About Las Vegas Raiders
Las Vegas Raiders Tickets 2020 Season Outlook
Last season did not go according to plan for the Las Vegas Raiders, but this season is filled with promise as well. From Oakland to Las Vegas, the Raiders organization is looking to start fresh. The brand new beautiful Allegiant Stadium will now be the home of the Las Vegas Raiders. Head Coach Jon Gruden focuses his attention on offense, and now he figures to have all the pieces in place to make fans want Las Vegas Raiders tickets. Derek Carr is still the team's quarterback, but running back Josh Jacobs will look to emerge as a leading running back in the league. As for targets, tight end Darren Waller and first round draft choice Henry Ruggs will be the primary choices for Carr this season. Look for the Las Vegas Raiders to be one of the most potent offenses in the league in 2020. Las Vegas Raiders tickets are available now!
History of the Las Vegas Raiders
The Oakland Raiders began play in the American Football League in 1960 and joined the NFL in the AFL-NFL merger of 1970. The Oakland Raiders started as a football club in 1960, after the LA Chargers owner decided he would forfeit his franchise unless a second team was placed on the West Coast. The city of Oakland was awarded the eighth AFL franchise before being adopted to the NFL. The team was originally going to be called the Oakland Señors, but due to local jokes the name was changed to Raiders. The Raiders remained in Oakland from 1960-1981 and then moved to Los Angeles in 1982. From 1982-1994 the team played in Los Angeles until moving back to Oakland in 1995. Over the years, the Silver and Black Raiders have won 12 division titles and three out of four Super Bowls, winning in Super Bowls XI, XV, XVIII. The Raiders have had numerous Hall of Famers including John Madden, Marcus Allen, Dave Casper, Howie Long, Art Shell, Gene Upshaw, George Blanda and Jim Otto. The Raiders culture is a unique experience in the NFL, with former owner Al Davis coining many iconic slogans such as: "Pride and Poise," "Commitment to Excellence," and "Just Win, Baby". Along with the quotable Davis, is the diehard fans referred to as Raider Nation. Raider Nation is not just known for their rowdy behavior, tailgating, facemasks, and black outfits but also for the "Black Hole", a specific area of the Coliseum where the most rowdy and fervent fans sit.
In 2020, there will be a new history to write for one of the storied franchises in the NFL. The Raiders have moved to Las Vegas and will now play as the Las Vegas Raiders. It came as a shock to every Raider fan across the country but most seem optimistic about the fresh start the team now has. Las Vegas Raiders tickets instantly become one of the hottest tickets in the league when the move was announced. The state-of-the-art Allegiant Stadium will be filled on a weekly basis. The massive structure is a sight to behold and a fitting home stadium for a team like the Las Vegas Raiders.