The Steelers and Raiders have never played each other twice in the regular season.
On December 6, 2009 the Steelers lost to the Oakland Raiders by three points. The final score was 27-24.
Yes. The Steelers played the Raiders at home on Sunday, December 6 in the 2009 season. The Raiders won the game 27-24.
Through the 2012 season, the Raiders have an 11-9 lead over the Steelers in regular season meetings. The teams are tied 3-3 in the postseason.
Through the 2010 season, the Oakland Raiders hold the all-time regular season series edge over the Pittsburgh Steelers 10-9. The two teams are tied 3-3 in postseason meetings.
The Oakland Raiders lead the regular season series over the Steelers 10-9. The two teams are tied 3-3 in the postseason.
The Raiders lead the all time regular season series against the Steelers 10-9. The two teams are 3-3 in their postseason history.
The Steelers have 529 wins since their first season in 1933. The Raiders have 410 since their first season in 1960. The Steelers have a 27 year head start. So if you go by the winning percentages the Raiders are ahead of any team by far.
As of the 2011 season, it was September 15, 2002 when they lost to the Oakland Raiders, 30-17.
Through their last meeting on September 23, 2012, the Oakland Raiders lead the regular season series 11-9 over the Steelers. The two teams are tied 3-3 in the playoffs.
Both teams have met 21 times in the regular season since Oakland was established in 1960. The Steelers won 9 and the Raiders won 12. The teams have met 6 times in the playoffs and are tied 3-3.
The Steelers never had seven shutouts during the season. In 1976, they had five shutouts and lost to the Oakland Raiders in the AFC championship game.