Las Vegas Raiders Odds
Legions of fans in California still root for (and bet on) the Las Vegas Raiders despite their departure from the state. That’s more than understandable, considering how unique the fan culture is for the Black and Silver.
If you want to bet on the NFL and specifically the Raiders at legal online sportsbooks in California once they’re live, we’ll walk you through how to do it with this week’s Raiders odds, the team’s Super Bowl odds and key Raiders betting insights.
This week’s Raiders point spread
Get the latest Raiders spread odds direct from legal California online sportsbooks below. Click on them to go directly to the sportsbook and sign up for a new account.
Raiders Super Bowl, AFC odds
What are the odds the Raiders claim the AFC Championship or the Super Bowl crown? Check the latest Raiders betting odds from top sportsbooks below.
Derek Carr MVP, prop odds
Raiders QB Derek Carr has the tools and talent to dominate, but will he do it in this week’s game? Check what the oddsmakers say about Carr’s in game prop odds below.
Las Vegas player props and futures
Beyond Derek Carr, you have a slew of talented Raiders players you can target with prop bets and futures. Or you can bet on the team as a whole in several different ways.
For player futures, your focus is on the accolades the best Las Vegas Raiders are going to receive. From MVP to Coach of the Year, there is a nice variety of Raiders futures bets you can make throughout the year.
Here are a few examples of futures betting opportunities you might come across at California online sportsbooks:
- NFL Most Valuable Player: Derek Carr +4500
- NFL Comeback Player of the Year: Darius Philon +7500
- Coach of the Year: Josh McDaniels +1200
- Defensive Player of the Year: Maxx Crosby +2500
NFL player prop bets differ from futures because they are focused primarily on the actual performance of the player and not the achievements for which they’re awarded. Prop bets can vary quite widely from sportsbook to sportsbook, but there are always a few core wagers that you’ll find at nearly every California sportsbook app. Take the following examples:
- NFL Rushing Leader: Josh Jacobs +3000
- NFL Passing Leader: Derek Carr +1000
- Over/Under Derek Carr throwing 15 interceptions: O -110 U-120
- Over/Under Davante Adams catching 12 touchdowns: O -105 U -115
Team prop bets are also available for bettors who want to wager on the entire Raiders organization, all the way to Super Bowl odds on Las Vegas winning it all. You will find the selections vary depending on which sportsbook you’re using, but here are a few examples of what you might come across:
- Over/under Las Vegas Raiders 10 wins: O -110 U -110
- Over/under three Raiders field goals in a game: O -110 U -110
- AFC champions: Las Vegas Raiders +2000
- AFC West Division Champions: Raiders +1000
- First player to score in a game: Josh Jacobs +220
- First team to score in a game: Raiders +115
Las Vegas Raiders coaches and bench staff
It takes more than just a good team to win games, which is why NFL teams are always on the lookout for the next great addition to their coaching staff. Below you’ll find information on who is in key roles for the Raiders organization.
- Head coach: Josh McDaniels
- Offensive coordinator: Mick Lombardi
- Defensive coordinator: Patrick Graham
- Special teams coordinator: Tom McMahon
The Raiders have had 19 head coaches throughout the history of the organization.
- Josh McDaniels (2022-current)
- Jon Gruden (1998-2001, 2018-2021)
- Jack Del Rio (2015-2017)
- Dennis Allen (2012-2014)
- Hue Jackson (2011)
- Tom Cable (2009-2010)
- Lane Kiffin (2007-2008)
- Art Shell (1990-1994, 2006)
- Norv Turner (2004-2005)
- Bill Callahan (2002-2003)
- Joe Bugel (1997)
- Mike White (1995-1996)
- Mike Shanahan (1988-1989)
- Tom Flores (1979-1987)
- John Madden (1969-1978)
- John Rauch (1966-1968)
- Al Davis (1963-1965)
- Marty Feldman (1962)
- Eddie Erdelatz (1960-1961)
Where do the Raiders play their home games?
The Las Vegas Raiders made the move from California to Nevada and found themselves with a brand-new stadium to call home.
Allegiant Stadium is located at:
- 3333 Al Davis Way, Paradise, Nevada
Here are some facts about Allegiant Stadium:
- Owner: Las Vegas Stadium Authority
- Operator: AEG Facilities
- Opened: July 31, 2020
- Construction cost: $1.9 billion
- Capacity: 65,000, expandable to 71,835
- Other events: UNLV Rebels football, NCAA Las Vegas Bowl, NCAA Vegas Kickoff Classic, NCAA PAC-12 Championship, NCAA East-West Shrine Bowl
How to watch and listen to Las Vegas Raiders games
If you’re looking to catch the Raiders games either on television, streaming or by listening, you will discover you have plenty of choices.
Over-the-air, cable and satellite TV
- NFL Network
- NFL Red Zone
- DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket
- Raiders app
- CBS All Access
- Fox Sports
- NBC Sports
- Amazon Prime Video
- NFL Sunday Ticket
- NFL Game Pass
- NFL mobile app
- NFL Game Pass
- Westwood One
A brief history of the Las Vegas Raiders
The Raiders are a relatively young team compared to some of the other organizations throughout the NFL. They were founded in 1960 as part of the AFL and later merged with the NFL.
- 2020: Las Vegas becomes the new home for the Raiders organization
- 2019: Raiders play their last regular-season home game at the Oakland Coliseum
- 2017: NFL owners approve the Raiders’ request to move to Las Vegas
- 2003: Tampa Bay Buccaneers get the best of the Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII by a score of 48-21
- 1995: Raiders return to Oakland and the Coliseum from Los Angeles
- 1984: Marcus Allen leads the Raiders to a 38-9 stomping of the Washington Redskins to take home their third championship in Super Bowl XVII
- 1981: Raiders play in what was believed to be the final game in Oakland as they prepare to make the move to Los Angeles
- 1981: The Raiders beat the Philadelphia Eagles, 27-10, to win Super Bowl XV — the victory makes them the first Wild Card Playoff team to win the championship
- 1977: Raiders defeat the Minnesota Vikings, 32-14, to win Super Bowl XI under the coaching of John Madden
- 1968: Raiders defeat the Houston Oilers to win the AFL championship but fall to the Green Bay Packers, 33-14, in Super Bowl II
- 1966: Raiders move into the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
- 1960: Raiders play their first game, a 37-22 loss to the Houston Oilers
- 1960: The Oakland Raiders are formed as a part of the American Football League
Las Vegas Raiders FAQ
The price for Raiders tickets will fluctuate depending on the opponent and seat location. The average price for a ticket in 2021 was $153.47.
The Raiders organization is owned by Mark Davis, whose family has owned the team since 1972 when his father, Al Davis, purchased the team.
According to statista.com, as of 2021, the Raiders were valued at $3.42 billion.
The Oakland Raiders have played in four Super Bowls, coming away with three championships. The first came in 1977 with a win over the Minnesota Vikings. The next was in 1981 and the third in 1984. The team also played in the Super Bowl in 2003 but lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.