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The Oakland Raiders are one of the most successful and storied franchises in the history of the NFL. The team originally started play in the American Football League and made the move to the NFL in 1970 as part of the AFL-NFL merger. The Raiders showed much success during their first 15 years in the NFL as they won three championships and sold many postseason Raiders tickets winning six division titles in the 70’s. The Raiders were considered the most dominant team of that decade. Following the 1985, season the Raiders relocated to Los Angeles and left their winning ways in Oakland. The team won only two playoff games during their nine year stint in Los Angeles despite the social impact the Silver and Black uniforms had on young people during that time period. Not only did the silver and black sell jerseys, but it also gave off the bad boy image and sold millions of Raiders tickets. The disappointing Los Angeles era was put to an end in 1995 when owner Al Davis moved the team back to Oakland because due to issues with the Los Angeles Coliseum Stadium. Davis was interested in selling more Raiders tickets and returning the team to glory in Oakland. Since the move back to Oakland, the Raiders have not won a Super Bowl, but have showed glimpses of success during the Jon Gruden era. Gruden helped the Raiders climb out of the AFC West cellar and sell more Raider tickets than in their first stint in Oakland.

When the Raiders came back to Oakland in 1995, they returned to their old home at the Oakland Coliseum, but with some improvements that included 10,000 seats being added in an effort to sell more Raider tickets. The Coliseum is also home to the Oakland Athletics baseball team during the Summer and in late Fall, changes into a football field to begin the selling of Raider tickets. The Coliseum is known as the home of two professional sports teams, and is also home to dedicated fans known as Raider Nation. The stadium and a particular section of fans has come to be known as "The Black Hole". The fans who claim to be part of the Raider Nation are the ones who can be seen purchasing Raiders tickets while wearing all silver and black along with Raiders helmets and various costumes, ranging from Darth Vader to The Road Warriors. The history at the Coliseum goes way back to 1966. It has been home to a total of six different professional sports teams including football teams of different leagues, the Athletics, and also a MLS franchise from 2008-2009. With so many different teams calling the Coliseum home, it also has possibly the most history of any professional sports stadium in North America. There have been rumors since 2005 about possible construction of a new stadium in Oakland for the Athletics while the Raiders would stay and continue to sell Raider tickets at the Coliseum. There has also been talk of a possible situation that if the Athletics are able to get their baseball-only stadium, that there would also be a football stadium constructed in the Bay Area that the Raiders would share with the San Francisco 49ers. Until a decision is made on the stadium issue, the Raider faithful will continue to purchase Raiders tickets and file into the Coliseum on Sundays and support their beloved football team.

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4-18-14: The Oakland Raiders will hopefully have some new exciting talent to put on full display come week one of the 2014 NFL preseason, when they battle the Vikings in Minnesota. Oakland should unleash all of their starters for at least a handful of series in week two, however, when they welcome Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions to Oakland. Week three of the Oakland Raiders preseason schedule is probably their best matchup, as the Green Bay Packers welcome them to Lambeau Field. Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay’s offense will push Oakland’s defense to their limits for at least a half of action, while the Raiders will be able to see how far they’ve come against a tough opponent on the road. Oakland’s preseason schedule will then conclude a week later with another brutal matchup, as they welcome the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks to town.

4-7-14: Oakland endured a trying season under center in 2013, which makes it no surprise that they jumped at the opportunity to deal for Texans quarterback Matt Schaub. Schaub wasn’t the only key acquisition for the Raiders, though, as they re-signed running back Darren McFadden and brought in Maurice Jones-Drew to improve their backfield, while also getting Schaub a new weapon in former Packers receiver James Jones. Oakland made the most progress on defense, however, where they added defensive linemen Justin Tuck, Antonio Smith and Lamarr Woodley, while also getting better in the secondary by bringing in stud corner Tarrell Brown and re-signing veteran safety Charles Woodson.

3-21-14: Oakland has made some positive noise in free agency so far this offseason, making sound moves to address the offensive line. They missed out on stud tackle Rodger Saffold due to a shoulder injury that scared them off, but they still wound up beefing up the line with Donald Penn and Kevin Boothe. Oakland also brought back Darren McFadden to see if he can’t stay healthy for an entire season and improve their rushing attack, while also bringing in former Packers wide receiver James Jones to take the passing game up a notch. Justin Tuck signed on to pick up the Oakland pass rush, although the Raiders did fail to retain defensive end Lamarr Houston. It was an up and down free agency period for the Raiders, but solid enough to offer optimism going into the draft.

12-31-13: Terrelle Pryor got one last chance to prove himself as a starting quarterback in Oakland. It didn’t go as planned. Peyton Manning stormed out of the gates with four touchdowns in the first half and the Raiders simply couldn’t keep up in a 34-14 loss at home.

12-24-13: Darren McFadden returned from injury and found the end-zone, but the Raiders struggled too much on offense to hang with the Chargers in San Diego, losing their week 16 contest, 26-13. Matt McGloin continued to struggle under center for the Raiders, as he failed to throw a touchdown and threw a pick in Oakland’s 11th loss of the year.

12-17-13: Matt McGloin threw for nearly 300 yards and two touchdowns as he helped dig the Raiders out of an early 35-10 hole, but four bad interceptions doomed him and Oakland in a bad 56-31 home loss. The Raiders simply couldn’t keep up with the Kansas City Chiefs, who had Alex Smith and Jamaal Charles scores five touchdowns a piece in the unexpected shootout.

12-10-13: Marcel Reese busted off a 64-yard touchdown run on the vaunted New York Jets run defense and for a second it looked like the Raiders might pull off the road win. No one else outside of Reece was consistent enough to help make that happen, however, as Oakland simply couldn’t keep pace with the home team this week, falling 37-27.

12-3-13: Oakland did it’s best to get one step closer to .500 in week 13, but DeMarco Murray and the Dallas Cowboys were just too much in the end. Murray pounded into the end-zone for three scores and Oakland couldn’t hold onto a 21-7 half-time lead, falling to the Cowboys in Dallas, 31-24.

11-26-13: Matt McGloin wasn’t nearly as good as he was in his first ever start a week ago, but he was still impressive, passing for 260 yards and the go-ahead touchdown to give Oakland a 19-16 lead over the Titans with just six minutes remaining. Ryan Fitzpatrick wouldn’t be denied, however, as he drove Tennessee down and hit the game-winning throw to give the Titans the dramatic 23-19 road win.

11-19-13: Terrelle Pryor was out with a bum knee. Clearly the Oakland Raiders were in trouble. That is, unless undrafted rookie Matt McGloin could throw three touchdowns and keep the Houston Texans on their heels. McGloin did just that, as he helped Oakland to their first road win of 2013 and created a quarterback controversy in the process.

11-12-13: Terrelle Pryor seemed to regress once again as a traditional pocket passer in week 10, as the New York Giants sacked him three times and forced him to turn the ball over twice. Oakland was still in it in the final quarter, but simply couldn’t punch in another score due to Pryor’s struggles and stout defense from the Giants.

11-5-13: History was made in Oakland in week nine, but it had nothing to do with the Raiders. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles was flat-out unstoppable, as he had just six incompletions on the day, as he topped 400 passing yards and became just the sevenths passer in NFL history to throw seven passing touchdowns in a game. Terrelle Pryor was no match for Pryor and joined Darren McFadden on the sidelines with an injury in this one, as the Raiders lost at home, 49-20.

10-30-13: Terrelle Pryor set an NFL record with a 93-yard touchdown run (for a quarterback) and held on for dear life late as the Raiders stepped up to 3-4 with a solid 21-18 home win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Pryor was mostly ineffective through the air, but Darren McFadden picked up the slack with two scores and Oakland’s underrated defense swarmed the Steelers for five sacks.

10-15-13: Terrelle Pryor entered his week six matchup with the division rival Kansas City Chiefs with a ton of hype. He left it looking more like a young quarterback who got exposed. Pryor struggled mightily throughout this one, guiding the Raiders to just one early score, while absorbing a ridiculous 10 sacks and throwing three interceptions. Oakland’s defense actually stood their ground against the Chiefs for the most part on the other side, rendering Alex Smith ineffective and limiting the Chiefs to just two offensive touchdowns in a 24-7 road loss.

10-1-13: The Oakland Raiders were forced to roll with quarterback Matt Flynn due to concussion symptoms keeping Terrelle Pryor sidelined for week four. It didn’t end well. Flynn played much worse than his numbers suggest, as he threw a costly pick-six with the Raiders nursing a 14-3 lead and failed to generate any points from that point on in a 24-14 home loss that sent Oakland to a 1-3 hole. To better assess just how ineffective Flynn was, the veteran quarterback added a lost fumble and seven sacks to his week four resume’. Rashad Jennings was the lone star for Oakland in week four, as he caught eight passes with Flynn checking down at a rapid rate, while piling up 100+ total yards in the defeat.

9-20-13: In a match-up of two of the worst teams in the NFL, the Jaguars and Raiders battled it out in Oakland on Sunday. Oakland took an early lead on an 11-yard TD run by fullback Marcel Reece and never looked back, winning the game 19-9. Terrelle Pryor was OK in the win, completing 15 of 24 passes for 126 yards and picked up another 50 yards with his feet. He did fumble the ball twice, with the Jags recovering one of the two. Darren McFadden had a good game, carrying the ball 19 times for 129 yards. The win improves the Raiders to 1-1 on the year. Next week, they have a tough match-up when they head to Denver to take on Peyton Manning and the Broncos.

9-10-13: The Oakland Raiders gave fans a very solid game in what was widely expected to be a blowout by the hands of the Colts. Instead, wet behind the ears quarterback Terrelle Pryor rushed for over 100 yards and kept things interesting until a late-game interception ended Oakland’s unlikely magical run. Pryor had a chance to finish off a surprise performance with some late-game heroics, but ultimately came up short in the 21-17 loss. The Raiders look to even up their record next week when the host the Jaguars, who are coming off of a bad 28-2 loss to the Chiefs, a game that also saw them lose starting quarterback Blaine Gabbert to a hand injury.

9-4-13: The Raiders have made their final roster cuts heading into the regular season: DL Ryan Baker, DE David Bass, LB Billy Boyko, DE Andre Carter, CB Chance Casey, OG Jason Foster, LB Omar Gaither, TE Richard Gordon, CB Joselio Hanson, OT Tony Hills, WR Greg Jenkins, S Shelton Johnson, TE Briant Leonhardt, OG Lamar Mady, K Justin Medlock, S Reggie Smith, OT Willie Smith, DT Kurt Taufa'asau, LB Chase Thomas, WR Conner Vernon, RB Deonte Williams.

8-20-13: It was an ugly game for the Raiders, especially early when they took on the Saints last week. Matt Flynn was OK, completing 12 of 16 passes for 124 yards, but was sacked 5 times and saw the Saints build a 23-0 1st half lead. Flynn did throw a TD pass, an 18 yard toss to Denarius Moore, but it was too little too late. Darren McFadden ran the ball 5 times for just 17 yards. Next week, the Raiders will host the Bears on Friday.

8-11-13: Oakland opened the preseason schedule by beating the Cowboys 19-17. QB Terrelle Pryor completed 6 of 10 passes for 88 yards and threw a pick. Rookie Matthew McGloin was 4 of 7 threw for a TD and 78 yards. Matt Flynn was 4 of 5 for 37 yards, and rookie Tyler Wilson was 3 of 6 for 28 yards.

Darren McFadden ran the ball just 3 times for 5 yards. Rashad Jennings led the way on the ground with 9 carries and 39 yards.

Sebastian Janikowski was 2-for-2 on field goals, hitting from 40 and 51 yards.

8-3-13: The Raiders have signed Sebastian Janikowski to a five-year deal worth just under $19 million. $8 million is guaranteed.

7-10-13: The Oakland Raiders have their eye on the future, but face long odds to have much success in 2013. With that said, they still can lean on star running back Darren McFadden on offense, while they build on an improved secondary consisting of new acquisitions, Charles Woodson and rookie corner D.J. Hayden. A depleted defensive line will likely see the Raiders struggle on defense in the short-term, while a three-way battle for the starting quarterback gig isn’t overly encouraging, either.

6-12-13: Oakland hasn’t really met the “commitment to excellence” mantra much over the past decade, but it does look like they’re finally headed in the right direction. That “right direction” isn’t likely to lead back to the playoffs in 2013, but if Raiders’ fans can be patient, they could be getting a winning team in the next few years. For now, they’ll get a preseason battle between Matt Flynn and Terrelle Pryor at quarterback, while clinging to the hope that running back Darren McFadden can stay healthy for longer than 10 games. If Flynn/Pryor can prove serviceable and the Raiders can run their offense through a healthy McFadden (which they weren’t able to do effectively in 2012), then it’s not impossible for them to at least be competitive.

Raiders 2013 Draft Overview:

  • Round 1, Pick 12 (from Miami): D.J. Hayden, CB, Houston
  • Round 2, Pick 10 (from Miami): Menelik Watson, OT, Florida State
  • Round 3, Pick 4: Sio Moore, LB, Connecticut
  • Round 4, Pick 15: Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas
  • Round 6, Pick 4: Nick Kasa, TE, Colorado
  • Round 6, Pick 13 (from Tampa): Latavius Murray, RB, Central Florida
  • Round 6, Pick 16 (from St. Louis through Houston): Mychal Rivera, TE, Tennessee
  • Round 6, Pick 37 (Compensatory Selection): Stacy McGee, DT, Oklahoma
  • Round 7, Pick 3: Brice Butler, WR, San Diego State
  • Round 7, Pick 27 (from Houston): David Bass, DE, Missouri Western

    12-4-12: The 3-9 Raiders have lost five straight heading into their short week matchup with the Denver Broncos. They currently rank 29th overall in rushing yards per game. Carson Palmer and the Raiders will close out their season with games against the Broncos, Panthers, Chargers and Chiefs. Passing hasn’t been a problem for the Raiders but defense has. They rank 25th and 28th in opponent rushing and passing yards.