2014 Oakland Raiders Road Schedule
There's nothing quite like being there in the middle of an epic matchup featuring
the Oakland Raiders, as this is a team that has one of the very best fan bases in the entire country and you get a chance
to see that wherever and whenever the Raiders take to the field. Though we know that home games at O.co Coliseum are always
packed to the brim with excitement, seeing your favorite team on the road is something that you absolutely need to do sooner
or later, as you'll end up with a completely different perspective on your favorite team. Come out and see the Raiders in
action his season and you'll be glad that you're not still at home, as this is a team that has an exciting nucleus of talent
and anything can happen after kick-off.
The Raiders always look forward to traveling down the coast to San Diego to
take on the Chargers, which will go down on Nov. 16 in one of the top road matchups of the season. These two teams are bitter
rivals, and every matchups between the two is heated, creating an intense atmosphere that is perfect for passionate fans.
The Raiders will also head to Denver this season to take on the AFC Champion Denver Broncos, led by quarterback legend Peyton
Manning. That game won't go down until Dec. 28, but you can be assured that there will be plenty of silver and black in the
It's not only about the divisional matchups, though, as there are plenty of other top-tier games on the schedule
that will have fans talking all over town. A Sept. 21 trip to New England might be perfect for fans looking for a cross-country
tip, though a trip up to Seattle to take on the defending champion Seahawks on Nov. 2 will also be met with plenty of fanfare.
With so many options on the schedule his season, it's sure to be another exhilarating season of Raiders' football loaded with
bone-jarring hits, spectacular catches and bench-gripping moments that you'll have to see first-hand to appreciate.
Oakland Raiders Team Info
Looking at the roster for the Raiders, it's not hard to imagine why fans are excited
to see what they can do this season. With Darren McFadden looking to get back to his superstar-level and a stout defense that
can really shut down an offense in a hurry, the Raiders are hoping to take the next step forward and get back in the thick
of things in the AFC West. The Raiders also traded for quarterback Matt Schaub in the offseason, giving them a major shot
in the arm at the quarterback position and providing Schaub with an opportunity to hit the reset button. With Schaub looking
to prove himself all over again and the Raiders eyeing a big move in the division, it simply doesn't get any better than this.
NFL Road Experience
If you've never been out to the stadium for an Oakland Raiders game, then you've been missing
out on being a part of one of the more raucous crowds in the National Football League. The biggest die-hards can be found
catching the Raiders when they're on the road as well as home. The Raider regularly take on some of the best teams in the
league away from home, making for a multitude of great games for the fans to attend throughout the season. Though it's always
tempting to just watch the team from home, being there to see the action for yourself will give you a completely different
perspective on your favorite team that you'll be talking about a long time after the final whistle.
As a member of the AFC West division, the Raiders compete with the San Diego Chargers, Denver Broncos and Kansas
City Chiefs each and every season in a wide open division in which anything can happen. The Raiders organization originated
in Oakland, moved to Los Angeles for a time, then returned to Oakland, where they were welcomed with open arms. The franchise
has also won three Super Bowls in four appearances, and had some fantastic seasons over the years to go with more than a fair
share of gridiron legends. With the silver and black hoping to build their roster into a winner and deliver some more big-time
thrills to their fans, this is a franchise that has both an illustrious past and a bright future that keeps fans coming back
Oakland Raiders Trivia
When was the last time the Oakland Raiders reached the Super Bowl?
answer is the 2002 season, when they ended up falling to the Tampa Bay Bucs after a great season led by quarterback Rich Gannon.
Even though they didn't end up taking down the big win that season, the 2002 season still stands out thanks to one of the
most explosive offenses in the history of the franchise.