The 1976 Oakland Raiders season was the team's 17th season, and 7th in the National Football League. After having appeared in the three previous AFC Championship Games – and having lost all three—the 1976 Raiders finally won the conference championship, and went on to win their first Super Bowl. On March 30, 2012, the 1976 Oakland Raiders were named the greatest team of all time by NFL.com's "Bracketology"; a 15-day, 6 round fan vote tournament that features the 64 greatest teams from the Super Bowl era. Oakland beat the 2000 Baltimore Ravens in the final round by a .8% margin.

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  • The 1976 Oakland Raiders season was the team's 17th season, and 7th in the National Football League. After having appeared in the three previous AFC Championship Games – and having lost all three—the 1976 Raiders finally won the conference championship, and went on to win their first Super Bowl. After posting a 13–1 regular season record and winning their sixth AFC West championship in seven seasons, the Raiders rolled to victories against the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers to achieve the second Super Bowl berth in team history. Then on January 9, 1977 at the Rose Bowl, the Raiders won Super Bowl XI by defeating the Minnesota Vikings 32–14. The victory had the Raiders compile a spectacular 16–1 overall record. On March 30, 2012, the 1976 Oakland Raiders were named the greatest team of all time by NFL.com's "Bracketology"; a 15-day, 6 round fan vote tournament that features the 64 greatest teams from the Super Bowl era. Oakland beat the 2000 Baltimore Ravens in the final round by a .8% margin. (en)
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  • ; Second Quarter * OAK – Errol Mann 24-yard field goal – Raiders 3-0 * OAK – Dave Casper 1-yard pass from Ken Stabler – Raiders 10-0 * OAK – Pete Banaszak 1-yard run – Raiders 16-0 ; Third Quarter * OAK – Errol Mann 40-yard field goal – Raiders 19-0 * MIN – Sammy White 8-yard pass from Fran Tarkenton – Raiders 19-7 ; Fourth Quarter * OAK – Pete Banaszak 2-yard run – Raiders 26-7 * OAK – Willie Brown 75-yard interception return – Raiders 32-7 * MIN – Stu Voigt 13-yard pass from Bob Lee – Raiders 32-14
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  • The 1976 Oakland Raiders season was the team's 17th season, and 7th in the National Football League. After having appeared in the three previous AFC Championship Games – and having lost all three—the 1976 Raiders finally won the conference championship, and went on to win their first Super Bowl. On March 30, 2012, the 1976 Oakland Raiders were named the greatest team of all time by NFL.com's "Bracketology"; a 15-day, 6 round fan vote tournament that features the 64 greatest teams from the Super Bowl era. Oakland beat the 2000 Baltimore Ravens in the final round by a .8% margin. (en)
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