Las Vegas RaidersNFLThe Las Vegas Raiders, formerly known as the Oakland Raiders, are a professional American football team based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Founded in 1960, the Raiders became one of the original eight teams in the American Football League (AFL). After the AFL-NFL merger in 1970, they joined the National Football League (NFL), where they have since established themselves as a formidable force in the sport. Throughout their storied history, the Raiders have achieved great success, boasting a proud legacy and passionate fan base. Led by legendary owner Al Davis and renowned coach John Madden, the team experienced a golden era from the 1970s to the 1980s, capturing three Super Bowl championships (in 1976, 1980, and 1983). The dynamic play and fierce determination of their players made the Raiders synonymous with a hard-hitting and aggressive style of football. The franchise has also been associated with some of the game's most iconic figures and notable accomplishments. Notably, wide receiver Fred Biletnikoff, quarterback Ken Stabler, and cornerback Willie Brown have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame for their exceptional contributions to the team. Moreover, the Raiders have produced an impressive list of Rookie of the Year winners, demonstrating their commitment to nurturing emerging talent. Over the years, the Raiders have developed a rich and enduring rivalry with the Kansas City Chiefs, leading to intense matchups that captivate fans across the league. The team's silver and black color scheme, along with their iconic pirate-inspired logo, have become symbols of the Raider Nation, a dedicated fan community that passionately supports their team both at home and on the road. As the Raiders settled into their new home in Las Vegas in 2020, they brought with them a legacy rooted in excellence and a commitment to competitive football. With a history marked by thrilling victories, innovative strategies, and unforgettable moments, the Raiders continue to capture the imagination of football enthusiasts worldwide. Whether on the field or off, the Las Vegas Raiders remain a beacon of excellence in the world of professional football.