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Under John Madden during the 1970's, the Raiders shined as they won 6 division titles. Disappointments came though as the Raiders lost three consecutive AFC Championship games from 1973 to 1975. Their break came in 1976, after finishing 13-1 for the season, they were able to get past the Steelers in the AFC championship game and go on to beat the Vikings in Super Bowl XI for their first NFL championship. Under Madden, the Raiders shined during the 1970's, never having one losing season. Madden though, was ready to move on with a new project in his life and he resigned from the Raiders to start a new commentator career. In 1980 Al Davis had trouble at successfully having improvements made to Oakland Coliseum and decided to move the Raiders to Los Angeles but had a tough time getting permission from the league. It finally happened though and in 1982 the Raiders made the Los Angeles Coliseum their home. It didn't take them long to bring a Super Bowl championship to L.A. as the Raiders won Super Bowl XVIII against the Washington Redskins. In the summer of 1988, talk began circulating about the Raiders making a move back to Oakland. That same year, when they played a pre-season game up North the rumor was heard even more. Those rumors proved true as on March 11, 1991, Davis let it be known that he had great interest in moving the Raiders once again back up to Oakland. Things got a little confusing though as on September 11, 1991, Davis announced a new deal to stay in Los Angeles. On June 23, 1995, it became official that the Raiders were headed back up North as Davis signed all the legal the paperwork. The move back to Oakland wouldn't happen though until the Raiders began the 1995 season. Since their move back to Oakland the Raiders best season came in 2002 when they made it to the Super Bowl but lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Raiders have been one of the most successful franchises in football and if you're a Raiders fan get ready to root for your team this upcoming season. Get your Oakland Raiders tickets and head on out to Alameda County Coliseum to join us in taking it all the way.
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