The 1981 Oakland Raiders season began with the team trying to improve on their 11–5 record from 1980. The Raiders went 7–9 and became the fourth team in NFL history to enter a season as the defending Super Bowl champions and miss the playoffs. The 1981 Raiders set an NFL record by being shut out three consecutive times. The passing game fell off badly being 26th and throwing 28 interceptions. After the defense led the NFL in interceptions and takeaways in 1980, they were dead last in 1981 and were – 16 in turnover differential. It was also their last season in Oakland until 1995 and their losing record snapped a streak of 16 consecutive winning seasons.

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  • The 1981 Oakland Raiders season began with the team trying to improve on their 11–5 record from 1980. The Raiders went 7–9 and became the fourth team in NFL history to enter a season as the defending Super Bowl champions and miss the playoffs. The 1981 Raiders set an NFL record by being shut out three consecutive times. The passing game fell off badly being 26th and throwing 28 interceptions. After the defense led the NFL in interceptions and takeaways in 1980, they were dead last in 1981 and were – 16 in turnover differential. It was also their last season in Oakland until 1995 and their losing record snapped a streak of 16 consecutive winning seasons. (en)
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  • Burgess Owens 30 yard interception return
  • Cedrick Hardman 52 yard fumble return
  • Chris Bahr 21 yard field goal
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  • Eddie Payton 99 yard kickoff return
  • Efren Herrera 26 yard field goal
  • Jim Plunkett 13 yard run
  • Malcolm Barnwell 61 yard pass from Marc Wilson
  • Morris Bradshaw 12 yard pass from Jim Plunkett
  • Morris Bradshaw 29 yard pass from Jim Plunkett
  • Rick Danmeier 37 yard field goal
  • Sam McCullum 36 yard pass from Jim Zorn
  • Todd Christensen 21 yard pass from Jim Plunkett
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  • The 1981 Oakland Raiders season began with the team trying to improve on their 11–5 record from 1980. The Raiders went 7–9 and became the fourth team in NFL history to enter a season as the defending Super Bowl champions and miss the playoffs. The 1981 Raiders set an NFL record by being shut out three consecutive times. The passing game fell off badly being 26th and throwing 28 interceptions. After the defense led the NFL in interceptions and takeaways in 1980, they were dead last in 1981 and were – 16 in turnover differential. It was also their last season in Oakland until 1995 and their losing record snapped a streak of 16 consecutive winning seasons. (en)
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  • 1981 Oakland Raiders season (en)
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