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  • TBT: Bo Jackson Draft Steal

    Posted Apr 7, 2016

    In 2008, NFL Network aired a Top 10 Draft Steals of All-Time show, Raiders Legend Bo Jackson was #6 on the list.

  • TBT: Rod Woodson 98 Yards to the House

    Posted Mar 10, 2016

    Safety Rod Woodson changed the game with this 98-yard INT return for a touchdown in 2002 at Denver.

  • Best Shots: Squirek pick six

    By NFL Films - Posted Jan 25, 2016

    Here is NFL Films shot of Jack Squirek's 5-yard return of an errant Joe Theismann pass that put the Raiders up 21-3 over the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl XVIII.

  • Raiders win Super Bowl 18 I This Day in NFL History

    By NFL_COM - Posted Jan 22, 2016

    On this day in NFL history, January 22, 1984, the Oakland Raiders defeat the Washington Redskins 38-9 in Super Bowl 18 behind Marcus Allen's 161 rushing yards and 2 touchdowns.

  • 2002 AFC Championship

    Posted Jan 21, 2016

    The Raiders defeated the Tennessee Titans in the 2002 AFC Championship game and earned a spot in Super Bowl XXXVII.

  • 2002 Divisional Playoffs

    Posted Jan 14, 2016

    The Raiders topped the Jets in a 2002 AFC Divisional Playoff en route to the AFC Championship.

  • Raiders win their first Super Bowl I This Day in NFL History

    By NFL_COM - Posted Jan 9, 2016

    On this day in NFL history, January 9, 1977, the Oakland Raiders win their first Super Bowl in a 32-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. The game had 81 million viewers (The largest to watch a sporting event).

  • Jan. 9 Marks 39th Anniversary of Super Bowl XI

    Posted Jan 8, 2016

    Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016, marks the 39th anniversary of the Oakland Raiders 32-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl XI.

  • Red Right 88 Dooms Browns

    Posted Jan 7, 2016

    The Raiders defeated the Browns in frigid conditions in Cleveland in a 1980 AFC Divisional Playoff Game.

  • Charles Woodson: The Last Ride

    Posted Dec 31, 2015

    Go behind-the-scenes with future Hall of Fame defensive back Charles Woodson during his last home game - a 23-20 OT win over the Chargers.