Rich Gannon's Top 10 Performances

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Raiders.com voters recently selected QB Rich Gannon as the Silver and Black's best free agent signing since 1995. Here are his Top 10 performances.

1. 403 yards (09/15/2002) –Gannon set a career high in passing yards, completing 43 passes as the Raiders traveled to Pittsburgh and beat the Steelers 30-17.

2. 382 yards (11/13/2000) –The Silver and Black fell to the division rival Denver Broncos 27-24, but Gannon excelled, throwing for 382 yards and one touchdown.

3. 381 yards (09/29/2002) –The Raiders made quick work of the Titans, besting Tennessee 52-25, with Gannon throwing for 381 yards and four touchdowns in the effort.

4. 361 yards (10/20/2002) –The former Delaware Blue Hen threw for 361 yards and three scores, but it wasn't enough as the San Diego Chargers toppled the Silver and Black 27-21.

5. 357 yards (10/06/2002) –Gannon was unstoppable that Sunday in Buffalo, throwing for 357 yards and three touchdowns as the Raiders traveled east and defeated the Bills 49-31.

6. 352 yards (10/24/1999) – In just his seventh game in Silver and Black, Gannon exploded at Network Associates Coliseum, throwing for 352 yards and two touchdowns as the Raiders edged the New York Jets 24-23.

7. 352 yards (11/11/2002) –The Raiders traveled to Colorado and blew out the Broncos 34-10 as Gannon completed 34 of 38 passes for 352 yards and three touchdowns.

8. 348 yards (09/28/2003) –Gannon threw for three touchdowns and 348 yards as the Raiders hosted the Chargers at Network Associates Coliseum, beating San Diego 34-31.

9. 342 yards (12/02/2002) –The Silver and Black once again enjoyed an impressive performance by Gannon, who threw for 341 yards and one touchdown, as the Raiders beat the New York Jets 26-20.

10. 341 yards (09/09/2001) –The Raiders and Chiefs squared off at Arrowhead Stadium, with the Silver and Black coming out on top 27-24, in large part due to Gannon's 341 yards through the air.

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