It was an exciting year for the Oakland Raiders, as the 2016 season was filled with a lot of emotion, highlights, and memories. For the first time in 14 years, the Silver and Black returned to the postseason, and gave fans something to be fired up about after completing an impressive 12-4 regular season. Following the conclusion of the Raiders season, here’s a look back at all of the Sounds of the Game.
Back in Week 1, quarterback Derek Carr lifted the team to victory with a game-winning two-point conversion.
The Silver and Black hosted the Atlanta Falcons in their first home game of the season at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.
The Raiders faced off against former Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota and the Tennessee Titans.
Carr put on another impressive performance as the team defeated the Baltimore Ravens.
The Raiders pulled off some late-game heroics against the San Diego Chargers to cap off the 34-31 victory.
In Week 6, the Raiders fell to their division rival the Kansas City Chiefs.
The offense got to work against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and finished the day by scoring 33 points.
Not only did Carr throw for 500-plus yards against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but threw a game-winning touchdown in overtime as well.
On Sunday Night Football, the Raiders hosted the Denver Broncos in what was an all-around successful performance from the team.
The Silver and Black traveled south to square off against the Houston Texans in Mexico City at Estadio Azteca.
Defensive end Khalil Mack completed a strip-sack, pick-six, and fumble recovery against Cam Newton.
Against the Buffalo Bills No. 52 was clutch again with another strip-sack to seal the win.For Thursday Night Football, the Raiders kicked off against the Chiefs in Kansas City, MO.Carr led the team to his seventh fourth quarter comeback of the season when the team played the Chargers in Week 15.
Week 16 was a bittersweet one, as the Raiders got the win, but lost their signal-caller.
In the regular season finale, the Silver and Black fell to the Broncos 24-6.
For the AFC Wild Card round of the playoffs, rookie quarterback Connor Cook made his first career start, but couldn’t come away with the “W”.