Tom Flores - All-Time Roster - History | Raiders.com
Years: 1960-61, 1963-66
Tom Flores is the first player to wear 15 for the Raiders and he started the very first Raiders game at quarterback. He appeared in 84 games with 64 starts and completed 810 of 1,640 pass attempts for 11,635 yards, 92 TDs and 83 INTs. He is the 6th leading passer in team history. Flores was part of the trade that brought QB Daryle Lamonica to Oakland from Buffalo. He won his first Super Bowl title as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs as a backup QB in 1969. Flores led the Silver and Black to two Super Bowl wins as head coach – Super Bowl XV over Philadelphia and Super Bowl XVIII over Washington. He was a member of John Madden's staff and was an assistant coach during the Raiders Super Bowl XI victory. Flores won 83 games as head coach of the Raiders from 1980-87.
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