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2005 Oakland Raiders season
Head Coach Norv Turner
Home Field McAfee Coliseum
Results
Record 4–12
Place 4th AFC West
Playoff Finish did not qualify
Pro Bowlers Derrick Burgess, DE
Timeline
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The 2005 Oakland Raiders season was their 46th in the league. They were unable to improve upon their previous season's output of 5–11, instead only going 4–12.[1] The team finished the season on a six game losing streak.

Personnel[]

Staff[]

2005 Oakland Raiders staff

Head Coaches

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

Offensive Coaches

  • Quarterbacks – John Shoop
  • Running Backs – Skip Peete
  • Wide Receivers – Fred Biletnikoff
  • Offensive Line – Jim Colletto
  • Offensive Assistant – Chris Turner
 

Defensive Coaches

  • Defensive Coordinator – Rob Ryan
  • Defensive Line – Sam Clancy
  • Defensive Line – Keith Millard
  • Inside Linebackers – Don Martindale
  • Outside Linebackers – Pat Jones
  • Defensive Backs – Clayton Lopez
  • Defensive Backs – Chuck Pagano
  • 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[]

2005 Oakland Raiders roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

  • 32 Zack Crockett FB
  • 33 Omar Easy FB
  • 20 Justin Fargas
  • 34 LaMont Jordan
  • 49 John Paul Foschi FB/TE

Wide Receivers

  • 89 Ronald Curry
  • 85 Doug Gabriel
  • 19 Johnnie Morant
  • 18 Randy Moss
  • 84 Jerry Porter
  • 87 Alvis Whitted
  • 86 Randal Williams

Tight Ends

  • 83 Courtney Anderson
  • 88 Zeron Flemister
Offensive Linemen
  • 70 Brad Badger G/T
  • 76 Robert Gallery T
  • 64 Jake Grove C/G
  • 71 Corey Hulsey G/T
  • 75 Brad Lekkerkerker T
  • 78 Chad Slaughter T
  • 65 Barry Sims T/G
  • 62 Adam Treu C
  • 66 Langston Walker T/G

Defensive Linemen

  • 91 Tyler Brayton DE
  • 56 Derrick Burgess DE
  • 59 DeLawrence Grant DE/LB
  • 98 Bobby Hamilton DE/DT
  • 77 Anttaj Hawthorne DT
  • 96 Grant Irons DE
  • 95 Ed Jasper DT/NT
  • 57 Ryan Riddle DE/LB
  • 90 Terdell Sands DT
  • 99 Warren Sapp DT
  • 92 Ted Washington DT
Linebackers
  • 55 Danny Clark OLB
  • 50 Isaiah Ekejiuba ILB
  • 51 Tim Johnson OLB
  • 52 Kirk Morrison ILB
  • 53 Adrian Venegas ILB

Defensive Backs

  • 21 Nnamdi Asomugha CB
  • 37 Calvin Branch S
  • 23 Chris Carr CB
  • 40 Jarrod Cooper S
  • 36 Derrick Gibson SS
  • 22 Renaldo Hill CB
  • 26 Stanford Routt CB
  • 30 Stuart Schweigert FS
  • 29 Reggie Tongue FS
  • 25 Denard Walker CB
  • 27 Fabian Washington CB
  • 24 Charles Woodson CB

Special Teams

Schedule[]

Week Date Opponent Result Score Record Attendance
1 September 8 (Thu) at New England L 30–20 0-1
68,756
2 September 18 Kansas City L 23–17 0-2
62,273
3 September 25 at Philadelphia L 23–20 0-3
67,735
4 October 2 Dallas W 19–13 1-3
62,400
5 Bye week
6 October 16 San Diego L 27–14 1-4
52,666
7 October 23 Buffalo W 38–17 2-4
42,779
8 October 30 at Tennessee W 34–25 3-4
69,149
9 November 6 at Kansas City L 27–23 3-5
79,033
10 November 13 Denver L 31–17 3-6
62,779
11 November 20 at Washington W 16–13 4-6
90,129
12 November 27 Miami L 33–21 4-7
49,097
13 December 4 at San Diego L 34–10 4-8
66,436
14 December 11 at NY Jets L 26–10 4-9
77,561
15 December 18 Cleveland L 9–7 4-10
41,862
16 December 24 (Sat) at Denver L 22–3 4-11
76,212
17 January 1 NY Giants L 30–21 4-12
44,594

Standings[]

Template:2005 AFC West standings

References[]

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