Greatest Raiders Plays - Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Oakland football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

1984 Super Bowl XVIII vs Washington - Marcus Allen Run
1977 Super Bowl XI vs Minnesota - Old Man Willie!
1981 Super Bowl XV vs Philadelphia - Plunkett to King for 80 yards
1974 AFC Divisional Round vs Miami - The Sea of Hands

These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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1984 Super Bowl XVIII
Marcus Allen Run
Oakland vs Washington
38 - 9
22 January, 1984
Ranked as the #12 clutch Super Bowl play by NFL Films, Marcus Allen took the handoff towards the left and in a moment of improvisation, wheeled back around towards the right, found a hole, and broke through for a 74 yard touchdown run to essentially seal the victory even with 15 minutes still to play.

1977 Super Bowl XI
Old Man Willie!
Oakland vs Minnesota
32 - 14
9 January, 1977
Led by John Madden and Ken Stabler, the 13-1 Oakland Raiders finally made it to the Super Bowl after losing in 5 previous AFC Championship games. However, the clutch play came when 13 year veteran Willie Brown jumped the route and retuerned a 75 yard interception to seal the win. Oakland's first Super Bowl.

1981 Super Bowl XV
Plunkett to King for 80 yards
Oakland vs Philadelphia
27 - 10
25 January, 1981
Just before the end of the first quarter, Jim Plunkett found Kenny King as he dropped a pass just over Philadelphia DB Herm Edwards as King raced down the sidelines untouched for an 80 yard touchdown, the longest Super Bowl TD in history until Favre and Freeman's 16 years later.

1974 AFC Divisional Round
The Sea of Hands
Oakland vs Miami
28 - 26
21 December, 1974
Facing two-time reigning champs Miami, it was believed the winner of this game would go on to win the SB IX. With only 35 seconds left, Stabler scrambled and as he was being brought down managed to flick a pass to Clarence Davis who wrestled the ball away from 3 Miami defenders for the game-winning TD.