All The Highlights From The Oakland Raiders 2017 Campaign

Posted Feb 6, 2018

With 2017 officially over, let's take one final look at all the highlights from last season.

Running Back Marshawn Lynch

We’re two days removed from Super Bowl LII, and the citizens of Philadelphia are still flying high after the Eagles 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots. Eagles quarterback Nick Foles stole the show, winning Super Bowl MVP,  capping off a unique 2017 NFL season by claiming the franchise’s first world championship.

The Oakland Raiders were unable to go the distance this year, but the team pieced together some highlight reel plays throughout the 2017 campaign. Now that the season is officially said and done, let’s take one more look at all the highlights from last season.

It didn’t take long for Marshawn Lynch to unleash the beast.

The Raiders put on an offensive clinic against the Jets in Week 2.

Jared Cook scored his first touchdown as a Raider on Sunday Night Football.

Carr connected with Johnny Holton for a deep bomb.

Without Carr, the Raiders put up a fight, but couldn’t come away with the win.

Cordarrelle Patterson showed off his athleticism with a 50-plus-yard touchdown run.

The Raiders Thursday night game against the Chiefs was arguably the best game of the year, take a look.

A rough one in the cold, no doubt, but the Raiders would bounce back.

On primetime, Lynch went off in his first game back from suspension.

The Raiders traveled south for an international bout with the Patriots.

It may have taken a while, but the Silver and Black registered their first interception of the year.

The Giants opted to start Geno Smith, and Khalil Mack said “hello” in Smith’s first start of the season.

In what’s always a heated rivalry, the Raiders fell to the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.

A controversial game loaded with highlights all on Sunday Night Football.

For a Christmas Day showdown, the Raiders traveled to the now-Super Bowl champion Eagles’ nest.

In the season finale, Carr and Cooper connected on the longest touchdown of the season.