1983 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 3-0 6885 4021 2864 55 419 5529 3626 1903 46 337
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The Los Angeles Raiders' twenty-fourth season was in 1983, and it was the fifth 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, and 3-0 in the playoffs eventually winning the NFL championship against the Washington Redskins 38-9, the team's fourth championship win. At the end of the season, Marcus Allen was awarded with the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player award.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 @ Cincinnati Bengals 20-10
Week 2 Houston Oilers 20-6
Week 3 Miami Dolphins 27-14
Week 4 @ Denver Broncos 22-7
Week 5 @ Washington Redskins 35-37
Week 6 Kansas City Chiefs 21-20
Week 7 @ Seattle Seahawks 36-38
Week 8 @ Dallas Cowboys 40-38
Week 9 Seattle Seahawks 21-34
Week 10 @ Kansas City Chiefs 28-20
Week 11 Denver Broncos 22-20
Week 12 @ Buffalo Bills 27-24
Week 13 New York Giants 27-12
Week 14 @ San Diego Chargers 42-10
Week 15 St. Louis Cardinals 24-34
Week 16 San Diego Chargers 30-14


Week Opponent Score Notes
Divisional Round Pittsburgh Steelers 38-10
Conference Championship Seattle Seahawks 30-14
Super Bowl vs. Washington Redskins 38-9

1983 Los Angeles Raiders Coaching Staff

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