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It’s Jimmy G’s Time

The Las Vegas Raiders have made a bold move this offseason, signing for veteran quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo from the San Francisco 49ers. Garoppolo, who has a career record of 41-17 as a starter and led the 49ers to Super Bowl 54, will be the new face of the franchise in 2023. They think that Garoppolo can provide stability and leadership at the most important position on the field, something that they have lacked in recent years as the Raiders have only made it to the playoffs once since 2016 and have gone through a carousel of quarterbacks, including Derek Carr, Jarrett Stidham , and others.

Garoppolo will be reunited with his former offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, who is now the head coach of the Raiders. McDaniels was instrumental in developing Garoppolo during his time with the New England Patriots, where he won two Super Bowl rings as Tom Brady’s backup. McDaniels will try to recreate the same magic with Garoppolo in Las Vegas, using his innovative and versatile scheme.

He will also benefit from a talented supporting cast, featuring some of the best weapons in the league. The Raiders have one of the top offensive lines in the NFL, anchored by left tackle Kolton Miller and center Andre James. They also have a dynamic duo of receivers, such as Davante Adams, DeAndre Carter and Hunter Renfrow, to whom Garoppolo can fully trust they’ll catch whatever he throws at them.

Will this finally be the year the Raiders will finally make it far in the playoffs and finally make it to the Super Bowl after 21 seasons? The fans certainly hope so, as expectation is high in Las Vegas and they want to win the title at home.


How did the Las Vegas Raiders perform in the 2022 NFL Season?

The team had a disappointing performance in the 2022 NFL season, finishing with a 6-11 record, third in the AFC West division, and with no chance of reaching the playoffs.

They started the season with three straight losses, including a shutout defeat by the New Orleans Saints in week 8, and several blown leads throughout the season, including giving up leads by at least 17 points in three games. They also had some close games, like their 29-30 loss against the Chiefs in week 5 and a 16-17 loss against the Rams.

Some of their bright spots were players such as running back Josh Jacobs, who rushed for 1,653 yards and 12 touchdowns, and wide receiver Davante Adams, who led the team with 1,516 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns. However, they also had some problems, such as quarterback Derek Carr, who threw for 3,522 yards, but also had 14 interceptions and only 24 touchdowns. He was benched in week 17 due to poor performance and replaced by Jarrett Stidham, who did not fare much better.

Despite a bad season, some performances were worthy of Pro Bowl appearance.  They had four players selected: wide receiver Davante Adams, quarterback Derek Carr (alternate), punter A. J. Cole III (alternate), and defensive end Maxx Crosby. Adams also made the All-Pro first team, along with kicker Daniel Carlson and running back Josh Jacobs.

Who did the Las Vegas Raiders acquire in the 2023 NFL Draft?Their picks for this 2023 season were:

  • Round 1, Pick 7: Tyree Wilson, DE, Texas Tech
  • Round 2, Pick 35 (From Indianapolis): Michael Mayer, TE, Notre Dame
  • Round 3, Pick 70: Byron Young, DT, Alabama
  • Round 3, Pick 100 (From KCC via NYC): Tre Tucker, WR, Cincinnati
  • Round 4, Pick 104 (From Houston): Jakorian Bennett, CB, Maryland
  • Round 4, Pick 135 (From New England): Aidan O'Connell, QB, Purdue
  • Round 5, Pick 170: Christopher Smith II, S, Georgia (Compensatory pick)
  • Round 6, Pick 203 (From NY Giants): Amari Burney, LB, Florida
  • Round 7, Pick 231 (From New England): Nesta Jade Silvera, DT, Arizona State

Who else did the Raiders sign for the 2023 Season?The following players joined the roster this offseason:

  • Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, San Francisco 49ers (Free Agent)
  • Jakobi Meyers, WR, New England Patriots (Free Agent)
  • Austin Hooper, TE, Tennessee Titans (Free Agent)
  • Brian Hoyer, QB, New England Patriots (Free Agent)
  • Robert Spillane, LB, Pittsburgh Steelers (Free Agent)
  • Marcus Epps, S, Philadelphia Eagles (Free Agent)
  • David Long, CB, Los Angeles Rams (Free Agent)
  • John Jenkins, DT, Miami Dolphins (Free Agent)
  • DeAndre Carter, WR, Los Angeles Chargers (Free Agent)
  • Kristian Wilkerson, WR, Indianapolis Colts (Free Agent)
  • Greg Van Roten, G, Buffalo Bills (Free Agent)
  • Marcus Peters, CB, Baltimore Ravens (Free Agent)

Some players who were signed but not put on the 53-Man end up making it to the practice squad or reserve list:

  • Brandon Facyson, CB, Indianapolis Colts (Free Agent, Reserve List)
  • Jordan Willis, DE, San Francisco 49ers (Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Marquez Callaway, WR, Denver Broncos (Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Janarius Robinson, DE, Philadelphia Eagles (Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Troy Pride, CB, New Orleans Saints (Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • David Agoha, DL, International Pathway Program (Undrafted Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Jaydon Grant, SS, Oregon State (Undrafted Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Dalton Wagner, T, Arkansas (Undrafted Free Agent, Practice squad)

Las Vegas Raiders Key Matchups in 2023

The 2023 season will be a challenging one for the Panthers, who will face some tough opponents in their quest for the playoffs. Some of the key matchups to watch are:

  • Week 3 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: The Raiders will host the Steelers on Sunday Night Football, in a rematch of last year’s game that ended their playoff hopes. The Raiders will need to protect Jimmy Garoppolo from the Steelers’ defense and also stop their running game, which features Pro Bowler Najee Harris.
  • Week 4 at Los Angeles Chargers: The Raiders will face their division rivals on the road in a game that could start shaping the future of the AFC West standings. The Chargers have one of the best young quarterbacks in the league in Justin Herbert, who is a co-favorite to lead the league in passing yards, along with Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. They will have to find a way to pressure Herbert and slow down his weapons, such as wide receiver Keenan Allen, as well as their defense, which features star pass rusher Joey Bosa and cornerback Derwin James.
  • Week 16 at Kansas City Chiefs: The Raiders will face the Chiefs again on Christmas Day, in a game that could decide the AFC West title. The Raiders will need to do their best and hope for some luck on their side, as they’ll need to deal with the hostile crowd and weather at Arrowhead Stadium, which is one of the toughest places to play in the NFL.
  • Week 18 vs. Denver Broncos: The Raiders will end their regular season with a home game against their divisional rival, the Broncos. The Raiders will need to win this game to secure their playoff spot and possibly a higher seed. The Raiders will also need to stop the Broncos’ quarterback, Russell Wilson, who is in his second season in Denver.

FAQs about Las Vegas Raiders 2024 Game Schedule And Tickets

When were the Las Vegas Raiders established and joined the NFL?

The team was originally founded as the Oakland Raiders on January 30, 1960. They became a part of the National Football League in 1970 as part of the AFL–NFL merger. The franchise moved to Los Angeles in 1982, then back to Oakland in 1995, and finally to Las Vegas in 2020.


Who owns the Las Vegas Raiders?

The current owner of the Las Vegas Raiders is Mark Davis, who inherited the team along with his mother Carol from his father Al Davis in 2011. Al Davis was the principal owner and general manager of the Raiders from 1972 until his death. He was also the head coach and minority co-owner of the team from 1963 to 1966. The original owner of the Raiders was Chet Soda, who founded the team in 1960 as a charter member of the American Football League (AFL). Soda was also the general manager of the team for its first season. He sold his share of the team to F. Wayne Valley in 1961, who became the majority co-owner and principal owner of the Raiders4. Valley shared ownership with Ed McGah, who was a minority co-owner from 1966 to 1971.


Who is the head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders?

The head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders is Josh McDaniels, who was hired on January 31, 2022. McDaniels has 23 years of experience in the NFL, he was previously the offensive coordinator for the New England Patriots, where he won six Super Bowls with head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady, as well as serving as the head coach of the Denver Broncos from 2009 to 2010 and the offensive coordinator of the St. Louis Rams in 2011. McDaniels is known for his innovative and aggressive offensive schemes and his ability to develop quarterbacks. He is the 22nd head coach in Raiders franchise history and the first to coach the team in Las Vegas.


What are some of the other personnel and assistant coaches?

  • Mick Lombardi, offensive coordinator
  • Patrick Graham, defensive coordinator
  • Tom McMahon, special teams coordinator
  • Dave Ziegler, general manager


How many championships have the Las Vegas Raiders won?

They have won a total of three Super Bowl championships in their franchise history, in 1977, 1981, and 1984. They also won the AFL championship in 1967, before the AFL-NFL merger.


How many divisional championships have the Las Vegas Raiders won?

They have won 15 division titles in their franchise history: 3 AFL Western division titles in 1967, 1968, and 1969, before the AFL-NFL merger, and 12 AFC West titles in 1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1983, 1985, 1990, 2000, 2001 and 2002.


What is the Las Vegas Raiders best overall season record?

Their best overall season record was 13-1 with a .928 winning percentage, both in 1967 and 1976.


What is the Las Vegas Raiders overall franchise record?

Their overall franchise record is of 522-478-11 as of the end of the NFL’s 2022 season. This includes their regular season and playoff records. Their regular season record is 497-458-11 with a .520 winning percentage, and their playoff record is 25-20.


Who have been some of the most famous players in the Las Vegas Raiders?

The team has had many famous players in their history, spanning different eras and positions, and here are some of the most notable ones:

  • Jim Otto was a legendary center who played for the Raiders from 1960 to 1974. He was a nine-time AFL All-Star, a three-time Pro Bowler, and a member of the AFL All-Time Team and the NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team. He never missed a game due to injury in his 15-year career.
  • Gene Upshaw was a dominant guard who played for the Raiders from 1967 to 1981. He was a seven-time Pro Bowler, a five-time All-Pro, and a two-time Super Bowl champion. He was also the first player in NFL history to play in the Super Bowl in three different decades. He is widely regarded as one of the best offensive linemen of all time.
  • Ken Stabler was a charismatic quarterback who played for the Raiders from 1970 to 1979. He was a four-time Pro Bowler, a two-time All-Pro, and the NFL MVP in 1974. He led the Raiders to their first Super Bowl title in 1976, defeating the Minnesota Vikings with a 103.4 passer rating. He is known for his clutch performances and his nickname "The Snake".
  • Fred Biletnikoff was a prolific wide receiver who played for the Raiders from 1965 to 1978. He was a six-time Pro Bowler, a two-time All-Pro, and a Super Bowl champion. He was also the Super Bowl XI MVP, catching four passes for 79 yards and setting up three touchdowns. He is one of the most reliable and consistent receivers in NFL history, holding the record for most consecutive games with at least one reception (156).
  • Marcus Allen was a dynamic running back who played for the Raiders from 1982 to 1992. He was a six-time Pro Bowler, a two-time All-Pro, and a Super Bowl champion. He was also the Super Bowl XVIII MVP, rushing for a then-record 191 yards and two touchdowns. He is one of the most complete backs in NFL history, excelling as a runner, receiver, blocker, and passer.


Have the Las Vegas Raiders retired any jersey numbers?

They have never retired any jersey numbers and follow a tradition of not retiring jersey numbers that is shared by four other NFL teams, the Baltimore Ravens, the Dallas Cowboys, and the Houston Texans.


Where do the Las Vegas Raiders play?

Allegiant Stadium, a covered arena in Paradise, Nevada, is where the Las Vegas Raiders have been playing since 2020. The stadium also hosts the UNLV Rebels college football team, the Las Vegas Bowl, and the Vegas Kickoff Classic. The stadium is easy to access for both locals and visitors, it has a climate-controlled and fully enclosed space with a 65,000-seat capacity. The Raiders have played in different stadiums and cities before moving to Allegiant Stadium, like Kezar Stadium and Candlestick Park in San Francisco, Frank Youell Field and Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, and the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles.


Who are the Las Vegas Raiders biggest rivals?

Although the team has been located in three different cities, their main rivals continue to be the same:

  • Kansas City Chiefs: The Chiefs and the Raiders are both members of the AFC West division, and they have been competing for the division title since the AFL days. The Chiefs lead the all-time series against the Raiders 72-54-2 and have won their last five meetings.
  • Denver Broncos: The Broncos are another AFC West rival of the Raiders, and they have also had a fierce competition for the division crown. The rivalry dates back to 1960 when both teams were part of the AFL, and it has been marked by physical and sometimes dirty play on both sides. The series is currently led by the Raiders 72-54-2 and they’ve won their last 7 matchups against the Broncos.
  • Los Angeles Chargers: The Chargers are the third AFC West rival of the Raiders, and they have also had a long and bitter history with them. The rivalry has featured many close and controversial games. The Raiders hold a slight lead over the Chargers in the all-time series, 68-57-2 and they’ve won five of their last 8 matchups. The rivalry was also influenced by the geographic proximity of both teams, as they have both moved from different cities to Los Angeles at some point in their history, with the Chargers moving from San Diego to Los Angeles in 2017, while the Raiders moved from Oakland to Las Vegas in 2020.


What is the Las Vegas Raiders mascot?

Their mascot goes by the name of Raider Rusher. This character originated from the Nickelodeon program "NFL Rush Zone" and was embraced by the Raiders in 2013. Raider Rusher's design doesn't draw inspiration from any specific animal or individual; instead, it resembles a large head donning a football helmet with two swords positioned behind. The mascot is intended to connect with young fans and symbolize the vibrant and adventurous essence of the Raiders.


What are the Las Vegas Raiders colors?

The team proudly wears the colors black, white, and silver, a tradition dating back to 1963 when they were known as the Oakland Raiders. Each of these colors carries distinct meanings:

  • Black embodies the Raiders' fierce and daring spirit, reflecting their devoted fan base. It also symbolizes power, strength, and authority, mirroring the team's aggressive and intimidating style of play.
  • White signifies the team's purity, honesty, and integrity. It is a symbol of peace, harmony, and unity, echoing the Raiders' reputation for respect, sportsmanship toward opponents, and strong team cohesion.
  • Silver represents the team's elegance, sophistication, and prestige. It symbolizes wealth, success, and achievement, aligning with the Raiders' history of championship wins, their lofty standards, and high expectations.
The Raiders' logo prominently features a pirate (raider) donning a helmet with two swords positioned behind. Over the years, the logo has undergone minor font and shape adjustments but has essentially remained consistent. This emblem serves as a reflection of the team's identity and character, epitomizing their nickname, "The Silver and Black." The pirate symbolizes the Raiders' adventurous and rebellious spirit, while the helmet and swords embody their ruggedness and readiness for battle.


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Venue Date Price Tickets Available
US Bank Stadium Aug 10, 2024 From $10 12,342
Allegiant Stadium Parking Lots Aug 17, 2024 From $120 2
Allegiant Stadium Aug 17, 2024 From $143 3,768
Allegiant Stadium Parking Lots Aug 23, 2024 From $113 3
Allegiant Stadium Aug 23, 2024 From $117 4,594
SoFi Stadium Sep 8, 2024 From $156 7,022
M&T Bank Stadium Sep 15, 2024 From $119 4,765
Allegiant Stadium Sep 21, 2024 From $7,898 6
Allegiant Stadium Parking Lots Sep 22, 2024 From $73 4
Allegiant Stadium Sep 22, 2024 From $228 4,039