Raiders vs Chargers At-A-Glance


The Oakland Raiders renew their long-time rivalry with the San Diego Chargers with two AFC Western Division games. - Sunday, October 6, at Coliseum in Oakland on CBS, and Sunday, December 22, at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego also on CBS.

  • The Raiders lead the all-time series, 57-47-2.
  • The Raiders have played the Chargers 106 times in the regular season, more than any other opponent.
  • The Silver and Black played San Diego twice during the strike-shortened 1982 campaign, and met fellow AFC West rivals Denver and Kansas City just one time each that season.
  • The two teams have split their last six meetings.
  • The Chargers have won three straight in the series, including two victories in 2012, while the Raiders posted three consecutive wins from 2010-11.
  • The Raiders have won two of their last three contests at Qualcomm Stadium.
  • Head coaches Dennis Allen and Chargers head coach Mike McCoy served on the same staff in Denver in 2011, Allen as defensive coordinator and McCoy as offensive coordinator.
  • Senior offensive assistant Al Saunders served as head coach of the Chargers from 1986-88 after first serving as an assistant under head coach Don Coryell from 1983-86. Saunders was the youngest head coach in San Diego team history at 39 years of age.
  • Newly signed Raiders LB Kevin Burnett played for the Chargers for two seasons from 2009-10.
  • Chargers defensive line coach Don Johnson coached defensive tackles for the Raiders from 2007-08.
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