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Oakland Raiders Jokes for Any NFL Fan

As any long-time fan of the NFL knows, there has always been one team that has been the butt of jokes. Part of the fun in telling jokes about the Oakland Raiders was that so many of them seemed to be based on a bit of fact. However, recent events have shown that the Raiders are building a solid team and the years of making fun of their ineptitude are probably over. You could probably substitute your most hated team into the punchline of most of these jokes.

Nevertheless, here's a few Raiders jokes to tickle your fancy:

How do you keep the Oakland Raiders out of your yard?

Put up a goal post.

The Oakland Police are trying to crack down on speeders. For your first speeding offense, they give you two Raiders tickets. For your second offense, they make you use them.

What's the difference between the Oakland Raiders and a dollar bill?

You can still get four quarters out of a dollar bill.

Four football fans climbed a mountain together. Each fan represented a team from the AFC West.

As they climbed, they argued about who loved their team the most.

When they reached the top, the San Diego Chargers fan said, "This is for the Chargers!"

He then ran and jumped off the side of the mountain.

Not wanting to be outdone, the Kansas City Chiefs fan then said, "This is for the Chiefs!"

He jumped off the mountain to his doom as well.

The Denver Broncos fan, seeing what the other two had done, yelled, "This is for everyone!"

He then pushed the Oakland Raiders fan off the mountain.

A guy walks into a bar with his dog. The bartender says, "Sorry. No pets allowed."

The man replies, "This is a special dog. Turn on the Raiders game and you'll see."

The bartender is curious and decides to turn on the game.

The guy then tells the bartender, "Watch. When the Raiders score, my dog does flips."

The Raiders happen to kick a few field goals, and each time the dog jumps and flips.

Impressed, the bartender yells, "Wow! That's some dog you got there! What happens when the Raiders score a touchdown?"

The man replied, "I don't know. I've only had him for seven years!"