Led by head coach Tom Flores, the 1983 Los Angeles Raiders entered Super Bowl XVIII as underdogs. But the Raiders proved that they were the NFL’s best as they manhandled the highest-scoring team in the league, the Washington Redskins, 38-9 to win their third Vince Lombardi Trophy. Al Davis has done more than anybody in the history of the game – through personal achievement, team achievement and contribution to the game – and has demonstrated more than ever that he is and always will be committed to excellence. Join NFL Films as America’s Game recaps Los Angeles’ incredible season. Flores’ unit sported a 12-4 record, led on offense by Jim Plunkett, Marcus Allen, and Cliff Branch. The defense was anchored by Hall of Famers Howie Long, Ted Hendricks, and Mike Haynes, as well as star cornerback Lester Hayes.
America’s Game tells the story through the players’ eyes. Interviews with Marcus Allen, Todd Christensen, and Howie Long take you inside all of the action of one of the greatest teams in NFL history. Al Davis summed up Super Bowl XVIII perfectly: “Not only, in my opinion, are you the greatest Raider team of all-time, I think you rank with the great teams of all time that have ever played any professional sport.
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