Three classic Oakland Raiders games are set to be uploaded to YouTube by the NFL.
Three classic Oakland Raiders games are headed to YouTube as the NFL have confirmed which Silver and Black throwbacks will be uploaded for free in all of their glory. News that should excite fans who now will be able to enjoy nearly ten hours of classic Raiders content in its entirety on YouTube.
After polling the fans, the NFL has announced that Super Bowl 18, the 2002 AFC Championship Game and Super Bowl 11 will be uploaded as the three Raiders classics on YouTube. Giving fans a mix of three different eras and the last great Raiders triumph in the 2002 AFC Championship where Rich Gannon led Oakland to a Super Bowl in a win over the Tennessee Titans.
It is no surprise that the Raiders three games featured plenty of blasts from the past given the team’s lack of success in the 00’s. Raiders fans will be hoping 2016 brings some classics on the way to the playoffs, but for now there are a handful of YouTube classics for the Raider Nation to enjoy as the countdown to kickoff in September continues.