Kenneth Michael "The Snake" Stabler was the Quarterback of the Oakland Raiders from 1970-79, the then Houston Oilers from 1980-81, and the New Orleans Saints from 1982-84. He played College Football for the Alabama Crimson Tide, being recruited by Alabama's legendary coach Bear Bryant.
Although he played for 3 NFL teams, he is best known and remembered for his tenure with the Raiders during the period current NFL commentator John Madden coached Oakland. Stabler was in a class of Quarterback that included Roger Staubach in Dallas and Terry Bradshaw in Pittsburgh.
Ken Stabler was born on December 25, 1945 in Foley, AL.
Ken Stabler Ken Stabler "Snake" was at the forefront of the Oakland Raiders glory years under Coach John Madden.
Steve Sloan was the starter and Ken Stabler was the backup.
Quarterback Ken Stabler had 2,270 completions for 27,938 yards in his NFL career.
Ken Stabler was a former American Football quaterback for the Oakland Raiders followed by the Houston Oilers and then the New Orleans Saints. He was the fastest to win 100 games as a starting back.