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1986 Los Angeles Raiders season

 

1986 Los Angeles Raiders season

1986 Los Angeles Raiders season
Head coach Tom Flores
Owner Al Davis
Home field L.A. Memorial Coliseum
Results
Record 8–8
Division place 4th AFC West
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1985      1987 >

The 1986 Los Angeles Raiders season was their 27th in the league. They were unable to improve upon the previous season's output of 12–4, winning only eight games.[1] The team failed to qualify for the playoffs for the first time in five seasons.

The 1986 season was marked by highly competitive games (only three of the Raiders' sixteen regular season games were decided by more than a touchdown). The campaign also marked the end of storied quarterback Jim Plunkett's career.

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 7, 1986 at Denver Broncos L 38–36
75,695
2 September 14, 1986 at Washington Redskins L 10–6
55,235
3 September 21, 1986 New York Giants L 14–9
71,164
4 September 28, 1986 San Diego Chargers W 17–13
63,153
5 October 5, 1986 at Kansas City Chiefs W 24–17
74,430
6 October 12, 1986 Seattle Seahawks W 14–10
70,635
7 October 19, 1986 at Miami Dolphins W 30–28
53,421
8 October 26, 1986 at Houston Oilers W 28–17
41,641
9 November 2, 1986 Denver Broncos L 21–10
90,153
10 November 9, 1986 at Dallas Cowboys W 17–13
61,706
11 November 16, 1986 Cleveland Browns W 27–14
65,461
12 November 20, 1986 at San Diego Chargers W 37–31
56,031
13 November 30, 1986 Philadelphia Eagles L 33–27
53,338
14 December 8, 1986 at Seattle Seahawks L 37–0
62,923
15 December 14, 1986 Kansas City Chiefs L 20–17
60,952
16 December 21, 1986 Indianapolis Colts L 30–24
41,349

Season summary

Week 5: at Kansas City Chiefs

1 2 34Total
Raiders 0 7 14324
Chiefs 10 7 0017

at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri

  • Date: Sunday, October 5
  • Game time: 12:00 p.m.
  • Game weather: 57°F, wind 8 mph
  • Pro-Football-Reference.com

Standings

References

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