Q: What is the Raiders largest margin of victory?

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Through Super Bowl XLII, the average margin of victory is 15 points. Margin of victory 1-7 points: 13 games Margin of victory 8-14 points: 9 games Margin of victory 15-21 points: 10 games Margin of victory 22-28 points: 4 games Margin of victory over 28 points: 6 games Smallest margin of victory: 1 point in Super Bowl XXV - New York Giants 20, Buffalo Bills 19 Largest margin of victory - 45 points in Super Bowl XXIV - San Francisco 49ers 55, Denver Broncos 10

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76 - September 6, 1997 - Florida 82, Central Michigan 6

133-78 the bears in the 1940s beat the redskins 73-0 largest margin victory.

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The largest margin of victory was 30 pts in a champtionship game. Not sure about just tournament games.

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The Chargers have won eleven in a row as of December 4, 2008 (San Diego 34, Oakland 7), which is the Chargers' longest win streak over the Raiders, and the longest win streak in the rivalry between the teams. The Chargers' next longest winning streak was six games from 1960 to 1962. The longest winning streak for the Raiders over the Chargers was ten games from 12/3/1972 to 9/18/1977. However, including two ties in the early 1970s, the Chargers went more than nine years (18 games) without defeating the Raiders between 1968 and 1977. The Raiders also won seven in a row from 1982 to 1985. Even after winning eleven in a row, the Chargers still trail the Raiders in the all-time series 55-42-2. San Diego's 27-point margin of victory on 12/4/2008 was not even close to the largest margin of victory over the Raiders. In fact, this game only tied for the fifth most lopsided defeat of the Raiders. The Chargers' largest ever margin of victory over the Raiders was 44 points in a 44-0 victory on September 17, 1961. Conversely, the largest margin of victory for the Raiders over the Chargers was 41 points in a 51-10 victory on October 29, 1967. The Chargers-Raiders rivalry features long win streaks and high scoring contests with large margins of victory. The average margin of victory by both teams during the series is more than 12 points per game. The competitiveness of the rivalry is best illustrated by the total points scored by both teams during the all time series. Over a span of 99 contests, the Raiders have outscored the Chargers 2184-2117. Even though the Raiders have won 13 more contests in the series, they have scored only 67 more points. The average score of 99 contests between the Raiders and the Chargers is Oakland 22.1, San Diego 21.4.

The largest margin of victory recorded in a horse race was by Secretariat in the Belmont Stakes in 1973, where he won by 31 lengths.

Largest Margin of Victory: Sam Morgan vs Forrest Petz at Ultimate Fight Night 6: One judge scored the fight 30-23 2nd largest margin: Nate Quarry vs Kalib Starnes at UFC 83: One judge scored the fight 30-24

Through Super Bowl XLII, the average margin of victory is 15 points. Margin of victory 1-7 points: 13 games Margin of victory 8-14 points: 9 games Margin of victory 15-21 points: 10 games Margin of victory 22-28 points: 4 games Margin of victory over 28 points: 6 games Smallest margin of victory: 1 point in Super Bowl XXV - New York Giants 20, Buffalo Bills 19 Largest margin of victory - 45 points in Super Bowl XXIV - San Francisco 49ers 55, Denver Broncos 10

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Biggest margin of victory was in the fall of 2008 when Queen's University beat Trent University in the sport of rugby by a score of 107-0.

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