1985 Los Angeles Raiders schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
12-4-0 0-1 5695 3270 2425 44 321 4857 3096 1761 32 288
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The Los Angeles Raiders' twenty-sixth season was in 1985, and it was the seventh season Tom Flores served as the head coach of the team. The Raiders played their home games at Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum. They finished the year 12-4-0 in the regular season, en route to winning the AFC West, but they lost their first playoff game to the New England Patriots 27-20. At the end of the season, Marcus Allen was awarded with the AP Offensive Player of the Year award.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 New York Jets 31-0
Week 2 @ Kansas City Chiefs 20-36
Week 3 San Francisco 49ers 10-34
Week 4 @ New England Patriots 35-20
Week 5 Kansas City Chiefs 19-10
Week 6 New Orleans Saints 23-13
Week 7 @ Cleveland Browns 21-20
Week 8 San Diego Chargers 34-21
Week 9 @ Seattle Seahawks 3-33
Week 10 @ San Diego Chargers 34-40
Week 11 Cincinnati Bengals 13-6
Week 12 Denver Broncos 31-28
Week 13 @ Atlanta Falcons 34-24
Week 14 @ Denver Broncos 17-14
Week 15 Seattle Seahawks 13-3
Week 16 @ Los Angeles Rams 16-6


Week Opponent Score Notes
Divisional Round New England Patriots 20-27

1985 Los Angeles Raiders Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Tom Flores Quarterbacks Coach: Larry Kennan Offensive Line Coach: Art Shell, Sam Boghosian Running Backs Coach: Ray Willsey Tight Ends Coach: Bob Mischak Assistant Running Backs Coach: Terry Robiskie Defensive Line Coach: Earl Leggett Linebackers Coach: Bob Zeman Defensive Backfield Coach: Chet Franklin, Willie Brown Special Teams Coach: Steve Ortmayer Director of Football Operations: Steve Ortmayer Pro Scout: Joe Madro