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2012 Oakland Raiders Season

2012 Oakland Raiders season
Head coachDennis Allen
General managerReggie McKenzie
OwnerMark Davis
Home fieldO.co Coliseum
Local radioLive 105 KITS
Results
Record4-12
Division place3rd AFC West
Playoff finishdid not qualify

The 2012 Oakland Raiders season was the franchise's 43rd season in the National Football League and the 53rd overall. It was the first season under head coach Dennis Allen, who replaced Hue Jackson, who was fired one week after the 2011 season ended. It was also the first full season without the ownership of longtime owner Al Davis, who died on October 8, 2011, and the first season with a non-Davis family member as the general manager since 1972, as Reggie McKenzie was hired from the Green Bay Packers' organization by Al Davis' son Mark on January 10 to be the GM of the team, and was given full autonomy over the football operations. McKenzie fired Jackson on his first day and hired Allen 2 weeks later. The Raiders failed to improve on their 8-8 record in 2011, securing them into their tenth consecutive non-winning season and the tenth consecutive elimination from postseason contention. The Raiders also clinched their divisional rank, securing their fifth consecutive season since 2007 which they finished third or fourth. This was also the first time since the 2009 NFL Season that the team finished with a record below 8-8. The team did however upset the Pittsburgh Steelers, whom they also defeated in the 2006 NFL Season, when the Raiders finished the year 2-14 and claimed the first overall pick in the draft.

Personnel changes

  • On January 3, local radio show - 95.7 The Game - reported that the Raiders had fired their entire defensive staff following a season with some of the worst defensive stats in franchise history. The radio show claimed that defensive coordinator Chuck Bresnahan had been fired along with all his assistants, among them linebackers coach Greg Biekert, cornerbacks coach Rod Woodson and safeties coach Aaron Ross. When approached for comment, then Raiders' senior executive John Herrera was quoted as saying ' that's not accurate '.[1] On January 5, a follow-up report by NBC's Pro Football Talk reporter Gregg Rosenthal confirmed that the Raiders would be firing their entire defensive staff. The supposed earlier denial by John Herrera was clarified and that the Raiders had informed all of the concerned coaches that they would not be brought back, but would be required to complete the remaining two weeks of their contracts.[2]
Oakland playing at the Miami Dolphins on September 16, 2012
  • On January 6, the Raiders announced that then current Green Bay Packers director of football operations Reggie McKenzie, would become their new general manager.[3] The hiring was confirmed at a news conference on January 10. McKenzie had spent 4 seasons with the then Los Angeles Raiders as a player from 1985 to 1988. He began his career as a front office executive with the Packers in 1994 as a Pro Personnel Assistant and steadily rose through the ranks, eventually overseeing all of the Packers' scouting efforts and player evaluations as well as being heavily involved in the Packers' drafting decisions. McKenzie will become the first person besides the late Al Davis to hold the position of general manager since Davis assumed the role in 1972.[4]
  • On January 10, at an official news conference introducing Reggie McKenzie as the new GM, McKenzie conducted his first act in the capacity of GM by announcing that the Raiders would be parting ways with Head Coach Hue Jackson after only one season in the job. Jackson had arrived in 2010 as the team's offensive coordinator under then head coach Tom Cable and swiftly turned the Raiders' offense into one of the league's highest-scoring offenses. Jackson was then promoted to the position of head coach after Al Davis had fired Tom Cable at the end of the 2010 season. McKenzie cited the need to start anew as the reason for firing Jackson, stating ' I felt there was a need for change at the head-coaching position, from the top. We're moving into a new era. No disrespect to Coach Jackson, but this was something I wanted to do, start anew. ' [5]
  • On January 22, current Defensive Line coach Mike Waufle was allowed to leave the Raiders and take up the same position with the St. Louis Rams. Waufle had been a widely respected coach within the team and received regular praise from veteran defensive linemen Richard Seymour.[6]
  • On January 27, 3 days after the first reports were made, the Raiders officially announced Dennis Allen as their new head coach, replacing the fired Hue Jackson. Allen had been the current division rival Denver Broncos' defensive coordinator. At 39, Allen becomes one of the youngest Head Coaches in the league. As defensive coordinator he had helped turn the Broncos' worst-ranked defense into an aggressive, solid unit in 2011. Allen was signed to a four-year deal and becomes the first defensive-minded head coach hired by the Raiders since the hiring of legendary coach John Madden. GM Reggie McKenzie has promised Allen the freedom to pick and choose his own assistants and have a say on player signings and drafting, input that very few of the Raiders' head coaches had had in the Al Davis era.[7]
Raiders running back Phillip Adams runs with the ball against Miami, September 16
  • On February 2, the Raiders announced the hiring of current Houston Texans' quarterbacks coach Greg Knapp as their new offensive coordinator. Knapp took over from Al Saunders, who was reassigned within the Raiders' coaching structure. Knapp had a previous stint with the Raiders in 2007 and 2008, where he helped the Raiders become one of the league's best rushing teams as they ranked 6th and 10th respectively. Knapp also became the first assistant coach to be hired by Allen in his capacity as head coach.[8]
  • On February 2, the Raiders hired Frank Pollack as their new offensive line coach. Pollack had previously coached the Houston Texans' offensive line for the past 5 seasons and helped create a rushing offense that had ranked in the top two over the past two seasons. Pollack is schooled in the Zone Blocking philosophy that the Raiders are looking to implement.[9]
  • On February 6, the Raiders announced the hiring of Jason Tarver as their new defensive coordinator and replacement for the fired Chuck Bresnahan. Tarver had previously spent a decade with the San Francisco 49ers as a defensive assistant before moving to Stanford, where he became a co-defensive coordinator and inside linebackers coach. During his time with the Cardinal, he coached on a defense that was ranked either 1st or 2nd in every major rush defense category.[10]
  • On February 8, the Raiders announced that veteran offensive coach Al Saunders would be staying with the team in his new role as Senior Offensive Assistant. Saunders, who had spent 2011 as the Raiders' Offensive Coordinator under Hue Jackson, was allowed to interview for other posts - notably for the Kansas City Chiefs' vacant Offensive Coordinator's job - but instead returned to the team.[11]
  • On February 14, the Raiders announced the hiring of six assistants; quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo - returning for his second stint with the Raiders -, defensive backs coaches Johnnie Lynn & Clayton Lopez, tight ends coach Mark Hutson, wide receivers coach Ted Gilmore and Defensive Line coach Terrell Williams. Hutson, Gilmore and Williams are all making their first coaching appearances in the NFL. Hutson had been a tight ends and offensive line coach at the collegiate level since 1990, recently working with Tulane. Gilmore had previously worked under ex-Raider Head Coach Lane Kiffin at USC, and Terrell Williams had been a defensive line coach and co-defensive coordinator for Texas A&M.[12]
  • On February 17, the Raiders and long-serving Senior Executive John Herrera agreed on a mutual separation. Herrera had joined the team in 1963 as an errand runner and would go on to hold a position of considerable power within the organisation that saw him oversee media and public relations as well as personnel and business decisions. He formed a close friendship with Al Davis over the years. Noted for being a controversial figure at times, he was characterised by his confrontational personality, culminating in a physical exchange with San Jose Mercury News columnist Tim Kawakami in 2008. Herrera later announced his retirement from football.[13]

Roster changes

Free agents

Position Player Tag 2012 Team Notes
OT Khalif Barnes UFA Oakland Raiders re-signed March 21[14]
OLB Darryl Blackstock UFA Baltimore Ravens
QB Kyle Boller UFA TBD
TE Kevin Boss Released Kansas City Chiefs signed with the Chiefs on March 16[15]
SS Tyvon Branch Franchised Oakland Raiders assigned franchise tag on March 2,[16] signed tender on May 7,[17] signed four-year contract on July 14[18]
DE Mason Brodine ERFA Oakland Raiders assigned tender on March 12,[19] signed tender on April 2,[20] cut on August 27[21]
MLB/OLB Ricky Brown Released Baltimore Ravens
DT/DE Desmond Bryant RFA Oakland Raiders assigned tender on March 12,[19] signed tender on June 6[22]
RB Michael Bush UFA Chicago Bears signed with the Bears on March 22[23]
QB Jason Campbell UFA Chicago Bears signed with the Bears on March 13[24]
OG Cooper Carlisle Released Oakland Raiders released on March 14,[25] re-signed on March 19[26]
RB/ST Rock Cartwright UFA San Francisco 49ers signed with the 49ers on March 16[27]
FS Matt Giordano UFA Oakland Raiders re-signed April 16[28]
OLB Quentin Groves UFA Arizona Cardinals signed with the Cardinals on May 24[29]
DT John Henderson Released TBD
OT/OG Stephon Heyer UFA New York Jets signed with the Jets on May 29[30]
WR T. J. Houshmandzadeh UFA TBD
DB/ST Bryan McCann ERFA Oakland Raiders assigned tender on March 12,[19] signed tender on April 2[20]
DE/OLB Jarvis Moss UFA TBD
FB Marcel Reece ERFA Oakland Raiders assigned tender on March 12,[19] signed tender on June 4[31]
CB Stanford Routt Released Kansas City Chiefs signed with the Chiefs on February 20[32]
C Samson Satele UFA Indianapolis Colts signed with the Colts on March 21[33]
WR Chaz Schilens UFA New York Jets signed with the Jets on March 16[34]
DE/OLB Trevor Scott UFA New England Patriots signed with the Patriots on March 19[35]
CB Lito Sheppard UFA TBD
OLB/DE Kamerion Wimbley Released Tennessee Titans signed with the Titans on March 20[36]
Player re-signed by the Raiders

Signings

Position Player Tag 2011 team Notes
CB Ron Bartell UFA St. Louis Rams signed to a one-year contract on March 16[37]
LB Korey Bosworth UFA Detroit Lions(2012) signed on August 16,[38] cut on August 27[21]
OG Mike Brisiel UFA Houston Texans signed to a five-year contract on March 16[37]
WR Duke Calhoun UFA New York Giants signed on April 20,[39] placed on injured reserve
P/K Eddy Carmona UDFA - signed on May 14 after participating as a tryout during the rookie mini-camp,[40] waived on August 31[41]
DE Wayne Dorsey UDFA - signed on May 14 after participating as a tryout during the rookie mini-camp,[40] cut on August 27[21]
TE Kyle Efaw UDFA - signed on May 14 after participating as a tryout during the rookie mini-camp,[40] waived on August 31[41]
CB Coye Francies UFA Seattle Seahawks(2012) claimed off waivers on August 29[42]
CB Joselio Hanson UFA Philadelphia Eagles(2012) signed on September 3[43]
TE Andre Hardy UFA - signed on April 12,[44] waived on May 14[45]
OT Kevin Haslam UFA Jacksonville Jaguars signed on May 14 after participating as a tryout during the rookie mini-camp,[40] waived on August 31[41]
OT Nick Howell UFA New Orleans Saints(2012) signed on June 8,[46] waived on August 31[41]
TE Tory Humphrey UFA New Orleans Saints signed on June 12,[47] waived-placed on injured reserve on August 31[41]
CB Pat Lee UFA Green Bay Packers signed to a one-year contract on March 21[48]
QB Matt Leinart UFA Houston Texans signed to a one-year contract on May 1[49]
CB LeQuan Lewis UFA - signed on May 14 after participating as a tryout during the rookie mini-camp,[40] released on June 22[50]
C Colin Miller UFA - signed on May 8,[51] waived on August 31,[41] added to practice squad on September 2[52]
QB Kyle Newhall-Caballero UDFA - signed on May 22,[53] cut on August 27[21]
WR/RS Roscoe Parrish UFA San Diego Chargers(2012) signed on August 28,[54] cut on August 31[41]
FB TréShawn Robinson UDFA - signed on May 14 after participating as a tryout during the rookie mini-camp,[40] released on June 8[46]
FB Owen Schmitt UFA Philadelphia Eagles signed to a one-year contract on May 15[55]
WR Travionte Session UDFA - signed on May 14 after participating as a tryout during the rookie mini-camp,[40] waived on August 31,[41] added to practice squad on September 2[52]
CB Shawntae Spencer UFA San Francisco 49ers signed to a one-year contract on March 19[56]
DE/OLB Dave Tollefson UFA New York Giants signed to a two-year contract on April 6[57]
OT Ed Wang UFA - signed on May 2,[58] waived-injured on August 27,[21] placed on injured reserve on August 29[59]
OLB Philip Wheeler UFA Indianapolis Colts signed to a one-year contract on March 30[60]

Trades

2012 draft class

The Raiders did not have first-, second-, third-, fourth- or seventh-round selections heading into the 2012 NFL Draft due to the following trades:

Draft

2012 Oakland Raiders draft
Round Pick Player Position College Notes
3 95 Tony Bergstrom  G Utah
4 129 Miles Burris  LB San Diego State
5 158 Jack Crawford  DE Penn State from Detroit
5 168 Juron Criner  WR Arizona
6 189 Christo Bilukidi  DT Georgia State
7 230 Nathan Stupar  OLB Penn State from Detroit
      Made roster    +   Pro Football Hall of Fame    *   Made at least one Pro Bowl during career

Undrafted free agents

All undrafted free agents were signed following the conclusion of the 2012 NFL Draft on April 28.[63]

Position Player College Notes
CB Conroy Black Utah Added to the team roster on May 10, partook in rookie mini-camp,[64] waived on August 28[59]
LB Kaelin Burnett Nevada Added to the team roster on May 10, partook in rookie mini-camp,[64] waived on August 31,[41] added to practice squad on September 2[52]
WR/TE Derek Carrier Beloit Added to the team roster on May 10, partook in rookie mini-camp,[64] waived on August 31[41]
WR Brandon Carswell USC Added to the team roster on May 10, partook in rookie mini-camp,[64] waived on August 31,[41] added to practice squad on September 2[52]
CB Corey Gatewood Stanford
DT Raphael Guidry Kansas State
DT Dominique Hamilton Missouri Added to the team roster on May 10, partook in rookie mini-camp,[64] waived on August 31[41]
S Aaron Henry Wisconsin Added to the team roster on May 10, partook in rookie mini-camp,[64] cut on August 27[21]
LB Chad Kilgore Northwest Missouri Signed on July 29,[65] waived on August 31,[41]
P Marquette King Fort Valley State Added to the team roster on May 10, partook in rookie mini-camp,[64] placed on injured reserve on August 31,[41]
OT Dan Knapp Arizona State Added to the team roster on May 10, will participate in rookie mini-camp,[64] waived on August 31,[41]
LB Mario Kurn San Diego Added to the team roster on May 10, partook in rookie mini-camp,[64] placed on injured reserve
WR Thomas Mayo Cal (PA) Added to the team roster on May 10, partook in rookie mini-camp,[64] cut on August 27[21]
WR DeAundre Muhammad Indiana Signed on July 29,[65] cut on August 27[21]
DE Darius Nall UCF
OG Lucas Nix Pitt Added to the team roster on May 10, partook in rookie mini-camp[64]
CB Chaz Powell Penn State Added to the team roster on May 10, partook in rookie mini-camp,[64] cut on August 27[21]
WR Rod Streater Temple Added to the team roster on May 10, partook in rookie mini-camp[64]

Staff

Final roster

Schedule

Preseason

Week Date Opponent Result Record Game site NFL.com
recap
1 August 13 Dallas Cowboys L 0-3 0-1 O.co Coliseum Recap
2 August 17 at Arizona Cardinals L 27-31 0-2 University of Phoenix Stadium Recap
3 August 25 Detroit Lions W 31-20 1-2 O.co Coliseum Recap
4 August 30 at Seattle Seahawks L 3-21 1-3 CenturyLink Field Recap

Regular season

Week Date Opponent Result Record Game site NFL.com
recap
1 September 10 San Diego Chargers L 14-22 0-1 O.co Coliseum Recap
2 September 16 at Miami Dolphins L 13-35 0-2 Sun Life Stadium Recap
3 September 23 Pittsburgh Steelers W 34-31 1-2 O.co Coliseum Recap
4 September 30 at Denver Broncos L 6-37 1-3 Sports Authority Field at Mile High Recap
5 Bye
6 October 14 at Atlanta Falcons L 20-23 1-4 Georgia Dome Recap
7 October 21 Jacksonville Jaguars W 26-23 (OT) 2-4 O.co Coliseum Recap
8 October 28 at Kansas City Chiefs W 26-16 3-4 Arrowhead Stadium Recap
9 November 4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers L 32-42 3-5 O.co Coliseum Recap
10 November 11 at Baltimore Ravens L 20-55 3-6 M&T Bank Stadium Recap
11 November 18 New Orleans Saints L 17-38 3-7 O.co Coliseum Recap
12 November 25 at Cincinnati Bengals L 10-34 3-8 Paul Brown Stadium Recap
13 December 2 Cleveland Browns L 17-20 3-9 O.co Coliseum Recap
14 December 6 Denver Broncos L 13-26 3-10 O.co Coliseum Recap
15 December 16 Kansas City Chiefs W 15-0 4-10 O.co Coliseum Recap
16 December 23 at Carolina Panthers L 6-17 4-11 Bank of America Stadium Recap
17 December 30 at San Diego Chargers L 21-24 4-12 Qualcomm Stadium Recap
Note: Intra-division opponents are in bold text.

Game summaries

Week 1: vs. San Diego Chargers

With the loss, the Raiders began their season 0-1.

Week 2: at Miami Dolphins

With the loss, the Raiders fell to 0-2.

Week 3: vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

With the win, the Raiders improved to 1-2. The Pittsburgh Steelers would end up being the only AFC North team Oakland defeated during the 2012 season.

Week 4: at Denver Broncos

With the loss, the Raiders went into their bye week at 1-3.

Week 6: at Atlanta Falcons

With the surprising loss, the Raiders fell to 1-4.

Week 7: vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

With the win, the Raiders improved to 2-4.

Week 8: at Kansas City Chiefs

With the win, the Raiders improved to 3-4.

Week 9: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

With the loss, the Raiders fell to 3-5.

Week 10: at Baltimore Ravens

With the loss, the Raiders fell into 3-6.

Week 11: vs. New Orleans Saints

With the loss, the Raiders fell to 3-7.

Week 12: at Cincinnati Bengals

The Raiders' loss drops their record to 3-8 and secures them their tenth consecutive non-winning campaign. This was Carson Palmer's first game against his former team, the Bengals, who he played for 8 years from 2003-2010.

Week 13: vs. Cleveland Browns

With the loss, the Raiders dropped to 3-9 and have therefore been eliminated from playoff contention. This would become the first road victory for the Cleveland Browns since Week 2 of the 2011 season, and the first television blackout for the Raiders since Week 16 of the 2010 season.

Week 14: vs. Denver Broncos

With the loss, the Raiders dropped to 3-10.

Week 15: vs. Kansas City Chiefs

The Raiders pitched a shutout for the first time since Week 17 of the 2002 Season against the Chiefs. With the win, the Raiders improved to 4-10 and avoided last place in the AFC West by virtue of a head-to-head sweep over the Chiefs (2-12).

Week 16: at Carolina Panthers

With the loss, the Raiders dropped their record to 4-11.

Week 17: at San Diego Chargers

With the loss, the Raiders finished the season by 4-12.

Standings

AFC West
W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
(1)Denver Broncos 13 3 0 .813 6-0 10-2 481 289 W11
San Diego Chargers 7 9 0 .438 4-2 7-5 350 350 W2
Oakland Raiders 4 12 0 .250 2-4 4-8 290 443 L2
Kansas City Chiefs 2 14 0 .125 0-6 0-12 211 425 L4

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