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2003 Oakland Raiders season

2003 Oakland Raiders season
Head coach Bill Callahan
Home field Network Associates Coliseum
Results
Record 4–12
Division place 4th AFC West
Playoff finish did not qualify
Pro Bowlers None
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 2002      2004 >

The 2003 Oakland Raiders season was the teams's 44th, and 34th in the National Football League. The Raiders entered 2003 as defending AFC Champions, but they were unable to improve upon their previous season's output of 11–5, instead winning only four games.[1]

Quarterback Rich Gannon who had been the league MVP the previous season, injured his shoulder in Week Seven, and was put on injured reserve for the reminder of the season. He was replaced by Marques Tuiasosopo and Rick Mirer.

The team had a five game losing streak in the middle of the season where they lost seven games by a touchdown or less. Their 4–12 record tied them with the Chargers, Giants, and Cardinals as the worst team in football in 2003. For this, Raiders owner Al Davis fired head coach Bill Callahan and replaced him with Norv Turner.

Personnel

Staff

2003 Oakland Raiders staff

Head Coaches

Offensive Coaches

 

Defensive Coaches

  • Defensive Coordinator – Chuck Bresnahan
  • Defensive Line – Mike Waufle
  • Linebackers – Fred Pagac
  • Defensive Backs – Ron Lynn
  • Quality Control/Defense – Chris Griswold
  • Quality Control/Defense – Don Martin
  • Squad Development – Willie Brown

Special Teams Coaches

Strength and Conditioning

  • Strength and Conditioning – Tim Adams

Roster

2003 Oakland Raiders roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Tight Ends

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result TV Time Attendance
1 September 7, 2003 at Tennessee Titans L 25–20 ESPN 5:30pm
68,809
2 September 14, 2003 Cincinnati Bengals W 23–20 CBS 1:15pm
50,135
3 September 22, 2003 at Denver Broncos L 31–10 ABC 6:00pm
76,753
4 September 28, 2003 San Diego Chargers W 34–31 (OT) CBS 1:15pm
54,078
5 October 5, 2003 at Chicago Bears L 24–21 CBS 10:00am
61,099
6 October 12, 2003 at Cleveland Browns L 13–7 CBS 10:00am
73,318
7 October 20, 2003 Kansas City Chiefs L 17–10 ABC 6:00pm
62,391
8 Bye
9 November 2, 2003 at Detroit Lions L 23–13 CBS 10:00am
61,561
10 November 9, 2003 New York Jets L 27–24 CBS 1:15pm
51,909
11 November 16, 2003 Minnesota Vikings W 28–18 FOX 1:15pm
56,653
12 November 23, 2003 at Kansas City Chiefs L 27–24 CBS 1:15pm
78,889
13 November 30, 2003 Denver Broncos L 22–8 CBS 1:15pm
57,201
14 December 7, 2003 at Pittsburgh Steelers L 27–7 CBS 10:00am
53,079
15 December 14, 2003 Baltimore Ravens W 20–12 CBS 1:15pm
45,398
16 December 22, 2003 Green Bay Packers L 41–7 ABC 6:00pm
62,298
17 December 28, 2003 at San Diego Chargers L 21–14 CBS 1:15pm
62,222

Standings

AFC West
W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
Kansas City Chiefs 13 3 0 .813 5–1 10–2 484 332 W1
Denver Broncos 10 6 0 .625 5–1 9–3 381 301 L1
Oakland Raiders 4 12 0 .250 1–5 3–9 270 379 L2
San Diego Chargers 4 12 0 .250 1–5 2–10 313 441 W1

References

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