As decades go, the 2010s weren’t much for the Raiders unless you’re a fan of disaster movies.
One season with a winning record, two at .500 (and praying hard for a third).
One trip to the playoffs, and clinging to hope for a second pending their final game in Denver and getting lucky with the tiebreaker. Six head coaches. Five seasons with double-digit losses.
At 63-96 (.396) with one game pending, the 2010s are the Raiders’ second-worst decade in their 60-year history. Only the 2000s were worse at 62-98, .388. (That makes for a long dark time, especially when considering the Raiders won 33 games and three division titles from 2000-03.