There have been 2 head coaches for the Las Vegas Raiders of the National Football League (NFL). The Raiders franchise was founded in Oakland, California in 1959 and became the eighth member of the American Football League (AFL) in 1960 as a replacement for the Minnesota Vikings, who had moved to the NFL. The Raiders joined the NFL in 1970, after the AFL–NFL merger. They played in Los Angeles between 1982 and 1995, before returning to Oakland. As of the end of the 2015 season, the Raiders have played 852 games in a total of 56 seasons in the AFL and NFL. In those games, two coaches have won the Super Bowl with the team: John Madden in 1976 and Tom Flores in 1980 and 1983. One coach, John Rauch in 1966, won the AFL Championship. Four other coaches, Art Shell, Jack Del Rio, Jon Gruden and Bill Callahan, have also taken the Raiders to the playoffs. Callahan led the Raiders to the Super Bowl. He did this in his first year as head coach of the team.
Shell and Gruden are the only coaches to have more than one tenure with the team, and Flores and Shell are the only coaches to have coached the team in both Oakland and Los Angeles. Gruden is the only coach to have coached the team in both Oakland and Las Vegas. The worst coach statistically in Raiders history is Red Conkright, with a winning percentage of .111, while Rauch is statistically the best, with a winning percentage of .805. However, the all-time leader in both games coached and wins is Madden, with 142 and 103 respectively. Of the 20 Raiders coaches, Al Davis, Madden, and Flores are the only Raider coaches to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame for their contributions as coaches. Davis, who was also the Managing General partner and an AFL Commissioner, was in the Hall of Fame class of 1992. Madden was in the 2006 class. Flores was in the 2021 class. Two coaches, Flores and Shell, are also former players for the Raiders. Shell was also inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1989, but as a player.
|4||Al Davis †*||1963–1965*||42||23||16||3||.583||—||—||—||—||AFL Coach of the Year (1963)|||
|5||John Rauch||1966–1968||42||33||8||1||.798||4||2||2||.500||AFL Champion (1967)|||
|6||John Madden †*||1969–1978*||142||103||32||7||.750||16||9||7||.563||Super Bowl Champion (1976)
Pro Football Weekly Coach of the Year (1969)
|7||Tom Flores †||1979–1981||48||27||21||0||.563||4||4||0||1.000||Super Bowl Champion (1980)|||
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|—||Tom Flores †||1982–1987||88||56||32||0||.636||7||4||3||.571||Super Bowl Champion (1983)|||
|9||Art Shell ‡*[b][c][d]||1989–1994*||92||54||38||0||.587||5||2||3||.400||Pro Football Weekly Coach of the Year (1990)|||
|13||Bill Callahan||2002–2003||32||15||17||0||.469||3||2||1||.667||AFC Champion (2002)|||
|—||Art Shell ‡*[d]||2006*||16||2||14||0||.125||—||—||—||—|||
|20||Jack Del Rio||2015–2017||48||25||23||0||.521||1||0||1||.000|||
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