Las Vegas Raiders Super Bowl LVII Betting

Las Vegas Raiders NFL Betting

Las Vegas Raiders NFL Betting

Despite being forced to fire head coach Jon Gruden because of comments he made on emails that were part of an NFL investigation, the Raiders made the 2021 NFL Playoffs. Still, it was not enough for interim head coach rich Bisaccia to earn the full-time gig. Owner Mark Davis chose to remake his front office and coaching staff by hiring general manager Dave Ziegler and head coach Josh McDaniels.

McDaniels arrives after two highly successful stints as offensive coordinator of the New England Patriots. Sandwiched between those two tenures was a disastrous stint as head coach of the Denver Broncos. McDaniels apologists say that he was too young and immature to have been a head coach at that time. Raiders fans are hoping that is the case, especially considering the spotty record of the Bill Belichick coaching tree.

NFL Futures Betting Odds

To win Super Bowl LVII: +3708

To win AFC Conference: +1900

To win AFC West Division: +615

NFL Week 1 Betting Odds

Las Vegas Raiders +3.5

Los Angeles Chargers -3.5

Total: 52.5

*Odds as of June, 2022

Las Vegas Raiders Schedule & Results

WEEK MATCHUP RESULT RECORD
Week 1 at Los Angeles Chargers - -
Week 2 vs. Arizona Cardinals - -
Week 3 at Tennessee Titans - -
Week 4 vs. Denver Broncos - -
Week 5 at Kansas City Chiefs - -
Week 6 BYE
Week 7 vs. Houston Texans - -
Week 8 at New Orleans Saints - -
Week 9 at Jacksonville Jaguars - -
Week 10 vs. Indianapolis Colts - -
Week 11 at Denver Broncos - -
Week 12 at Seattle Seahawks - -
Week 13 vs. Los Angeles Chargers - -
Week 14 at Los Angeles Rams - -
Week 15 vs. New England Patriots - -
Week 16 at Pittsburgh Steelers - -
Week 17 vs. San Francisco 49ers - -
Week 18 vs. Kansas City Chiefs - -

In week five, the Raiders have a high-profile week five ESPN Monday Night Football appearance at the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs and Raiders had one of the hottest rivalries in sports history from 1966 through 1973, and it reverberates to this day. The fact that both teams are contenders will add to the excitement.

In week 14, the Raiders have a Thursday night Prime Video date at the Los Angeles Rams. The Following week is an NBC Sunday Night Football game against McDaniels’ old team, the New England Patriots. And then, in week 16, the Raiders are at the Pittsburgh Steelers on NFL Network in a Christmas Eve prime time special.

Las Vegas Raiders Past Seasons (2000)

YEAR RECORD PLAYOFFS
2021 10-7 Lost Wild Card Round
2020 8-8 None
2019 7-9 None
2018 4-12 None
2017 6-10 None
2016 12-4 Lost Wild Card Round
2015 7-9 None
2014 3-13 None
2013 4-12 None
2012 4-12 None
2011 8-8 None
2010 8-8 None
2009 5-11 None
2008 5-11 None
2007 4-12 None
2006 2-14 None
2005 4-12 None
2004 5-11 None
2003 4-12 None
2002 11-5 Lost Super Bowl
2001 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
2000 12-4 Lost Conference Championship

Once upon a time, the Las Vegas Raiders were the winningest franchise in professional sports. From 1967 through 2002, the Raiders had the highest winning percentage of all teams in the major professional sports. During that time, the Raiders won three Super Bowl championships and threatened for several more.

Just as incredible are the humble beginnings of the franchise. The Raiders were born in 1960 as charter members of the American Football League. They have been in the same AFC West division with the Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers, and Denver Broncos from the start of operations.

In the Raiders' early years were heavy losses on the field and the balance sheet. The team nearly folded on multiple occasions. But in 1963, Al Davis was the dynamic leader that changed everything.

Davis took over as head coach and general manager in 1963 and improved the Raiders from 1-13 to 10-4 as a rookie. Davis changed the team colors to silver and black and made the team in his image.

However, the final years of the Davis era were sad and pathetic. The Raiders turned into consistently big losers and played before a dilapidated and half-empty Oakland Coliseum. When Al Davis died, the team passed to his son Mark. Knowing he needed a jolt of increased revenue to survive, Mark Davis moved the team to Las Vegas and sparking new Allegiant Stadium in 2020.

With a playoff berth last year, the Raiders are optimistic about their future in Sin City and with new head coach Josh McDaniels.

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