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2004 Oakland Raiders season
Head Coach Norv Turner
Home Field Network Associates Coliseum
Results
Record 5–11
Place 4th AFC West
Playoff Finish did not qualify
Pro Bowlers Shane Lechler, P
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The 2004 Oakland Raiders season was their 45th in the league. They improved upon their previous season's output of 4–12, instead winning five games.[1] The team had a five game losing streak in the middle of the season and only won one game by a touchdown or more, a rematch with their Super Bowl opponent from the previous year.

Personnel[]

Staff[]

2004 Oakland Raiders staff

Head Coaches

  • Head Coach – Norv Turner
  • Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator – Jimmy Raye

Offensive Coaches

  • Quarterbacks – Steve Sarkisian
  • Running Backs – Skip Peete
  • Wide Receivers – Fred Biletnikoff
  • Tight Ends – John Morton
  • Offensive Line – Aaron Kromer
  • Offensive Assistant – Chris Turner
 

Defensive Coaches

  • Defensive Coordinator – Rob Ryan
  • Defensive Line – Sam Clancy
  • Inside Linebackers – Don Martindale
  • Outside Linebackers – Pat Jones
  • Defensive Backs – Clayton Lopez
  • Quality Control/Defense – Chris Griswold
  • Squad Development – Willie Brown

Special Teams Coaches

  • Special Teams Coordinator – Joe Avezzano
  • Specials Teams Assistant – Martin Bayless

Strength and Conditioning

  • Strength and Conditioning – Jeff Fish

Roster[]

2004 Oakland Raiders roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Tight Ends

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Reserve Lists

Regular season[]

Schedule[]

Week Date Opponent Result Score Record Attendance
1 September 12 at Pittsburgh L 24–21 0-1
60,147
2 September 19 Buffalo W 13–10 1-1
53,610
3 September 26 Tampa Bay W 30–20 2-1
60,874
4 October 3 at Houston L 30–17 2-2
70,741
5 October 10 at Indianapolis L 35–14 2-3
57,230
6 October 17 Denver L 31–3 2-4
62,507
7 October 24 New Orleans L 31–26 2-5
45,337
8 October 31 at San Diego L 42–14 2-6
66,210
9 November 7 at Carolina W 27–24 3-6
73,518
10 Bye week
11 November 21 San Diego L 23–17 3-7
46,905
12 November 28 at Denver W 25–24 4-7
75,936
13 December 5 Kansas City L 34–27 4-8
51,292
14 December 12 at Atlanta L 35–10 4-9
70,616
15 December 19 Tennessee W 40–35 5-9
44,299
16 December 25 at Kansas City L 31–30 5-10
77,289
17 January 2 Jacksonville L 13–6 5-11
41,112

Standings[]

Template:2004 AFC West standings

References[]

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