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1995 Oakland Raiders season

 

1995 Oakland Raiders season

1995 Oakland Raiders season
Head coach Mike White
General manager Al Davis
Owner Al Davis
Home field Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Results
Record 8–8–0
Division place 4th AFC West
Playoff finish did not qualify
Pro Bowlers Tim Brown, WR

Steve Wisniewski, G

Chester McGlockton, DT

Terry McDaniel, CB

Timeline
Previous season      Next season
1994      1996 >

The 1995 Oakland Raiders season was the Raiders' first season since returning to Oakland. While the Raiders raced out to an impressive 8-2 start, a number of key injuries (including the loss of starting quarterback Jeff Hostetler) caused them to lose their final six games and miss the playoffs.

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 3, 1995 San Diego Chargers W 17–7
50,323
2 September 10, 1995 at Washington Redskins W 20–8
54,548
3 September 17, 1995 at Kansas City Chiefs L 23–17
78,696
4 September 24, 1995 Philadelphia Eagles W 48–17
48,875
5 October 1, 1995 at New York Jets W 47–10
68,941
6 October 8, 1995 Seattle Seahawks W 34–14
50,213
7 October 16, 1995 at Denver Broncos L 27–0
75,491
8 October 22, 1995 Indianapolis Colts W 30–17
53,543
9 Bye
10 November 5, 1995 at Cincinnati Bengals W 20–17
51,265
11 November 12, 1995 at New York Giants W 17–13
71,160
12 November 19, 1995 Dallas Cowboys L 34–21
54,092
13 November 27, 1995 at San Diego Chargers L 12–6
60,607
14 December 3, 1995 Kansas City Chiefs L 29–23
53,930
15 December 10, 1995 Pittsburgh Steelers L 29–10
53,516
16 December 17, 1995 at Seattle Seahawks L 44–10
58,428
17 December 24, 1995 Denver Broncos L 31–28
50,074

Game summaries

Week 1

1 234Total
Chargers 0 700 7
• Raiders 0 7100 17
  • Date: September 3
  • Location: Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland, California
  • Game weather: 63°F, wind 11

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Standings

AFC West
W L T PCT PF PA
Kansas City Chiefs 13 3 0 .813 358 241
San Diego Chargers 9 7 0 .563 321 323
Seattle Seahawks 8 8 0 .500 363 366
Denver Broncos 8 8 0 .500 388 345
Oakland Raiders 8 8 0 .500 348 332

References


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