Ken Stabler - All-Time Roster - History | Raiders.com
"The Snake" was selected in the second round of the 1968 Draft but didn't see any action until 1970. He is the all-time leading passer in Raiders history. He appeared in 130 games with 96 starts and completed 1,486 of 2,481 pass attempts for 19,078 yards, 150 TDs and 143 INTs. He was named NFL MVP and AP First Team All-Pro in 1974, he was selected to five Pro Bowls, and led the Raiders to five straight AFC title game appearances and a Super Bowl championship – Super Bowl XI after the 1976 season. He was traded to the Houston Oilers in 1980 and he finished his career with the New Orleans Saints. Stabler was involved in some of the most memorable games in pro football history. Stabler was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016.
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