Stadium and Candlestick , the Raiders moved exclusively to Candlestick Park in , where total attendance for the season was about 50,, and finished 2— Valley threatened to move the Raiders out of the area unless a stadium was built in Oakland, so in the Raiders moved into 18,seat Frank Youell Field later expanded to 22, seats , their first home in Oakland.

The Raiders shared the Coliseum with the Oakland Athletics once the A's moved to Oakland from Kansas City in , except for the years the Raiders called Los Angeles home — The Raiders defeated and lost to all 31 other NFL teams at the Coliseum at least once.

The Raiders did play one regular season game at California Memorial Stadium in Berkeley. On September 23, they played the Miami Dolphins in Berkeley due to a scheduling conflict with the Athletics.

The team defeated the Dolphins 12—7, ending Miami's winning streak. During the Los Angeles years, the Raiders played in the 93,seat Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

From the assumption of the team by Mark Davis in , the Raiders had been subject to rampant relocation speculation as the team attempted to find a new stadium in Oakland or elsewhere, due to the age of Oakland Alameda Coliseum , being secondary tenants to Major League Baseball 's Athletics , and the expiration of the team's lease at the end of After looking into a variety of options in the Bay Area, Los Angeles and elsewhere the team ultimately relocated to the Las Vegas area in where Allegiant Stadium was finishing construction.

The Raiders share the 65, seat stadium with the UNLV Rebels football program. Al Davis coined slogans such as "Pride and Poise", "Commitment to Excellence", and "Just Win, Baby"—all of which are registered trademarks of the team.

The nickname Raider Nation refers to the die hard fans of the team spread throughout the United States and the world. The Raider Nation is also known for the Black Hole, originally a specific area of the Coliseum sections — frequented by the team's rowdiest and most fervent fans from until Al Davis created the phrase Raider Nation in In September Ice Cube recorded a song for the Raiders named "Raider Nation".

A and the effect of the Raiders' image on their persona. It was released on September 14, The Las Vegas Raiderettes are the cheerleading squad for the Las Vegas Raiders.

They were established in as the Oakland Raiderettes. During the team's time in Los Angeles they were the Los Angeles Raiderettes.

They have been billed as "Football's Fabulous Females". Raider games are broadcast in English on 36 radio stations across the western United States, including flagship stations KOMP Games are broadcast on radio stations in Nevada , California , Oregon , Colorado , Hawaii , and Arkansas.

Former CBS Sports , ABC Sports and ESPN sportscaster Brent Musburger is the play-by-play announcer, [] [] along with former Raiders tackle Lincoln Kennedy doing commentary.

George Atkinson and Jim Plunkett offer pre- and post-game commentary. Compass Media Networks is responsible for producing and distributing Raiders radio broadcasts.

Raider games are broadcast in Spanish on 8 radio stations across Nevada and California, including flagship Spanish language station KENO Deportes Vegas in Las Vegas.

Cristian Echeverria is the Spanish-language play-by-play announcer with Harry Ruiz doing commentary. Bill King was the voice of the Raiders from to , during which time he called approximately games.

The Raiders awarded him rings for all three of their Super Bowl victories. It is King's radio audio heard on most of the NFL Films highlight footage of the Raiders.

King's call of the Holy Roller has been labeled by Chris Berman , among others as one of the five best in NFL history. King died in October from complications after surgery.

Former San Francisco 49ers tight end Monty Stickles and Scotty Stirling , an Oakland Tribune sportswriter, served as color commentators with King.

The Raider games were called on radio from to by Bud Wilson Keene Foster and Mel Venter, and from to by Bob Blum and Dan Galvin. Until their dismissal prior to the season, Greg Papa was the voice of the Raiders with former Raiders quarterback and coach Tom Flores doing commentary from to In June , it was announced that Beasley Media Group signed a two-year deal as the Las Vegas flagship radio partner of the Raiders.

Beasley's stations KCYE The Raiders' games are broadcast in Las Vegas on CBS affiliate KLAS-TV channel 8 and in the Bay Area on CBS owned-and-operated station KPIX-TV channel 5 when playing an AFC opponent and on Las Vegas Fox affiliate KVVU-TV channel 5 and in the Bay Area on Fox owned-and-operated station KTVU channel 2 when hosting an NFC opponent , unless there is an NFL blackout locally.

Sunday night games are on Las Vegas NBC affiliate KSNV channel 3 and in the Bay Area on NBC owned-and-operated station KNTV channel In , Thursday games moved to KTVU and KVVU-TV in Oakland and Las Vegas, respectively, formerly airing on either NBC or CBS prior to All Thursday games air on NFL Network otherwise.

Traditionally, Monday night games airing on ESPN would air ABC affiliates KTNV-TV channel 13 in Las Vegas and KGO-TV channel 7 in Oakland.

During the team's two tenures in Oakland, the Raiders were a beneficiary of league scheduling policies. Both the Raiders and the San Francisco 49ers shared the San Francisco Bay Area market, on the West Coast of the United States.

Pacific time slot. In addition, they could not play interconference home games at the same time or network as the 49ers.

As a result, both teams generally had more limited scheduling options and also benefited by receiving more prime time games than usual. Starting shortly after the announcement of the Raider franchise relocation to Las Vegas, KVVU-TV, the local Fox affiliate in Las Vegas began carrying all Raiders preseason games and special content.

The Raiders have rivalries with the other three teams in the AFC West Denver Broncos , Kansas City Chiefs , and Los Angeles Chargers and a geographic rivalry with the San Francisco 49ers.

They also have rivalries with other teams that arose from playoff battles in the past, most notably with the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New England Patriots.

The Chiefs are one of the Raiders' most iconic and longstanding divisional foes, with the rivalry dating back to earliest days of the AFL.

Oakland lost the AFL Championship against Kansas City, who went on to beat the Minnesota Vikings and win the Super Bowl.

From to , the Raiders have lost 17 out of 20 regular season meetings between the Chiefs, including a 10—game losing streak at Kansas City; the Raiders also lost to the Chiefs 10—6 in the Wild Card round on December 28, On September 8, , the Chiefs also began to lead the overall series against the Raiders for the first time since November 23, On January 1, , the last game of the NFL regular season, the Raiders defeated the Chiefs for the first time in Kansas City since in overtime on a yard field goal kick made by Joe Nedney.

The Chiefs lead the overall series 64—53—2 , and are the only team in the AFC West that the Raiders have a losing record against.

Oakland currently has defeated Kansas City just twice since the NFL season. Until October 19, - when they defeated the Chiefs, 31—30 on a game-tying touchdown on the last play of the game, leading to a game winning PAT - the Raiders had lost five straight to the Chiefs, their previous win against them being in the season.

The Raiders' rivalry with the Broncos , is considered to be one of the most heated and well known rivalries in NFL history.

The Raiders managed a game winning streak against the Broncos from to , which lasted until October 22, , when the Broncos defeated the Raiders 30— While the Raiders still hold the advantage in the all-time series 63—53—2 , the Broncos amassed 21 wins in 28 games, from the season and the arrival of Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan , through the season.

Shanahan coached the Raiders before being fired just four games into the season, which has only served to intensify this rivalry. On October 24, , the Raiders beat the Broncos 59—14 , giving the Raiders the most points scored in a game in the team's history.

On December 13, , the Raiders pulled a huge upset on the Broncos 15—12 by a spectacular performance from their defense allowing 4 field goals.

Linebacker Khalil Mack who recorded 5 sacks in that game against Denver which is tied the most sacks in franchise along with Howie Long.

The Broncos reached their first ever Super Bowl when they defeated the Raiders 20—17 in the AFC Championship Game.

The two teams have faced off on Monday Night Football a total of 19 times, making it the most frequent Monday Night matchup in NFL history.

The Los Angeles Chargers ' rivalry with Oakland dates to the season, when the Raiders defeated the heavily favored Chargers twice, both come-from-behind fourth quarter victories.

The Raiders held a streak without losing to the Chargers with a 16—0—2 record from to One of the most memorable games between these teams was the "Holy Roller" game in , in which the Raiders fumbled for a touchdown in a very controversial play.

In January the Chargers hosted their first AFC title against the Raiders. The Raiders were victorious over the Chargers of a score 34— The Raiders ended up moving on to play in Super Bowl 15 defeating the Eagles 27— On November 22, , the Raiders hosted their first Monday Night football game in Los Angeles against the San Diego Chargers.

The Chargers led the game in the 1st half 24—0 until the Raiders came into the 2nd half and made a huge comeback and defeated the San Diego Chargers 28— On October 10, , the Raiders ended their game losing streak to the San Diego Chargers with a score of 35— The Raiders hold the overall series advantage at 63—54—2.

The Pittsburgh Steelers ' rivalry with the Raiders has historically been very tight; as of the season the Raiders lead the regular season series 13 wins to 10, and their playoff rivalry is tied 3—3.

The rivalry was extremely intense during the s, and considered by many to be one of most vicious and brutal in the history of Professional football.

From to the teams would meet in the playoffs five consecutive times, including three consecutive AFC Championship games. Considered to be one of the most famous plays in NFL history, the " Immaculate Reception ", as it was dubbed, saw the Steelers beat the Raiders on a controversial last second play.

During the AFC Championship game, Raiders strong safety George Atkinson delivered a hit on Pittsburgh wide receiver Lynn Swann , which left him concussed.

When the two teams met in the season opener, Atkinson again hit Swann, this time with a forearm to the head, causing yet another concussion.

After the second incident, Steelers head coach Chuck Noll referred to Atkinson as part of the "criminal element" in the NFL.

The four most recent contests between the Raiders and Steelers harkened back to the rivalry's history of bitterness and close competition.

On December 6, , the 3—8 Raiders helped spoil the defending champions ' quest for the playoffs as the game lead changed five times in the fourth quarter and a Louis Murphy touchdown with 11 seconds to go won it 27—24 for the Raiders.

Oakland was then beaten 35—3 by Pittsburgh on November 21, ; this game brought out the roughness of the rivalry's s history when Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was punched by Raiders defensive end Richard Seymour following a touchdown.

On November 8, , the Steelers outplayed the Raiders for a 38—35 victory. During the game, the Raiders defense allowed wide receiver Antonio Brown to catch 17 passes for yards.

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