Oakland Raiders History

The Raiders started out in 1960 in the AFL which is the American Football league and have won three division titles and a championship. The Oakland Raiders joined the National Football League in 1970 which was part of a NFL-AFL merger. Since the Raiders joined the National Football League the team won three super bowls and twelve division titles as well as appearing in two super bowls. The Oakland Raiders have had thirteen enshrinees in the Football Hall of Fame.

The Raiders first three seasons they struggled on and off the field. Al Davis became the head coach and general manager in 1963. The Raiders became winners as soon as Al David was brought over to the team. During the time Al Davis was with the Raiders from 1963 to 2002 they only had seven losing seasons. Al Davis also started the team slogans like Commitment to Excellence, Pride and Poise as well as Just Win Baby in which Al Davis got registered trademarks for. Al Davis has been with the Raiders team continuosly except for ufabetมือถือ a brief stint as the American Football League commssioner in 1966 as well as being a managing partner of the franchise.

Al Davis moved the Raiders team after a few years of legal battles in 1982 to California from Oakland. When the Raiders moved to Los Angeles they won their third Super Bowl and two playoff appearances in the 80’s. Al Davis moved the Raiders team back to Oakland in 1995. The Raiders head coach Jon Gruden led the Raiders to a 12-4 record on the season in 1990 which was their first division title. The Raiders team had a three year winning streak since that time for the West Division AFC football seasons. The Raiders head coach Jon Gruden in 2000 sent the Oakland Raiders to the AFC championship Game but fell short in Oakland to the Ravens 16-3. The Oakland Raiders won their second AFC West Division Ttile in 2001 and won 10-6 but the Oakland Raiders fell short to the New England Patriots in the Divisional Round where it became a controversial game in the snow with the now famous Tuck Rule. The Raiders Head coach in 2002 Bill Callahan faced ex Raiders Head Coach Jon Gruden’s Buccaneers in Super Bowl XXXVII but lost by a score of 48-21. The Oakland Raiders since their loss to the Buccaneers have lost five consecutive losing seasons. The Raiders in January 2007 named Lane Kiffen a 31 year old as head coach of the Raiders whic