After several league seasons, in 1982, Al Davis moved the team from Oakland in Northern California to Los Angeles in Southern California. In Los Angeles, the Raiders won their third Super Bowl title, but in the 1980s, they only made the playoffs twice. In 1995, Al Davis brought the team back to Oakland. In 2000, head coach Jon Gruden led the team with a record of 12 wins and 4 losses to their first division championship title after 1990, and it was also their first three consecutive years of winning the AFC West Division first. In 2002, under the leadership of head coach Bill Callahan , the Raiders met with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers led by Jon Gruden in the 37th Super Bowl final. The team lost 21-48 in a head-to-head situation. Dropped the game. After the loss of this game, the team fell into a slump and failed to make the playoffs for 13 consecutive seasons from 2003 to 2015. This is the longest playoff dry period in team history. It was not stopped until quarterback Derek Carr played well. The longest infamous record in team history. Shop the world's best Las Vegas Raiders sports face coverings.