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1962 Oakland Raiders season

1962 Oakland Raiders season
Head coach Red Conkright
Home field Frank Youell Field
Results
Record 1–13–0
Division place 4th AFL Western
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1961      1963 >

The 1962 Oakland Raiders season began with the team trying to improve on their 2–12 record from 1961. The 1962 season was the third season in Oakland and in the American Football League. It ended with the Raiders finishing in last place in the AFL West. They won only one game and lost 13 while playing their home games at Frank Youell Field in Oakland.

Oakland's 0.071 winning percentage in 1962 is the lowest in the history of the American Football League.

Season schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 9, 1962 New York Titans L 28–17
12,893
2 September 23, 1962 Dallas Texans L 26–16
12,500
3 September 30, 1962 San Diego Chargers L 42–33
13,000
4 October 5, 1962 at Denver Broncos L 44–7
22,452
5 October 14, 1962 Denver Broncos L 23–6
7,000
6 October 20, 1962 at Buffalo Bills L 14–6
21,037
7 October 26, 1962 at Boston Patriots L 26–16
12,514
8 November 4, 1962 at New York Titans L 31–21
18,247
9 November 11, 1962 Houston Oilers L 28–20
11,000
10 November 18, 1962 Buffalo Bills L 10–6
12,500
11 November 25, 1962 at Dallas Texans L 35–7
13,557
12 December 2, 1962 at San Diego Chargers L 31–21
17,874
13 December 9, 1962 at Houston Oilers L 32–17
27,400
14 December 16, 1962 Boston Patriots W 20–0
8,000

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