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It's good to be a Raiders fan in 2016. QB Derek Carr leads the Silver and Black offense featuring Michael Crabtree, Amari Cooper, and Latavius Murray. Khalil Mack holds down a talented Raiders defense with support from top veterans, like Reggie Nelson. With the Raiders offense and defense clicking, expect Oakland to make a run at the AFC West title and NFL playoffs. Now's your chance to get Raiders tickets to catch the action live. Get your Oakland Raiders tickets for home games at O.co Coliseum today and be a part of one of the wildest atmospheres in sports.
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Despite last weekend’s crushing defeat against conference rivals the Denver Broncos, the Oakland Raiders have managed to eke their way into the NFL Playoffs. It won’t be an easy road, however, because their only home game could be the AFC Championship on January 22. First, they will head to Houston to take on Brock Osweiler and the rest of the Texans at NRG Stadium in the Wild Card Round. The winner moves onto a brutal matchup against Kansas City at Arrowhead Stadium. Be there to cheer on Derek Carr and the Raiders this Saturday, January 7 in Houston, Texas. Tickets are currently on sale for prices as low as $75.
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Raider Nation is back in full force, and the Oakland Raiders are headed to the NFL playoffs. The Raiders are 12-3 and will win the AFC West with a victory at Denver on Jan. 1 or with a Kansas City loss in its last game. Kansas City owns the tie-breaker between the two, as the Chiefs swept the two-game regular season series. The Raiders have had their struggles over the years, having failed to reach the postseason every year since 2002 when it won the AFC championship and lost in the Super Bowl to Tampa Bay. In fact, prior to this season, the Raiders hadn’t posted a winning season since that AFC title team went 11-5.

For the first time all season, Derek Carr and the Oakland Raiders did not look like a playoff-caliber team. Playing against the Kansas City Chiefs on December 8, Carr failed to throw a touchdown and the team only managed 177 yards through the air. The blistering cold at Arrowhead may have had something to do with the poor play, but there were also some clear mental mistakes, such as Amari Cooper failing to locate a pass that would have been a sure touchdown if he’d managed to bring it down. The Raiders will look to finish the season strong with a final home game against the Colts on December 24. Tickets start as low as $117.

The Oakland Raiders let a big lead slip away against the Carolina Panthers on November 27. After being up by multiple touchdowns for most of the first half, Oakland gave up 18 unanswered points. When the going got tough, however, David Carr got going, and the young QB continued his stellar season by driving the Raiders down the field in the final minutes to set up a game-winning field goal. Oakland is looking to win the AFC West for the first time in more than a decade, and the team will have a chance to wrap things up at home on Christmas Eve when the Raiders host the Colts. Tickets for that game start as low as $133.

The Oakland Raiders beat the Denver Broncos on November 6, bringing their record this season to 7-2. The Raiders started out strong and went on to easily win 30-20. Latavius Murray had three touchdowns and ran for 114 yards. Derek Carr also had a good game with no turnovers, 20 of 31 completed passes and a total of 184 yards. This was the first time in decades the Raiders hosted a primetime Sunday night game, and the crowd was excited to be a part of it. With a strong start, the team really came through and delivered to the crowd. The Raiders next play the Texans on Monday, November 21, in Mexico City, and you can still get tickets for $378 and up.

The Oakland Raiders finally did it! They defeated the Denver Broncos in a rivalry match at home. Although it may not sound like a huge feat, this is the first time Oakland has defeated Denver at O.CO Coliseum in five years. The victory was due largely in part to quarterback Derek Carr, who looked phenomenal as he threw pass after pass. Oakland is now number one in the AFC West Division, a fact that is hard to believe for many fans. The Raiders are on bye this week, but will return to O.CO for a clash with the Carolina Panthers next Sunday. Tickets are currently on sale and available for $133.

The Oakland Raiders haven’t looked this good in many, many years. Right now the California team is leading the way in the AFC West division with five wins and two losses. They are tied for first with the Broncos percentage wise, but have the top spot because they defeated the Denver team. Last week the Raiders stormed the field to play against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Crabtree pulled down some tough passes, completing 96 receiving yards to lead the Raiders to the 33-16 win over the Jaguars. Get your tickets today to see what’s going to happen when the Raiders take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on October 30.

Amidst continuing rumors that the Oakland Raiders could soon be moving their franchise to Las Vegas, the Raiders are struggling in the middle of a competitive NFL season. Following a 26-10 loss to Kansas City last week, it is starting to seem that the players could be just as distracted by the potential move as the fans are. Sluggish players and sloppy defense are issues that Oakland must address in practice this week before heading into Week 7’s match against the Jaguars. That game will take place at EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Florida, this Sunday, Oct. 23. Great seats are just a few clicks away! Our prices start at $31.

The Oakland Raiders nudged past the Chargers for a 34-31 victory at home on October 9. Derek Carr completed 25 of 40 passes for a total of 317 yards and two touchdowns. It was a close game that went back and forth until the Raiders scored late in the game and took control with just two minutes left. The Raiders initially got ahead late in the third quarter on a fourth and 2 at the 21 when they passed for a touchdown and completed a 2-point conversion. The Raiders will look to add another victory to their 4-1 record when they host the Chiefs on October 16. There is still time to get tickets, with prices starting at $90.

The Oakland Raiders are clearly better on the road! Last week, they secured their third straight victory by beating the Baltimore Ravens 28 - 27 at M&T Bank Stadium. It was a devastating blow for the home crowd, as the defeat came down to the last minutes of the game. Oakland fans know how that feels, as the Raiders lost their only home game of the season against the Atlanta Falcons. Everyone is about to find out if the trend holds true on October 9, when Derek Carr and the Raiders take on Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers. The Chargers have looked shaky in recent matchups, which bodes well for Oakland. Tickets are $100 and up.

The Oakland Raiders beat the Titans by a touchdown on Sunday, September 25. The defense had a good game, making some big plays to assist in the win. They had one sack and forced the Titans to have three turnovers. This was important, since they had allowed more yards in their first two games than any other team since 1940. They were ahead through the whole game and were in control by the second quarter. Derek Carr had 21 out of 35 completed passes for 249 yards and one touchdown. The Raiders head to Baltimore to play the Ravens on October 2. There is still time to get your tickets, with prices starting at $52.

While there are a lot of things that can be debated after the first week of the NFL season, there is no question as to which coach made the gutsiest call. With 47 seconds left to play, the Oakland Raiders scored a touchdown, bringing them within one point of the New Orleans Saints. Instead of tying the game with a standard PAT, Raiders coach Jack Del Rio decided to go for the win with a two-point conversion. The risky call paid off and Oakland went on to win the game 35-34. The Raiders first divisional home game will be against the San Diego Chargers on October 9, and tickets for that game start as low as $91.

A lot of people have gotten used to counting the Oakland Raiders out, but that might be a big mistake in 2016. The rest of the AFC West is full of question marks and the Raiders have a quarterback in David Carr that might be the answer to so many seasons of offensive ineptitude. Amari Cooper is a legitimate star receiver, and if Latavius Murray can stay healthy and get the blocking he needs, he has the athletic ability to be one of the best backs in the league. People might assume the Atlanta Falcons are the better team, but don’t be surprised if the Raiders come out with a win when the Dirty Birds come to Oakland on September 18. Tickets for that game start at $121.

Is this the year for the Oakland Raiders? Fans who show up to the Black Hole for every home game have been waiting for this team to turn things around for years, and the Raiders have been inching towards that breakout season. David Carr has established a relationship with his receiving corps and the young group showed poise throughout the preseason. Now it’s time for the defensive unit to start playing as a team so they don’t put the offense in an early hole. The Raiders’ first home game will be against an excellent offensive team when the Atlanta Falcons come to town on September 18. Tickets for that game start as low as $123.

Training camp is a wrap for the Oakland Raiders, and now it’s up to Coach Jack Del Rio and the rest of the team management to finalize the 53-man roster. Del Rio has plenty to keep in mind—quarterback Derek Carr, corners TJ Carrie and Kenneth Durden, kicker Giorgio Tavecchio and linebacker Daren Bates all put on great performances at camp. It seems that team staff also performed well; whether players were there for their first or twentieth time, all spoke very positively about the experience. Hopefully the lessons learned and the progress made this offseason will prove fruitful as the Raiders get ready for the regular season. Tickets for Green Bay versus Oakland on Thursday, Aug. 18, are on sale now starting at $28 apiece.

It’s off to the races for the 2016 NFL preseason, and things so far have gone smoothly for the Oakland Raiders. Their first preseason game of the year ended in a 31-10 victory over the Arizona Cardinals, a promising start after an offseason spent rebuilding the team’s defense. Unfortunately, Mario Edwards strained a hip during the game and will miss 4-6 weeks as he recovers. Tight end Gabe Holmes was also injured, likely for the remainder of the season. Up next, the Raiders will head to Lambeau Field to face the Green Bay Packers in Cheesehead country. Tickets to Thursday’s game (Aug. 18) are available from us now starting at just $23 each!

It’s never too soon to get excited about football season, especially when the first pre-season games are only two months away! The Oakland Raiders will kick off their 2016-2017 NFL season on Saturday, August 27, when they host the Tennessee Titans at O.CO Coliseum. You can secure your spot at the opening game for as little as $14. The Raiders will play their first official home game of the regular season on Sunday, September 18 when they play the Atlanta Falcons. Tickets to the first match of the regular season are currently available for purchase starting at prices as low as $92. Buy yours now and be there for all the action!
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