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1966 Oakland Raiders season

 

1966 Oakland Raiders season

1966 Oakland Raiders season
Head coach John Rauch
Home field Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Results
Record 8–5–1
Division place 2nd AFL Western
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1965      1967 >

The 1966 Oakland Raiders season began with the team trying to improve on their 8–5–1 record from 1965. The 1966 season was the seventh season in Oakland and in the American Football League. 1966 also saw the team move their home games from Frank Youell Field to the new Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 2, 1966 at Miami Dolphins W 23–14
26,776
2 September 10, 1966 at Houston Oilers L 31–0
31,763
3 September 18, 1966 Kansas City Chiefs L 32–10
50,746
4 September 25, 1966 San Diego Chargers L 29–20
37,183
6 October 9, 1966 Miami Dolphins W 21–10
30,787
7 October 16, 1966 at Kansas City Chiefs W 34–13
33,057
8 October 23, 1966 at New York Jets W 24–21
58,135
9 October 30, 1966 at Boston Patriots L 24–21
26,941
10 November 6, 1966 Houston Oilers W 38–23
34,102
11 November 13, 1966 San Diego Chargers W 41–19
26,230
12 November 20, 1966 at Denver Broncos W 17–3
26,703
13 November 24, 1966 Buffalo Bills L 31–10
36,781
14 December 3, 1966 New York Jets T 28–28
32,144
15 December 11, 1966 at Denver Broncos W 28–10
31,765


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