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Oakland Raiders Records

Listed below are Oakland Raiders Records, Firsts, Odds & Ends.

First Regular-Season Game: A 37-22 loss by the Oakland Raiders to the Houston Oilers, 9/11/60.

First Regular-Season Win: A 14-13 victory over the Houston Oilers, 9/25/60.

First Playing Site: San Francisco's Kezar Stadium.

Original Team Colors: Black, Gold and White.

First All-League Selection: Hall of Fame C Jim Otto, All-AFL, 1960.

First Winning Season: 1963 (10-4).

First Playoff Appearance: A 40-7 victory over the Houston Oilers in the 1967 AFL Championship game, 12/31/67.

First Super Bowl Appearance: A 33-14 loss to the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl II, 1/14/68.

First Super Bowl Win: A 32-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl XI, 1/9/77.

First To Rush 100 Yards in a Game: Tony Teresa, 141 yards vs. the Buffalo Bills, 11/13/60.

First 1,000-Yard Rusher: Clem Daniels, 1,099 yards (1963).

First to Pass 400 Yards in a Game: Tom Flores, 407 yards vs. the Houston Oilers, 12/22/63.

Most Rushing Yards, Career: Marcus Allen, 8,545 yards (1982-1992).

Most Passing Yards, Career: Ken Stabler, 19,078 yards (1970-1979).

Most Receptions, Career: Tim Brown, 1,070 receptions (1988-2003).

All-Time Leading Scorer: George Blanda, 863 points, (1967-1975).

First Raider Elected to the Hall of Fame: Jim Otto, 1980.

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