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Oakland Raiders

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The 1967 Oakland Raiders season was the team's eighth in Oakland.
In 1967, after several years of improvement, the Raiders reached the postseason for the first time.

John Rauch

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Under the command of second-year head coach John Rauch, the Raiders went 13–1 (an AFL record) and captured their first Western Division title.
He was head coach of the Oakland Raiders in the team's loss to the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl II in early 1968.

1967 American Football League Championship Game

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The Raiders routed the Houston Oilers in the 1967 AFL Championship Game.
It matched the Western Division champion Oakland Raiders (13–1) and the Eastern Division champion Houston Oilers (9–4–1) to decide the American Football League (AFL) champion for the 1967 season.

Willie Brown (American football)

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Additionally, the Raiders added Gene Upshaw, Willie Brown, and George Blanda to their roster during the 1967 offseason.
In 1967, Brown was traded within the Western Division to the Oakland Raiders and spent the remainder of his playing career there.

1967 Green Bay Packers season

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The victory allowed them to advance to Super Bowl II, where they were soundly defeated by the NFL champion Green Bay Packers.
Green Bay's victory in Super Bowl II over the Oakland Raiders was the fifth world championship for the Packers under Lombardi and the last game he coached for the Packers.

Super Bowl II

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The victory allowed them to advance to Super Bowl II, where they were soundly defeated by the NFL champion Green Bay Packers.
The National Football League (NFL)'s defending champion Green Bay Packers defeated the American Football League (AFL) champion Oakland Raiders by the score of 33–14.

George Blanda

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Additionally, the Raiders added Gene Upshaw, Willie Brown, and George Blanda to their roster during the 1967 offseason.
A four-time AFL All-Star, Blanda's already-long career seemed over when he was released by the Oilers on March 18, 1967.

Daryle Lamonica

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The addition of strong-armed quarterback Daryle Lamonica greatly energized the Raiders' vertical passing game.
On March 14, 1967, Lamonica was traded to the Oakland Raiders with Glenn Bass for Art Powell and Tom Flores.

1967 Houston Oilers season

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The Raiders routed the Houston Oilers in the 1967 AFL Championship Game.
They won the Eastern Division and qualified for the postseason for the first time in five seasons, but lost to the Raiders in the AFL Championship Game at Oakland.

1967 Kansas City Chiefs season

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Injuries again hit the club hard during the regular season as the Chiefs clawed their way to a 9–5 record, well behind the division-winning Oakland Raiders (13–1).

Warren Powers

Warren Powers capped the scoring with a 36-yard interception return for a touchdown.
As a safety, he started for the 1967 AFL Champion Raiders and in the second AFL-NFL World Championship game, known now as Super Bowl II.

Fred Biletnikoff

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Fred Biletnikoff – 40 rec., 876 yds., 5 TD
His production increased significantly with Oakland's acquisition of quarterback Daryle Lamonica in 1967.

Oakland, California

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The 1967 Oakland Raiders season was the team's eighth in Oakland.

Quarterback

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The addition of strong-armed quarterback Daryle Lamonica greatly energized the Raiders' vertical passing game.

Gene Upshaw

Additionally, the Raiders added Gene Upshaw, Willie Brown, and George Blanda to their roster during the 1967 offseason.

Pro Football Hall of Fame

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All three players would eventually be elected to the Hall of Fame.

1966 Houston Oilers season

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Over the course of a fourteen-game regular season schedule, the Raiders faced six of the other eight AFL teams twice, with one game against the Eastern Division's Houston Oilers and Miami Dolphins.