The Oakland Raiders have played in the Super Bowl four times. The team played once after relocating to Los Angeles in 1984, making it their third Super Bowl win. The other three times, the team was located in their present day location of Oakland.
The team captured their three Super Bowl wins by defeating the Minnesota Vikings, Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins. A few years after receiving their final win, the team relocated from Los Angeles back to Oakland. In 2003, the Oakland Raiders made their last Super Bowl debut, which resulted in a loss against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.Learn More
The theme song most closely associated with the Oakland Raiders is "The Autumn Wind." While an unofficial anthem, it is considered the team's battle hymn, and it can be heard over the loudspeakers at home games.Full Answer >
As of 2014, two black quarterbacks have won the Super Bowl. The first was Doug Williams while playing for Washington in 1988, and the second was Russell Wilson while playing for Seattle in 2014.Full Answer >
Six wild card teams in the National Football League have won the Super Bowl as of 2014. The six teams to win the Super Bowl from the wild card position include the Oakland Raiders in 1980, Denver Broncos in 1997, Baltimore Ravens in 2000, Pittsburgh Steelers in 2005, New York Giants in 2007 and Green Bay Packers in 2010.Full Answer >
It is not possible for the Super Bowl to end in a tie. The NFL has long had what is known as a "sudden death" overtime period to determine the winner of a postseason game, which includes the Super Bowl.Full Answer >