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Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. US-Dollar Renovierung — Baseball : American League. National League. On July 25, , Davis returned as part-owner of the team.
On the field, the team Davis had assembled and coached steadily improved. In , John Madden became the team's sixth head coach, and under him the Raiders became one of the most successful franchises in the NFL, winning six division titles during the s.
The first post-merger season saw the Raiders win the AFC West with an 8—4—2 record and go all the way to the conference championship , where they lost to the Colts.
Despite another 8—4—2 season in , the Raiders failed to win the division or achieve a playoff berth. In , with Wayne Valley out of the country for several weeks attending the Olympic Games in Munich , Davis's attorneys drafted a revised partnership agreement that gave him total control over all of the Raiders' operations.
McGah, a supporter of Davis, signed the agreement. Under partnership law, by a 2—1 vote of the general partners, the new agreement was thus ratified.
Valley was furious when he discovered this, and immediately filed suit to have the new agreement overturned, but the court sided with Davis and McGah.
That year would see the team achieve a 10—3—1 record and another division title. In the divisional round of the playoffs , they were beaten by the Steelers 13—7 on a play that would later be known as the Immaculate Reception.
In , Oakland had a 12—2 regular season, which included a nine-game winning streak. They beat the Dolphins in the divisional round of the playoffs in a see-saw battle before falling to the Steelers in the AFC Championship.
The playoff game against the Dolphins is known in NFL lore as the Sea of Hands game in which running back Clarence Davis caught a late 4th-quarter touchdown amid three Miami defenders to win 28—26 and end the Dolphins' chances of a three-peat and a fourth consecutive Super Bowl appearance.
In the season opener, the Raiders beat Miami and ended the Dolphins' game home winning streak. With an 11—3 record, they defeated Cincinnati in the divisional playoff round , but again fell to the Steelers in the conference championship.
In , Valley sold his interest in the team, and Davis — who now owned only 25 percent of the Raiders — was firmly in charge.
Al Davis later tried to sue Steelers coach Chuck Noll for libel after the latter called safety George Atkinson a criminal for the hit.
The Raiders won 13 regular season games and a close victory over New England the only team to beat them in the regular season in the first round of the playoffs.
Oakland's opponent was the Minnesota Vikings , a team that had lost three previous Super Bowls. The Raiders led 16—0 at halftime. By the end, forcing their opponent into multiple turnovers, they won 32—14 for their first post-merger championship.
The following season saw the Raiders finish 11—3, but lose the division title to 12—2 Denver. They settled for a wild card playoff berth, beating the Colts 37—31 in two overtime periods , but then falling to the Broncos 20—17 in the AFC Championship.
Although the Raiders achieved a winning record at 9—7, they failed to qualify for the playoffs. After ten consecutive winning seasons and one Super Bowl championship, John Madden left the Raiders and coaching in to pursue a career as a television football commentator.
The following off-season, the popular gun-slinging quarterback Ken Stabler was traded to the Houston Oilers , a move which was unpopular and criticized at the time.
In the fifth week of the season , starting quarterback Dan Pastorini broke his leg and was replaced by former number-one draft pick Jim Plunkett.
Plunkett led Oakland to an 11—5 record and a wild card berth. With the victory, the Raiders became the first ever wild card team to win a Super Bowl.
To Tom Flores, the coaches, and the athletes: you were magnificent out there, you really were. The team would not see a repeat performance in , falling to 7—9 and a losing record for the first time since Prior to the season, Al Davis attempted unsuccessfully to have improvements made to the Oakland—Alameda County Coliseum , specifically the addition of luxury boxes.
The move, which required three-fourths approval by league owners, was defeated 22—0 with five owners abstaining. When Davis tried to move the team anyway, he was blocked by an injunction.
In response, the Raiders not only became an active partner in an antitrust lawsuit filed by the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum who had recently lost the Los Angeles Rams , but filed an antitrust lawsuit of their own.
On June 23, , Davis signed a letter of intent to move the Raiders back to Oakland. The move was greeted with much fanfare,  and under new head coach Mike White the season started off well for the team.
Oakland started 8—2, but injuries to starting quarterback Jeff Hostetler contributed to a six-game losing streak to end the season, and the Raiders failed to qualify for the playoffs for a second consecutive season.
As part of the agreement to bring the Raiders back to Oakland the city agreed that they would increase the capacity of the Coliseum.
The structure was completed in time for the season. After two more unsuccessful seasons in and 4—12 in under White and his successor, Joe Bugel , Davis selected a new head coach from outside the Raiders organization for only the second time when he hired Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Jon Gruden , who previously worked for the 49ers and Packers under head coach Mike Holmgren.
Under Gruden, the Raiders posted consecutive 8—8 seasons in and , and climbed out of last place in the AFC West.
Oakland finished 12—4 in the season, the team's most successful in a decade. Retrieved September 5, Waterfront Action.
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Air Force Thunderbirds flew over Allegiant Stadium to thank healthcare workers and first responders. Watch as work crews begin to lay grass on the field tray at Allegiant Stadium as construction progress continues.
Coverage from news outlets on the Las Vegas Raiders, new Raiders Headquarters in Henderson and the construction of state-of-the-art Allegiant Stadium next to the Strip.
Watch the most recent time lapse and drone footage of the progress on Allegiant Stadium which is 31 months into construction.
The translucent roof protects players and fans from the summer heat while preserving the atmosphere of an outdoor stadium.
Meeting the challenge to provide the Raiders with a real grass field in the desert, the facility also features a retractable field system.
This feature provides the stadium with the versatility of using both natural grass and artificial turf playing surfaces.
The landmark facility required the removal of , cubic yards of dirt, the installation of 12 miles of concrete drilled shafts, and miles of piping and utility systems.