Oakland Raiders

The Oakland Raiders are members of the Western Division, AFC int the NFL. They started to play in 1960 as a charter team of the AFL. They joined the NFL as part of the NFL/AFL merger. Since becoming an NFL team they have won twelve division titles and three Super Bowls. (They also made it to two other Super Bowls that they didn't win.) 13 former Raiders have made it into the Football Hall of Fame. In 1982 the manager moved the Radiers to Los Angeles. A few years later they were back in Oakland. The Radiers have a mascot in terms of a logo but no mascot costumes will be found on their sidelines.

Location-Oakland, California
Claim to Fame-Al Davis was brought to the team as head coach and general manager, and from 1963 until 2002 the team had only seven losing seasons. He also initiated the use of team Slogans such as "Pride and Poise," "Commitment to Excellence," and "Just Win, Baby"—all of which are now registered trademarks.
Fast Fact-The Oakland Raiders were originally named the Oakland Seniors thanks to fan voting.
Another Fast Fact-Because of the Radier's color scheme, their "Color" uniform is in Black and White.

The Oakland Raiders are one of Five NFL teams that does not have a mascot. The other Four are the Rams, Packers, Jets, and Giants.