Las Vegas Raiders

Las Vegas Raiders

2nd in AFC West 8-9-0 Overall 4-2-0 AFC
2023-24 REGULAR SEASON
215.6 PYPG
90.7 RYPG
19.5 PPG
289.5 TotY/G

2023 AFC West Standings

Team
W
L
T
PCT
PF
PA
DIFF
KC
11
6
0
0.647
371
294
77
LV
8
9
0
0.471
332
331
1
DEN
8
9
0
0.471
357
413
-56
LAC
5
12
0
0.294
346
398
-52

Team Information

Founded 1960
Ground Allegiant Stadium
Owner(s) Carol and Mark Davis (majority)
City Paradise, Nevada
Nickname Raiders
CEO Mark M Davis
General Manager Champ Kelly (interim)
Head Coach Antonio Pierce (interim)
Mascots Raider Rusher
NFL Championships 3 Super Bowl Championships: 1976 (XI), 1980 (XV), 1983 (XVIII)
Playoff Appearances 1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1990, 1991, 1993, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2016, 2021
Division AFC West

2023 Regular Season Leaders

All Statistics

Las Vegas Raiders News

Davante Adams makes stance clear on future with Raiders amid trade speculations Davante Adams makes stance clear on future with Raiders amid trade speculations
Davante Adams makes stance clear on future with Raiders amid trade speculations 
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Raiders Maxx Crosby spills beans on team's NFL draft day approach Raiders Maxx Crosby spills beans on team's NFL draft day approach
Raiders Maxx Crosby spills beans on team's NFL draft day approach
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Insider notes on 2024 NFL Draft build-up: T'Vondre Sweat's stock takes a hit, Raiders decision-makers split over plans for QB Insider notes on 2024 NFL Draft build-up: T'Vondre Sweat's stock takes a hit, Raiders decision-makers split over plans for QB
Insider notes on 2024 NFL Draft build-up: T'Vondre Sweat's stock takes a hit, Raiders decision-makers split over plans for QB
Raiders draft rumors: Mark Davis greenlights Antonio Pierce to draft QB 'so long as it makes sense' Raiders draft rumors: Mark Davis greenlights Antonio Pierce to draft QB 'so long as it makes sense'
Raiders draft rumors: Mark Davis greenlights Antonio Pierce to draft QB 'so long as it makes sense'
NFL analyst calls top 2024 Ohio State NFL Draft prospect “a faster Davante Adams” NFL analyst calls top 2024 Ohio State NFL Draft prospect “a faster Davante Adams”
NFL analyst calls top 2024 Ohio State NFL Draft prospect “a faster Davante Adams”

Las Vegas Raiders Bio

The Las Vegas Raiders were originally formed as the Oakland Raiders in 1960 and competed as a charter member of the American Football League. The franchise has a rather unique history of relocating between cities. The Oakland Raiders relocated to Los Angeles and played as the Los Angeles Raiders between 1982 and 1994. The team relocated to Oakland again in 1995. In 2017, the NFL team owners association unanimously approved the relocation of the Raiders Las Vegas. They completed the move in 2020, to be formally recognised as the Las Vegas Raiders. The Raiders became a formidable force after initial years of struggle when head coach Al Davis joined in 1963. Led by iconic owner Al Davis, the Raiders became known for their aggressive and innovative style of play, epitomized by their "Commitment to Excellence" motto. The team's move to Los Angeles in 1982 and subsequent return to Oakland in 1995 added to their complex narrative. Al Davis eventually became the team owner in 1972 and his son Mark Davis took over the ownership in 2011 upon his death. The Raiders enjoyed their most successful stints in the NFL to date, during the 1970s and the 1980s. The team has struggled in recent years to make it to the Playoffs.


The team's iconic silver and black uniforms, along with a passionate fan base known as the ;Raider Nation;, have contributed to their distinctive identity. The Raiders' journey has been marked by legendary players like quarterback Ken Stabler, wide receiver Fred Biletnikoff, and defensive back Willie Brown. Their aggressive defensive units, known for their hard-hitting style, have also left a lasting impact on the league. The franchise is currently valued at around $5.1 billion, as per Forbes.


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Las Vegas Raiders Next Game


The Raiders kick off their upcoming NFL journey with their preseason games starting August 13, 2023. They face the San Francisco 49ers for their first preseason game.

In the regular season the Raiders stat their journey by facing the Denver Broncos on September 10, 2023. The Raiders will host the Pittsburgh Steelers for a Monday Night Football showdown in their home, the Allegiant Stadium. Notable games include facing the Green Bay Packers on Tuesday Night Football, hosting the New England Patriots, and a key matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs. The Raiders' bye week falls at a strategic mid-season point. Additionally, they'll face the Minnesota Vikings and divisional rivals Los Angeles Chargers in December. The season concludes with a showdown against the Denver Broncos at the Allegiant Stadium. This schedule promises thrilling football action for the Raider Nation.


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Las Vegas Raiders Roster 2023-24

The Las Vegas Raiders signed quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo in 2023, and he is expected to be a major part of their attacking unit in the upcoming NFL season. Running back Davante Adams is another integral unit of the Raiders' attack and he will be hoping for a better season in 2023-24 after the arrival of signal caller Jimmy G. The most important player for the Raiders' defense is defensive end Maxx Crosby. He managed a career high 12.5 sacks last season and is enetering the upcoming season as one of the best players in his position.


For Las Vegas to make notable progress in 2023, substantial input from its rookie class is imperative. With a total of nine selections in the NFL draft, the Raiders have the opportunity to see impactful performances from a number of their new prospects, potentially taking on crucial roles early in the season. Rookie picks like Tyree Wilson, Michael Mayer, and Tre Tucker will be hoping to make an impact for the Raiders this season.


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Las Vegas Raiders Record- Last 10 Years


SeasonDivision FinishRecordPlayoffs
20223rd AFC West6-11-0Did Not Qualify
20214th AFC West10-7-0Did Not Qualify
20204th AFC West8-8-0Did Not Qualify
20194th AFC West7-9-0Did Not Qualify
20184thAFC West4-12-0Did Not Qualify
20171st AFC West6-10-0Did Not Qualify
20164th AFC West12-4-0Lost Wild Card Playoffs
20153rd AFC West7-9-0Did Not Qualify
20143rd AFC West3-13-0Did Not Qualify
20133rd AFC West4-12-0Did Not Qualify
20124th AFC West4-12-0Did Not Qualify


The Raiders have not had much luck with securing a playoff spot in recent years. Get a closer look at Las Vegas Raiders and their playoff performances.


Read all about Las Vegas Raiders’ playoff history


Las Vegas Raiders Championships

The Las Vegas Raiders have enjoyed varied degrees of success over the years in the NFL. The Raiders won their only AFL Championship in 1967 when they had made it to the postseason for the first time ever. The Raiders have a total of 22 Playoff appearances since their establishment. The team enjoyed most of their NFL playoff success during the 1970s. To date, the Las Vegas Raiders have won 15 division titles (3 AFL and 12 NFL), 4 AFC Championships (1976, 1980, 1983, and 2002), one AFL Championship (1967), and three Super Bowl Championships: XI (1976), XV (1980), and XVIII (1983).



FAQs

The Las Vegas Raiders have one of the fiercest fan bases in the NFL. The fans are called the Raider Nation. The Oakland Raiders had a working class background at the time of establishment and former team owner Al Davis gave the team a bad boy image, especially through an aggressive style of play in the 1970s and 1980s. Members of the Raider Nation take pride in their image, and many of the most devoted Raiders fans dress up in elaborate costumes on game day. Many of these costumes are intended to be intimidating and eccentric while also adhering to the Raiders' silver and black color scheme.

The current Las Vegas Raiders home stadium is the Allegiant Stadium. It is the home stadium for the Las Vegas Raiders of the National Football League (NFL) and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Rebels college football team. It is one of the most expensive stadiums in the world, valued at $1.99 billion.


You can read more about the most expensive NFL Stadiums here.

The Las Vegas Raiders logo is an iconic black and gray logo which features a pirate with a patch over his right eye, while wearing a football helmet. The pirate has been the focal part of the team's logo ever since they were established as the Oakland Raiders.

Las Vegas Raiders’ owner, Mark Davis has an approximate net worth of around $2 billion. He inherited the ownership of the team from his father Al Davis, who is one of the greatest Raiders coaches too. Mark Davis is now the principal owner and managing partner of the Raiders. He also owns the Las Vegas Aces WNBA team.

You can stream any Las Vegas Raiders game on the Las Vegas Raiders app or the NFL Game Pass app. Raiders’ games are also streamed on FOX Sports, or ESPN or CBS.