Raiders Post-season Scores/Records/Games and Info

Post Season Games/Scores
Games listed by team
Championship Games Only
TD's Thrown by a Raider
Anyone who's ever caught a post season pass
Ever Player who's scored a TD and how many
Interesting Playoff facts
Defensive Scores and when
Old Raiders Teams? - The Facts

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Raiders Post Season Games/Scores

Season

Game

Team and Score W/L
1967

AFL Championship

Oakland 40, Houston 7 Home - Win
1967

Super Bowl 2

Oakland 14, Green Bay 33 Loss
1968

AFL West Div. playoff

Oakland 41, Kansas City 6 Home - Win
1968

AFL Championship

Oakland 23, NY Jets 27 Loss
1969

AFL Divisional game

Oakland 56, Houston 7 Home - Win
1969

AFL Championship

Oakland 7, Kansas City 17 Home - Loss
1970

AFC Divisional game

Oakland 21, Miami 14 Home - Win
1970

AFC Championship

Oakland 17, Baltimore Colts 27 Loss
1972

AFC Divisional game

Oakland 7, Pittsburgh 13 Loss
1973

AFC Divisional game

Oakland 33, Pittsburgh 14 Home - Win
1973

AFC Championship

Oakland 10, Miami 27 Loss
1974

AFC Divisional game

Oakland 28, Miami 26 Home - Win
1974

AFC Championship

Oakland 13, Pittsburgh 24 Home - Loss
1975

AFC Divisional game

Oakland 31, Cincinnati 28 Home - Win
1975

AFC Championship

Oakland 10, Pittsburgh 16 Loss
1976

AFC Divisional game

Oakland 24, New England 21 Home - Win
1976

AFC Championship

Oakland 24, Pittsburgh 7 Home - Win
1976

Super Bowl 11

Oakland 32, Minnesota 14 Win
1977

AFC Divisional game

Oakland 37, Baltimore Colts 31 (OT) Win
1977

AFC Championship

Oakland 17, Denver 20 Loss
1980

AFC Wild-Card game

Oakland 27, Houston 7 Home - Win
1980

AFC Divisional game

Oakland 14, Cleveland 12 Win
1980

AFC Championship

Oakland 34, San Diego 27 Win
1980

Super Bowl 15

Oakland 27, Philadelphia 10 Win
1982

AFC First-Round game

LA Raiders 27, Cleveland 10 Home - Win
1982

AFC Second-Round game

LA Raiders 14, NY Jets 17 Home - Loss
1983

AFC Divisional game

LA Raiders 38, Pittsburgh 10 Home - Win
1983

AFC Championship

LA Raiders 30, Seattle 14 Home - Win
1983

Super Bowl 18

LA Raiders 38, Washington 9 Win
1984

AFC Wild-Card game

LA Raiders 7, Seattle 13 Loss
1985

AFC Divisional game

LA Raiders 20, New England 27 Home - Loss
1990

AFC Divisional game

LA Raiders 20, Cincinnati 10 Home - Win
1990

AFC Championship

LA Raiders 3, Buffalo 51 Loss
1991

AFC Wild-Card game

LA Raiders 6, Kansas City 10 Loss
1993

AFC Wild-Card game

LA Raiders 42, Denver 24 Home - Win
1993

AFC Divisional game

LA Raiders 23, Buffalo 29 Loss
2000

AFC Divisional game

Oakland 27, Miami 0 Home - Win
2000

AFC Championship

Oakland 3, Baltimore Ravens 16 Home - Loss
2001

AFC Wild-Card game

Oakland 38, NY Jets 24 Home - Win
2001

AFC Divisional game

Oakland 13, New England 16 (OT) Loss
2002

AFC Divisional game

Oakland 30, New York Jets 10 Home - Win
2002

AFC Championship

Oakland 41, Tennessee Titans 24 Home - Win
2002

Super Bowl 37

Oakland 21, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48 Loss
   

Playoff Record

25-18

Here's a break down against each team

Raiders vs NFL - Playoffs
Team Record Score
Baltimore Colts 1-1 54-58
Baltimore Ravens  0-1 3-16
Buffalo  0-2 26-80

Cincinnati

2-0 51-38
Cleveland 2-0 41-22
Denver  1-1 59-44
Green Bay  0-1 14-33
Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans 4-0 122-45
Kansas City  1-2 54-33
Miami  3-1 86-67
Minnesota  1-0 32-14
New England  1-2 44-48
NY Jets  2-2 105-78
Philadelphia  1-0 27-10
Pittsburgh  3-3 125-84
San Diego  1-0 34-27
Seattle  1-1 37-27
Tampa Bay 0-1 21-48
Washington  1-0 38-9
Totals 25-18 986-797

 

Championship Games Only

Raiders in Championship Games
Team Record
Baltimore Colts 0-1
Baltimore Ravens  0-1
Buffalo  0-1
Denver  0-1
Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans 2-0
Kansas City  0-1
Miami  0-1
NY Jets  0-1
Pittsburgh  1-2
San Diego  1-0
Seattle  1-0

 

Raider Touch Downs Thrown
Who Number
Ken Stabler 19
Daryle Lamonica 18
Jim Plunkett 11
Rich Gannon 11
Jeff Hostetler 4
George Blanda 2
Jay Schroeder 2
Marc Wilson 1

 

Receptions in Post Season Game
Who Number
Cliff Branch 72
Fred Biletnikoff 70
Tim Brown 40
Marcus Allen 38
Charlie Smith 31
Todd Christensen 31
Jerry Rice 27
Charlie Garner 24
Dave Casper 24
Raymond Chester 19
Bob Moore 19
Jerry Porter 18
Mike Siani 18
Pete Banaszak 15
Warren Wells 14
Kenny King 14
Malcolm Barnwell 14
Billy Cannon 13
Hewritt Dixon 13
Clarence Davis 13
Ethan Horton 13
James Jett 12
Mark Van Eeghen 10
Doug Jolley 9
Bill Miller 8
Rod Sherman 8
Mervyn Fernandez 8
Frank Hawkins 8
Marv Hubbard 7
Receptions in Post Season Game
Who Number
Bob Chandler 7
Jon Ritchie 5
Arthur Whittington 5
Randy Jordan 4
Jeremy Brigham 4
Dokie Williams 3
Willie Gault 3
Andre Rison 3
Zack Crocket 3
Warren Bankston 2
Carl Garrett 2
Derrick Ramsey 2
Greg Pruitt 2
Steve Smith 2
Nick Bell 2
Terry Kirby 2
Tyrone Wheatley 2
Dave Kocurek 1
Larry Todd 1
Morris Bradshaw 1
Frank Pitts 1
Harold Hart 1
Alexander Wright 1
Jessie Hester 1
Tyrone Montgomery 1
Rickey Dudley 1
Roland Williams 1
Jim Otto 1

 

Every Player who's ever scored in the Post Season
Who TD's Scored
Fred Biletnikoff - Marcus Allen 10
Dave Casper 7
Pete Banaszak 6
Cliff Branch - Napolean McCallum 5
Mark Van Eeghen - Frank Hawkins 4
Tim Brown - Willie Brown - Zack Crockett - Clarence Davis - Marv Hubbard - James Jett - Kenny King - Bill Miller - Jerry Porter - Jerry Rice - Mike Siani - Rod Sherman - Charlie Smith - Warren Wells 3
Charlie Garner - Lester Hayes - Ethan Horton - Ken Stabler 2
George Atkinson - Warren Bankston - Malcolm Barnwell - Billy Cannon - Raymond Chester - Todd Christensen -  Hewritt Dixon - Mervyn Fernandez - Rich Gannon - Jessie Hester - Tory James - Derrick Jensen - Doug Jolley - Dave Kocourek - Daryle Lamonica - Bob Moore - Jim Plunkett - Jack Squirek - Tyrone Wheatley - Arthur Whittington 1

Some facts you may not know:

At home in the Playoffs the Raiders are 19-5

On the road in the Playoffs the Raiders are 6-12

Longest winning streak in the Playoffs by the Raiders is 5 in a row.

They've never lost 3 in a row.

The Raiders haven't won a road playoff game since 1980 against the Chargers.

The Raiders have been AFC Western Division Champions 16 times

The Raiders record in AFC Championship Games is 5-9

The Raiders record in Super Bowls is 3-2

14 Championship Games is the most by any team in the AFC.

The Raiders have scored 122 postseason touchdowns in 42 postseason games.
 8 of the 122 TD's have been scored by the defense  
 3 of the 122 TD's have been scored by the special teams

Post Season Defensive scores When
George Atkinson 57 yard interception return for a TD 1969 AFL Divisional Playoff vs the Oilers
Willie Brown 50 yard interception return for a TD 1970 AFC Divisional Playoff vs the Dolphins
Willie Brown 54 yard interception return for a TD 1973 AFC Divisional Playoff vs the Steelers
Willie Brown 75 yard interception return for a TD 1976 Super Bowl XI vs Vikings
Lester Hayes 20 yard interception return for a TD 1980 AFC Wildcard Playoff vs the Oilers
Lester Hayes 18 yard interception return for a TD 1983 AFC Divisional Playoff vs the Steelers
Jack Squirek 5 yard interception return for a TD 1983 Super Bowl XVIII vs the Redskins
Tory James 90 yard interception return for a TD 2000 AFC Divisional Playoff vs the Dolphins

The Raiders are 8-0 when scoring a defensive touchdown in a postseason game.

Those OLD Raiders - here are the facts

The 1976 Raiders team that won Super Bowl XI against the Vikings had 7 players 30 or older. 6 of the 30 or older players were starters:
 
 OG - Gene Upshaw - 31 years old
 DT - Dave Rowe - 31 years old
 CB - Willie Brown - 35 years old
 QB - Ken Stabler - 30 years old
 WR - Fred Biletnikoff - 35 years old
 K - Errol Mann - 35 years old
 
 The 1980 Raiders team that won Super Bowl XV against the Eagles had 11 players that were 30 or older. 8 of the 30 or older players were starters:
 
 OG - Gene Upshaw - 35 years old
 OT - Art Shell - 33 years old
 LB - Ted Hendricks - 32 years old
 QB - Jim Plunkett - 32 years old
 WR - Cliff Branch - 32 years old
 WR - Bob Chandler - 31 years old
 TE - Raymond Chester - 32 years old
 P - Ray Guy - 30 years old
 
 The 1983 Raiders team that won Super Bowl XVIII against the Redskins had 14 players 30 or older. 10 of the 30 or older players were starters:
 
 OT - Henry Lawrence - 31 years old
 C - Dave Dalby - 32 years old
 DE - Lyle Alzado - 34 years old
 LB - Ted Hendricks - 35 years old
 LB - Bob Nelson - 30 years old
 CB - Mike Haynes - 30 years old
 QB - Jim Plunkett - 35 years old
 WR - Cliff Branch - 35 years old
 K - Chris Bahr - 30 years old
 P - Ray Guy - 33 years old

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These stats were compiled by me. Sure there may be an error but not to my knowledge. This is in no way official stats or verified by the NFL or The Oakland Raiders. Just some serious research on my part. If proven wrong they will of course be changed - Peach

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