Mark van Eeghen – RB 1974-81 The Raiders drafted the Colgate product in the 3rd round of the 1974 NFL Draft. He played in 112 games with 87 starts and gained 5,907 yards on 1,475 attempts with 35 TDs. He also caught 162 passes for 1,467 yards and 3 TDs. He was a key fixture on several playoff teams and was a major contributor to the Raiders Super Bowl wins after the 1976 and 1980 seasons.
This framed Oakland Raiders poster celebrates each of their Super Bowl wins. Our Oakland Raiders Championship banner includes the team logo, photo of their home stadium and their Super Bowl Championship years.
Tom Flores -QB- 1960-61, 1963-66 Flores was part of the trade that brought QB Daryle Lamonica to Oakland from Buffalo. Flores led the Silver and Black to two Super Bowl wins as head coach - Super Bowl XV over Philadelphia and Super Bowl XVIII over Washington. He was a member of John Madden's staff and was an assistant coach during the Raiders Super Bowl XI victory. Flores won 83 games as head coach of the Raiders from 1980-87.
While the Oakland Raiders have struggled in recent history, they were once one of the most feared teams in the NFL, which led them to three Super Bowl wins. Raider Nation is also regarded as the most intimidating fan base in the NFL.::
Jim Plunkett The Stanford grad would have a statistically subpar career, throwing 164 TDs and 198 picks, and a QB rating of 67.5. That said, Plunkett was able to lead the Raiders to Super Bowl wins in 1980 and 1983, and was the MVP of the first game. In his career, Plunkett never made a Pro Bowl and was 72-72 as a starter.
Flores was part of the trade that brought QB Daryle Lamonica to Oakland from Buffalo. He won his first Super Bowl title as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs as a backup QB in 1969. Flores led the Silver and Black to two Super Bowl wins as head coach – Super Bowl XV over Philadelphia and Super Bowl XVIII over Washington.