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EricAllen21


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 05, 2013 8:26 pm    Post subject: All Time Raider 53 man roster Reply with quote

QB
Ken Stabler
Why He's On The List: "The Snake" holds the franchise record in throwing yards and touchdowns and was elected to four Pro Bowls. Stabler led the Raiders to a victory in Super Bowl XI and was the NFL MVP in 1974

Jim Plunkett
He was the starting quarterback on the Raiders for two of their Super Bowl victories. Plunkett is fourth in franchise history in pass yards

Rich Gannon
Gannon was selected to four straight Pro Bowls and was awarded with the NFL MVP award. He's second in franchise history in passing yardage.

Daryle Lamonica
"The Mad Bomber" has the highest winning percentage in AFL history and the second highest in NFL history. Lamonica was named MVP twice during his Raider days.

RB
Marcus Allen
He's first in franchise history in rushing yards and touchdowns by a wide margin. Allen was elected to five Pro Bowls as a Raiders and named the Super Bowl MVP of Super Bowl XVIII.

Mark Van Eeghen
He's the Raiders second all-time leading rusher. He was a huge part in two of the Raiders Super Bowl titles.

Clem Davis
Davis rushed for 137 yards in the Raiders Super Bowl XI victory. He was in the middle of many of the most memorable moments in franchise history.

HB/FB
Bo Jackson
Freak of nature could play anywhere. Would be the great Raider if he wasn't hurt


WR
Tim Brown
He holds the franchise record for receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns by a large margin. Brown was elected to nine Pro Bowls during his career with the Raiders.

Freddie Biletnikoff
Why He's On The List: He's second in franchise history in receiving yards and touchdowns. Biletnikoff was elected to the Pro Bowl six times and was the Super Bowl MVP in Super Bowl

Cliff Branch
Branch was with the Raiders for all three of their Super Bowl victories. He's third in franchise history in receiving yards and touchdowns and was elected to four Pro Bowls in his career.

Warren Wells
While with the Raiders, with mostly Daryle Lamonica as his quarterback, he was one of the dangerous wide receivers in the league,[1][2] finishing with over 20 yards per catch in all four seasons.[3] In 1969, he led the AFL in yards received (1260), yards per catch (a whopping 26.Cool, and touchdowns (14). He also led the AFL in touchdowns in 1968 (11), as well as finishing 4th in yards received (1137). He was an AFL All-Star in 1968 and an AFC-NFC All-Pro in 1970. Wells held the career NFL record in yards per catch (23.1) up to the date of a change in NFL guidelines, currently a mimimum 200 career receptions,[4] Wells falling short at 158.

Art Powell
Powell remains the Raiders seventh all-time leading receiver, scoring 50 touchdowns during his four seasons with Oakland. With five seasons of over 1,000 receiving yards, he earned American Football League All-Star accolades for four straight years and was among a select group that was chosen on the All-Time All-AFL Team.
TE:
Todd Christensen
He was elected to five Pro Bowls and won two Super Bowls with the Raiders. Christiansen is the franchise's all-time leading tight end in catches, receiving yards, and touchdowns.

Dave Casper
"The Ghost" was a major part of the Raiders Super Bowl XI victory. He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame and five Pro Bowls.

Raymond Chester
He was elected to four Pro Bowls during his time with the Raiders. He also started on their Super Bowl XL winning squad.


T
Art Shell
He played in eight Pro Bowls in a Raiders uniform. He played all of his 15 years in Oakland and was a major part of two Raiders Super Bowl victories.

Henry Lawrence
He played on all three Raiders Super Bowl winning teams. Lawrence was a Pro Bowler twice during his 13-year career with the team.

Lincoln Kennedy
He was elected to three Pro Bowls as a Raider and was a major part of the Super Bowl XXXVII team. He was named the Tuesday Morning Quarterback Non-QB Non-RB NFL MVP Award Winner in 2002.

Harry Schuh
He was elected to the All-Star/Pro Bowl team three consecutive years. Schuh played on the Raiders' first Super Bowl squad and was elected to the franchise's all-time team.

G
Gene Upshaw
“Uptown Gene” went to six straight Pro Bowls from 1972-1976 and has been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. More importantly, he played for the Raiders for 15 years and was a major part of two Super Bowl victories.

Don Mosebar
He was elected to three Pro Bowls during his career. Mosebar was the leader of an offensive line that also included Pro Bowlers Steve Wisniewski and Max Montoya.

Steve Wisniewski
"Wiz" made the Pro Bowl eight times in a Raiders uniform. He played his entire 13-year career with the team.

George Buehler
Buehler started on the Raiders Super Bowl XI team. He suited up in a Raider uniform for a decade.

C
Jim Otto
Otto was an AFL All-Star/Pro Bowler for 13 straight seasons. He played all of his 15 years with the Raiders and was elected into the Hall of Fame.

Dave Dalby
He was the starting center on all three Raiders Super Bowl winning teams. He played for them all 14 years he was in the NFL.

DE
Howie Long
He was a major part of the Raiders Super Bowl XVIII winning team. He's second on the team's all-time sack list and was elected to eight Pro Bowls.

Greg Townsend
Townsend is the Raiders all-time sack leader. He was voted an All-Pro four times in Los Angeles.

Otis Sistrunk
The man from the "University of Mars" was part of the Raiders Super Bowl XI squad. He was also elected to one Pro Bowl.

Ben Davidson
He was another player who played a big part in the Raiders earning that "bad boys" persona. Davidson was elected to the All-Star team three times.

DT
Chester McGlockton
He is fifth on the Raiders all-time sack list. McGlockton was elected to four Pro Bowls in a Raiders uniform.

Darrell Russell
second overall selection in the 1997 draft. In five short years with the Raiders, the last two of which were mired with a drug suspension, Russell had 28.5 sacks, quite a feat when you consider he lined up inside at defensive tackle.Russell possessed the size and speed the Raiders covet at pretty much any position. He had the ability to take over games by causing havoc in opponents' backfields. He was named to two Pro Bowls and one All-Pro team.Russell passed away in 2005.

Bill Pickel
s a second round draft pick of the Raiders in 1983, Pickel overcame injuries to win a Super Bowl as a rookie, and was a sack threat during the early part of his career with the Raiders, making the 1985 All-Pro team. He is currently 98th in career sacks with 56. A standout player, Pickel played nearly every Raider defensive snap in 1984 and 1985. He had a distinct 4-point stance, placing two hands down instead of the usual one

Tommy Kelly 8 year Raider
420 tackles
Sacks 34.5
Forced fumbles 9
Interceptions 1
Mean Tommy Kelly was a bright spot during dark days


LB
Rod Martin
He started on two of the Raiders Super Bowl winning teams. Martin was elected to two Pro Bowls during his 12 seasons with the team.

Ted Hendricks
The NFL's all-time leader in blocked field goals was elected to five Pro Bowls with the Raiders. He played a major role in all three Raiders championships.

Dan Conners
He was a leader of the Raiders "11 angry men" defense. Conners was voted on three consecutive All-Star teams.

Phil Villapiano
He played on the Raiders Super Bowl XI team. Villapiano was elected to four Pro Bowls in Oakland.

Matt Millen
He was a part of two of the Raiders Super Bowl teams. Millen was a part of one of the greatest line backing cores in NFL history.

Gus Otto
He played for the Raiders his entire football career. Otto was on the Raiders Super Bowl II squad.

CB
Willie Brown
He was a major contributor to the Raiders Super Bowl XI team and was elected to seven All-Star/Pro Bowl teams. Brown is tied for the most interceptions in franchise history.

Chuck Haynes
Haynes was elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He went to three Pro Bowls as a Raider as he played opposite Lester Hayes during the team's XVIII Super Bowl run.

Lester Hayes
"The Judge" is tied for the most interceptions in Raiders history and has the most in a single season with 13. He was elected to five Pro Bowls and was a two-time Super Bowl Champion with the team.

Terry McDaniel
He's third on the franchise's all-time interceptions list. McDaniel was elected to five Pro Bowls in a Raiders uniform.

Nnamdi Asmougha
He has been known as the best cornerback in the NFL for much of his career. He's been elected to the Pro Bowl four straight times.

Eric Allen- savy vet was one of the best free agent signings of all time

FS
Charles Woodson
He was elected to four straight Pro Bowls as a Raider. Woodson was a major part of the team's 2002 Super Bowl run. Great corner, came back as a Safety and lead the the Rebirth of the Raiders

Dave Grayson
He is the AFL's all-time leader in interceptions. Grayson was elected to three All-Star teams as a Raider.


SS
George Atkinson
He's tied for fifth on the Raiders all-time interception list with Jack Tatum. He's a two-time AFL All-Star.

Jack Tatum
"The Assassin" is known as one of the hardest hitters in league history. He was elected to three Pro Bowls during his time in Oakland.

P
Ray Guy

K
George Blanda, Sebestian Janikowski

*Information courtesy of David Daniels

How does you 53 all time Raider roster look like
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 05, 2013 9:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Are we only going off of how well they played while in Oakland, or at any point in their career? If it is the latter, then Rice and Moss would be 1 and 2 on the WR list.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 06, 2013 12:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bo Jackson at FB?? GTFO. What a joke.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 06, 2013 4:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have to question Woodson being listed as a FS. His first tenure here, he was a CB who dabbled in punt returns, receiving, and VERY rarely, a bit of a DB roamer. But he was never a FS. I feel like you're squeezing him (and Bo) into places just so they can also make your team.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 06, 2013 10:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The dawggy is just mad because his dreamboat didn't make your team!
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 06, 2013 10:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'd say Have Allen, Jackson and Kaufman (or Garner) at RB and Van Eeghan/Crockett and Reece at FB.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 06, 2013 11:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

CrapTakula wrote:
The dawggy is just mad because his dreamboat didn't make your team!


He'd make MY team, and that's all that matters.

Then again, I'd probably sneak Vince Evans on there too.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2013 7:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Vann McElroy at FS would be my first change, dude wasn't HoF but very good.

It isn't "Chuck Haynes", it's "Mike Haynes".

DEs: Long, Townsend, Matuszak, Davidson; DTs: Alzado, Pickel, Sistrunk, Kinlaw.

STs: Derrick Jensen (sp), RAIDERS STs captain.

RBs: Marcus Allen and Bo Jackson

FBs: Mark Van Eeghan and Jon Ritchie

QBs: Stabler, Plunkett, Gannon

If you want to make it easy just give me the '83 RAIDERS defense, there's half your 53 man roster. Twisted Evil
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 11:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

And who the heck is Clem Davis???

Are you talking about Clarence Davis of the 70s or Clem Daniels of the 60s?
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