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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.
Both are Steelers team records and the yards is the 7th most yards receiving in a game in NFL history.
However, in , the Raiders upset the Steelers again, scoring a late touchdown to take a 24—21 fourth-quarter lead and getting the last laugh when Steelers kicker Chris Boswell slipped and missed a game-tying field goal.
This game, which was the teams' final matchup in Oakland, contributed to the Steelers' late-season collapse and missing the playoffs that year.
The rivalry between the Raiders and New England Patriots dates to their time in the AFL, but was intensified during a preseason game, when Patriots wide receiver Darryl Stingley was permanently paralyzed after a vicious hit delivered by Raiders free safety Jack Tatum.
Before that, New England also lost a playoff game in to the Raiders; the game is unofficially known as "The Ben Dreith Game" due to a controversial penalty by head referee Dreith.
While based in Los Angeles, the team hosted New England in the divisional round of the playoffs in The game was won by New England and marred by a chaotic rumble between the teams in the end zone as players were leaving the field after the game.
The brawl was especially notable for Matt Millen attacking Patriots GM Patrick Sullivan with his helmet. The two teams met in a divisional-round playoff game in , which became known as the " Tuck Rule Game ".
Late in the game, an incomplete pass, ruled a fumble, by Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was overturned, and New England went on to win in overtime and eventually won the Super Bowl against the heavily favored St.
Louis Rams , the Raiders' former crosstown rivals in Los Angeles. The first contest being the following year during the season in Oakland, with the Raiders winning 27—20; they met in the season opener in New England with the Patriots ruining Randy Moss ' debut as a Raider 30—20; the Patriots defeated the Raiders 49—26 in December in Bill Belichick 's th regular season win as Patriots coach; a Patriots 31—19 win during the season ; a scrappy 16—9 Patriots win in the third week of the season , and the Patriots' 33—8 win in Mexico City in The New York Jets began a strong rivalry with the Raiders in the AFL during the s that continued through much of the s, fueled in part by Raider Ike Lassiter breaking star quarterback Joe Namath 's jaw during a game though Ben Davidson was wrongly blamed ,  the famous Heidi Game during the season, and the Raiders' bitter loss to the Jets in the AFL Championship later that season.
The rivalry waned in later years, but saw a minor resurgence in the —02 period. In the season the Raiders defeated the Jets 26—20 in December, then defeated them again in the AFC Divisional Playoffs, 30— The Raiders lost the 37—27 on December 8, , but won the most recent matchup 20—34 on November 1, Rivalries that have waned in recent [ when?
The Raiders faced the Dolphins twice in the early s; the Dolphins defeated the Raiders in the AFC Championship Game 27—10 on their way to Super Bowl VIII.
The next year in the divisional playoffs the Raiders trailed Miami 26—21; in the final minute the Raiders drove to the Miami eight-yard line; a desperation pass by Ken Stabler was caught in traffic by Clarence Davis in the play known as the "Sea of Hands.
The Raiders faced the Houston Oilers throughout the AFL era and twice in AFL playoffs in the late s, winning 40—7 in on their way to Super Bowl II and 56—7 in the divisional playoffs.
Oakland defeated the Oilers in the Wild Card playoffs 27—7 and defeated the Titans in the AFC Championship Game 41— The San Francisco 49ers , located on the other side of San Francisco Bay , were the Raiders' geographic rivals during the Raiders' time in Oakland.
The first exhibition game, played in , ended with the 49ers defeating the AFL Raiders 13— After the merger, the 49ers won in Oakland 38—7. As a result, games between the two are referred to as the "Battle of the Bay.
Fans and players of the winning team could claim "bragging rights" as the better team in the area. On August 20, , in the third week of the preseason, the preseason game between the rivals was marked by fights in restrooms and stands at Candlestick Park , including a shooting outside the stadium in which several were injured.
The NFL has decided to cancel all future preseason games between the Raiders and 49ers. The series ended on November 1, , during a Thursday Night Football broadcast at Levi's Stadium, marking the last time both teams would meet before the Raiders moved to their new home in Las Vegas.
The 49ers won the game 34—3 to tie their regular season series at 7. As mentioned earlier, the Raiders and Los Angeles Rams had a rivalry during the 13 years both teams shared the Los Angeles market.
The teams met six times in the regular season in this period; the Raiders won the first meeting of this era, 37—31, on December 18, The Raiders won four of their six games against the Rams while the teams shares the Los Angeles market.
Max Winter, a Minneapolis businessman was among the eight proposed franchise owners in the American Football League. In a move typical of the NFL owners who were frightened by the prospect of competition and continually obstructed the new league, they offered Winter an expansion franchise in the NFL.
This was after the NFL had rejected Lamar Hunt's feelers, saying they were not interested in expansion.
One of many obfuscations put forward by the NFL in its attempt to derail the AFL. After the AFL's first draft, in which players were selected for the then nameless Minneapolis franchise, Winter reneged from his agreement with the AFL owners and defected to the NFL with a franchise that started play in and was named the Minnesota Vikings.
The Vikings were never an AFL team, nor did they have any association with the AFL. Many of the players including Abner Haynes that had been assigned to the UNNAMED and defunct Minneapolis AFL franchise were signed by some of the seven loyal remaining members of the AFL's ' Foolish Club '.
The city of Oakland was awarded the eighth AFL franchise on January 30, Once the consortium of owners was found for the eighth franchise, the team was named the Raiders.
The Minneapolis group did not take with them any of the rights to players they drafted when they defected to the NFL, because their first draft in that league was in The Raiders were not originally in Minnesota as some claim.
They were a new, charter franchise in the American Football League. One reason they were so weak in the first few years of the AFL was that the other AFL teams did not make quality players available in the allocation draft.
At the time, Oakland seemed an unlikely venue for a professional football team. The city had not asked for a team, there was no ownership group and there was no stadium in Oakland suitable for pro football the closest stadiums were in Berkeley and San Francisco and there was already a successful NFL franchise in the Bay Area in the San Francisco 49ers.
However, the AFL owners selected Oakland after Los Angeles Chargers owner Barron Hilton threatened to forfeit his franchise unless a second team was placed on the West Coast.
Upon receiving the franchise, Oakland civic leaders found a number of businesspeople willing to invest in the new team. A limited partnership was formed to own the team headed by managing general partner Y.
Charles Chet Soda —89 , a local real estate developer, and included general partners Ed McGah — , Robert Osborne — , F.
Wayne Valley —86 , restaurateur Harvey Binns —82 , Don Blessing — , and contractor Charles Harney —62  as well as numerous limited partners.
Wilson Jr. After the conclusion of the first season Soda dropped out of the partnership, and on January 17, , Valley, McGah and Osborne bought out the remaining four general partners.
Soon after, Valley and McGah purchased Osborne's interest, with Valley named as the managing general partner. In Valley hired Al Davis, a former assistant coach for the San Diego Chargers, as head coach and general manager.
In April Davis left the Raiders after being named AFL Commissioner. On July 25, , Davis returned as part owner of the team.
In , with Wayne Valley out of the country for several weeks attending the Olympic Games in Munich, Davis's attorneys drafted a revised partnership agreement that gave him total control over all of the Raiders' operations.
McGah, a supporter of Davis, signed the agreement. Under partnership law, by a 2—1 vote of the general partners, the new agreement was thus ratified.
Valley was furious when he discovered this, and immediately filed suit to have the new agreement overturned, but the court sided with Davis and McGah.
Legally, the club is a limited partnership with nine partners — Davis' heirs and the heirs of the original eight team partners.
From onward, Davis had exercised near-complete control as president of the team's general partner, A. Football, Inc.
Ed McGah, the last of the original eight general partners of the Raiders, died in September Upon his death, his interest was devised to a family trust , of which his son, E.
McGah , was the trustee. The younger McGah was himself a part-owner of the team, as a limited partner, and died in Several members of the McGah family filed suit against Davis in October , alleging mismanagement of the team by Davis.
The lawsuit sought monetary damages and to remove Davis and A. Among their specific complaints, the McGahs alleged that Davis failed to provide them with detailed financial information previously provided to Ed and E.
The Raiders countered that—under the terms of the partnership agreement as amended in —upon the death of the elder McGah in , his general partner interest converted to that of a limited partner.
The team continued to provide the financial information to the younger McGah as a courtesy, though it was under no obligation to do so.
The majority of the lawsuit was dismissed in April , when an Alameda County Superior Court judge ruled that the case lacked merit since none of the other partners took part in the lawsuit.
In October the lawsuit was settled out of court. He was unsuccessful in this effort, reportedly because the sale would not give the purchaser any control of the Raiders, even in the event of Davis's death.
Al Davis died on October 8, , at age According to a partnership agreement, Davis' interest passed to his wife, Carol. According to a report released by Forbes Magazine , the Raiders' overall team value is US 2.
Although the team has regularly sold out since , the team ranked in the bottom three in league attendance from to , and failed to sell out a majority of their home games.
One of the reasons cited for the poor attendance figures was the decision to issue costly personal seat licenses PSLs upon the Raiders' return to Oakland in They were only valid for ten years, however, while other teams issue them permanently.
As a result, fewer than 31, PSLs were sold for a stadium that holds twice that number. From until the lifting of the policy in television blackouts of Raiders home games were common.
In November the team announced that it was taking over ticket sales from the privately run Oakland Football Marketing Association OFMA , and abolishing PSLs.
The Raiders and Al Davis have been involved in several lawsuits throughout their history, including ones against the NFL. When the NFL declined to approve the Raiders' move from Oakland to Los Angeles in , the team joined the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission in a lawsuit against the league alleging a violation of antitrust laws.
He was the only NFL owner to do so. After relocating back to Oakland, the team sued the NFL for interfering with their negotiations to build a new stadium at Hollywood Park prior to the move.
The Raiders' lawsuit further contended that they had the rights to the Los Angeles market, and thus were entitled to compensation from the league for giving up those rights by moving to Oakland.
A jury found in favor of the NFL in , but the verdict was overturned a year later due to alleged juror misconduct.
In February , a California Court of Appeal unanimously upheld the original verdict. When the Raiders moved back from Los Angeles in , the city of Oakland and the Oakland—Alameda County Coliseum Authority agreed to sell Personal Seat Licenses PSLs to help pay for the renovations to their stadium.
But after games rarely sold out, the Raiders filed suit, claiming that they were misled by the city and the Coliseum Authority with the false promise that there would be sellouts.
On November 2, , a settlement was announced, part of which was the abolishment of PSLs as of the season. In the team sued the NFL in Santa Clara County , in a lawsuit that ultimately included 22 separate causes of action.
Included in the team's claims were claims that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ' pirate logo diluted the team's California trademark in its own pirate logo and for trade dress dilution on the ground that the League had improperly permitted other teams including the Buccaneers and Carolina Panthers to adopt colors for their uniforms similar to those of the Raiders.
Among other things, the lawsuit sought an injunction to prevent the Buccaneers and Panthers from wearing their uniforms while playing in California.
In these claims were dismissed on summary judgment because the relief sought would violate the Commerce Clause of the United States Constitution.
In a number of current and former Oakland players such as Bill Romanowski , Tyrone Wheatley , Barrett Robbins , Chris Cooper and Dana Stubblefield were named as clients of the Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative BALCO.
BALCO was an American company led by founder and owner Victor Conte. Also in , journalists Lance Williams and Mark Fainaru-Wada investigated the company's role in a drug sports scandal later referred to as the BALCO Affair.
BALCO marketed tetrahydrogestrinone "the Clear" , a then-undetected, performance-enhancing steroid developed by chemist Patrick Arnold.
Conte, BALCO vice president James Valente, weight trainer Greg Anderson and coach Remi Korchemny had supplied a number of high-profile sports stars from the United States and Europe with the Clear and human growth hormone for several years.
Headquartered in Burlingame , BALCO was founded in Officially, BALCO was a service business for blood and urine analysis and food supplements.
In , Victor Conte offered free blood and urine tests to a group of athletes known as the BALCO Olympians. He then was allowed to attend the Summer Olympics in Seoul , South Korea.
From Conte worked with well-known American football star Bill Romanowski, who proved to be useful to establish new connections to athletes and coaches.
Roster updated January 2, The Pro Football Hall of Fame has inducted 14 players who made their primary contribution to professional football while with the Raiders, in addition to coach-owner-commissioner Al Davis, head coach John Madden and executive Ron Wolf.
The Raiders' total is of 25 Hall of Famers. The Raider organization does not retire the jersey numbers of former players on an official or unofficial basis.
All 99 numbers are available for any player, regardless of stature or who previously wore the number. The following Raiders players have been named to the All-Pro team:.
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However, the Raiders lost a must-win game at home to San Diego and so for the ninth year in a row failed to make the playoffs or produce a winning record.
Despite rumors of selling the team, Al Davis's family indicated that they would retain ownership. At the conclusion of the season, Hue Jackson was fired and replaced by former Broncos DC Dennis Allen , the first defensive-minded Raiders head coach since John Madden.
At Davis's death, the once-elite franchise was a mess, with one of the NFL's oldest rosters, almost no salary cap space, and valuable first-round draft picks squandered on bust players and Carson Palmer.
Surveys of players across the league consistently showed that the Raiders had become one of the least desirable teams to play for.
In addition, with the Miami Marlins obtaining their own ballpark in , the Raiders became the last team in the NFL to still share a stadium with a baseball franchise.
The outdated, deteriorating Oakland Coliseum, which also occupied a high crime neighborhood, was a further impediment.
The Raiders began by losing a very poorly executed home opener on Monday Night Football to San Diego 22— The team was plagued by fumbles and dropped passes, and did not score a touchdown until near the end.
On the bright side, defensive performance was decent and helped contain the Chargers' passing game. After another miserable loss in Miami, the Raiders returned home to take on Pittsburgh in Week 3.
In the 4th quarter, trailing by 10, WR Darrius Heyward-Bey collided with Pittsburgh safety Ryan Mundy and was knocked out of the game. The loss of Heyward-Bey inspired the rest of the team, which rallied to tie the game , and with 4 seconds left, Sebastian Janikowski kicked a yard field goal to win the game 34— In the end though, the Raiders finished the season During , there was little apparent sign of improvement as the Raiders once again finished , including a particularly embarrassing loss to the Eagles in Week 9 when QB Nick Foles threw a record seven TD passes.
In Week 15, they gave up 56 points to the Chiefs. In , Dennis Allen was fired after a 0—4 start and replaced by former Dolphins head coach and then-Raiders offensive line coach Tony Sparano for the remainder of the season.
They became the first team to be mathematically eliminated from playoff contention and were guaranteed a fourth-place finish in the AFC West after a loss in Week 11 dropped them to 0— The Raiders were the last team in the league that year to win a game, finally doing so the next week against their division rival, the Kansas City Chiefs, but they were crushed 52—0 by the Rams the next week.
The Raiders did manage to defeat their geographic rival, the San Francisco 49ers, and defeated Buffalo in Week 16, which mathematically eliminated the Bills from playoff contention for the 15th straight year.
Oakland's final record that season was 3— Their offense struggled mightily, averaging just Also, linebacker Khalil Mack , selected in the first round, had 75 tackles and 4 sacks.
On January 14, , Jack Del Rio , the then- Denver Broncos defensive coordinator and former Jacksonville Jaguars head coach, was hired by the Oakland Raiders to be their new head coach.
Del Rio's new coaching staff included former Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave as offensive coordinator and former Vikings head coach Mike Tice as offensive line coach; both had worked with Del Rio at the Jaguars in the past.
The Raiders secured the 4 pick in the NFL draft , which was used on receiver Amari Cooper. The Raiders finished 7—9 in , showing noticeable improvement over the previous season.
On January 4, , the Raiders filed for relocation alongside the Chargers and Rams. The Committee set up by the league to deal with Los Angeles initially recommended the Carson Site,  but the Chargers and Raiders were unable to secure the votes they needed to move.
After hours of debate, the league voted to allow the St. Louis Rams to move on January 12, with the San Diego Chargers having the option to join them within a year.
Davis then turned his attention to Las Vegas. In , the team finished 12—4 , finally making the postseason for the first time since with strong play on both offense and defense, but lost Derek Carr and backup Matt McGloin to season-ending injuries to close out the year.
Musgrave was let go following the playoff loss. After over 10 years of failure to secure a new stadium in Oakland to replace the decaying coliseum issues of which include sewage backups and flooding  and after missing out on Los Angeles, on March 27, , the NFL granted the team permission to relocate to Las Vegas, Nevada , pending the new Allegiant Stadium 's completion.
The Raiders soon announced plans to stay in Oakland until the new stadium was completed in Following a season-ending 4-game losing streak to finish 6—10 in , in addition to a regression of the offense under Todd Downing , Del Rio was fired by Mark Davis.
On December 10, the Raiders fired general manager Reggie McKenzie , who had been with the Raiders since In the off-season, the Raiders acquired receiver Antonio Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers via trade following Brown's falling out with the Steelers,  only to release him after a chaotic preseason culminating with Brown getting into a heated argument with new GM Mike Mayock.
The team was booed off the field as they left. On January 22, , the team was officially re-named the Las Vegas Raiders and the relocation was completed in the following months.
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