2003 Oakland 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
4-12-0 0-0 4573 2751 1822 26 258 5904 3394 2510 25 317
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The Oakland Raiders' forty-fourth season was in 2003, and it was the second season Bill Callahan served as the head coach of the team. The Raiders played their home games at Network Associates Coliseum. He was fired from the Raiders on Tuesday, December 30, 2003. They finished the season 4-12-0, 4-4-0 at home and 0-8-0 on the road.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 @ Tennessee Titans 20-25
Week 2 Cincinnati Bengals 23-20
Week 3 @ Denver Broncos 10-31
Week 4 San Diego Chargers 34-31
Week 5 @ Chicago Bears 21-24
Week 6 @ Cleveland Browns 7-13
Week 7 Kansas City Chiefs 10-17
Week 9 @ Detroit Lions 13-23
Week 10 New York Jets 24-27
Week 11 Minnesota Vikings 28-18
Week 12 @ Kansas City Chiefs 24-27
Week 13 Denver Broncos 8-22
Week 14 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 7-27
Week 15 Baltimore Ravens 20-12
Week 16 Green Bay Packers 7-41
Week 17 @ San Diego Chargers 14-21

2003 Oakland Raiders Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Bill Callahan Offensive Coordinator: Marc Trestman Defensive Coordinator: Chuck Bresnahan Quarterbacks Coach: Jim Harbaugh, Marc Trestman Wide Receivers Coach: John Morton, Fred Biletnikoff Offensive Line Coach: Aaron Kromer Running Backs Coach: Skip Peete Tight Ends Coach: Jay Norvell Senior Offensive Assistant Coach: John Morton Offensive Assistant Coach: Chris Turner Defensive Line Coach: Mike Waufle Linebackers Coach: Fred Pagac Defensive Backs Coach: Ron Lynn Assistant Defensive Backs Coach: Willie Brown Defensive Quality Control Coach: Chris Griswold, Don Martin Special Teams Coach: Bob Casullo Special Teams Assistant Coach: Randy Jordan Assistant to the Head Coach: Paul Kelly Strength and Conditioning Coach: Tim Adams Director of Squad Development: Willie Brown Strength and Conditioning Intern: A.J. Neibel