Las Vegas Raiders History

The Las Vegas Raiders are in their sixty-third season, playing their home games at Allegiant Stadium, in Las Vegas, Nevada since 2020. The Raiders are led by head coach Josh McDaniels since 2022.

The Raiders have won four championships in their history, most recently in 1983.

During their careers, multiple players have won awards for the team: Rich Gannon won the Most Valuable Player in 2002; Marcus Allen won the Most Valuable Player in 1985, the AP Offensive Player of the Year in 1985, and the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year in 1982; Ken Stabler won the Most Valuable Player in 1974 and the AP Offensive Player of the Year in 1974; Lyle Alzado won the Comeback Player of the Year in 1982; Jim Plunkett won the Comeback Player of the Year in 1980; Charles Woodson won the AP Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1998; Khalil Mack won the AP Defensive Player of the Year in 2016; Lester Hayes won the AP Defensive Player of the Year in 1980; Daryle Lamonica won the AP AFL Player of the Year in 1967.

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Las Vegas Raiders by the Decades

1960s

The Las Vegas Raiders' inaugural season was 1960 as the Oakland Raiders. During the decade, the Raiders had a record of 77-58-5 during the regular season and 3-3 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Candlestick Park (1960-1961), Frank Youell Field (1962-1965), and Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum (1966-1969). They won zero division titles. The Raiders ranked 3rd in the Western division with a win percentage of 57%. They won one league championship in 1967.

1970s

During the decade, the Raiders had a record of 100-38-6 during the regular season and 8-6 in the playoffs. In fact, the one hundred wins represents the most wins in a decade for the Raiders. They played their home games at Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum. They won six division titles. The Raiders ranked 1st in the AFC West division with a win percentage of 72%. They won one Super Bowl in 1976.

1980s

During the decade, the Raiders had a record of 89-63-0 during the regular season and 8-3 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum. They won two division titles. The Raiders ranked 2nd in the AFC West division with a win percentage of 59%. They won two Super Bowls in 1980 and 1983. In 1982, the Raiders changed their name from the Oakland Raiders to the Los Angeles Raiders.

1990s

During the decade, the Raiders had a record of 82-78-0 during the regular season and 1-3 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Network Associates Coliseum. They won one division title. The Raiders ranked 3rd in the AFC West division with a win percentage of 51%.

2000s

During the decade, the Raiders had a record of 62-98-0 during the regular season and 4-3 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum. They won three division titles. The Raiders ranked 5th in the AFC West division with a win percentage of 39%.

2010s

During the decade, the Raiders had a record of 63-97-0 during the regular season and 0-1 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum. They won zero division titles. The Raiders ranked 4th in the AFC West division with a win percentage of 39%.

2020s

During the decade, the Raiders had a record of 19-18-0 during the regular season and 0-1 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Allegiant Stadium. They won zero division titles. The Raiders ranked 2nd in the AFC West division with a win percentage of 51%. In 2020, the Raiders moved from Los Angeles, California to Las Vegas, Nevada and changed their name from the Los Angeles Raiders to Las Vegas Raiders.

Las Vegas Raiders Head Coaching History

Head Coach Years Record Win percentage Playoff record
Josh McDaniels 2022 1-3-0 25.0% 0-0
Jon Gruden 1998-2001, 2018-2021 60-57-0 51.3% 2-2
Richard Bisaccia 2021 7-5-0 58.3% 0-1
Jack Del Rio 2015-2017 25-23-0 52.1% 0-1
Dennis Allen 2012-2014 8-28-0 22.2% 0-0
Tony Sparano 2014 3-9-0 25.0% 0-0
Hue Jackson 2011 8-8-0 50.0% 0-0
Tom Cable 2008-2010 18-30-0 37.5% 0-0
Lane Kiffin 2007-2008 5-15-0 25.0% 0-0
Art Shell 1990-1994, 2006 49-47-0 51.0% 1-3
Norv Turner 2004-2005 9-23-0 28.1% 0-0
Bill Callahan 2002-2003 15-17-0 46.9% 2-1
Joe Bugel 1997 4-12-0 25.0% 0-0
Mike White 1995-1996 15-17-0 46.9% 0-0
Mike Shanahan 1988-1989 15-17-0 46.9% 0-0
Tom Flores 1979-1987 83-53-0 61.0% 8-3
John Madden 1969-1978 103-32-7 75.0% 9-7
John Rauch 1966-1968 33-8-1 79.8% 2-2
Al Davis 1963-1965 23-16-3 58.3% 0-0
Bill Conkright 1962 1-13-0 7.1% 0-0
Marty Feldman 1961-1962 3-25-0 10.7% 0-0
Eddie Erdelatz 1960-1961 8-20-0 28.6% 0-0

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