As Raiders move cities, what’s the future of the fan base?

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The NFL is known for its legion of dedicated fan bases, like Cleveland's Dawg Pound, the Bills Mafia in Buffalo and the Terrible Towel-waving fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers. But one group takes it to another level. We're talking about the infamous silver-and-black clad fans of Raider Nation. With the team playing its last game in Oakland Sunday before moving to Las Vegas, Dana Jacobson met up with some of the Raiders' most hardcore fans to see what their future with the team might be.

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How inconsiderate of Gorilla's son to have his wedding during a Raider game. SMH.

Author — JohnnyRotten

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I don't think you should ask about "family" to a guy who missed his son's wedding for a game.

Author — Matt Quast

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Nah bro...missing your son’s wedding for a game is not something to be proud of

Author — PowdaToastFace Killah

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Raider fans have more passion than the actual raider player s

Author — johhny817

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Most of the fan base would violate their probation if they went to a game in Vegas.

Author — coflyguy

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Dad: I misses my son's wedding because of the Raiders game.
Years later
Son: I misses my dad's funeral because of the Raiders game.

Author — Keikilani Katso

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The franchise dont give a damn about the fans at the end of the day.

Author — robert lara

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I missed my son’s wedding to cus I had a Chili’s coupon that was about to expire. What’s the big deal?

Author — JP W

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The fans have to tell their parole agent everytime they leave the city or change addresses.

Author — Chosen One

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So we give the chargers to fans that don't want them yet we move the raiders from fans that love them lol makes sense smh

Author — Rusty Shackleford

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Guy misses wedding to see a game, player making 10x more than the fan would miss a game anytime, and laughs at the fan.

Author — Coffee Now

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The problem is if fans from other teams don’t feel it is safe, they don’t go with doesn’t lead to sellouts and less revenue for the owner and local community...now their team is gone.

Author — lastpme

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That’s dumb how do you miss your sons wedding

Author — vmac805 Zero

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Inconsiderate son schedules wedding on 1 of Raiders 8 home games. Dude literally had 357 days or 44 other Sundays to choose from and people hatin' on dad.

Author — BesTexas

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In his deathbed he'll beg his son for forgiveness...GUARANTEE

Author — luis rodriguez

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Why would the son have his wedding on football sunday of he knew his dad is a raiders fan?

Author — What Is VR?

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Hopefully the Vegas Stadium has record low attendance every game.
Then they will see that it was a mistake leaving Oakland.

Author — Count Orlok

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Now watch as soon as they start playing in Vegas they going to start winning

Author — George Couvson

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He forgot to mention that the Raiders lost that game after he missed his son's 🤣😂🤣😂

Author — Bobby Armijo

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"What’s the future of the fan base?" 😂 Hopefully staying out of jail, getting a job or going back to school.

Author — kellie pastellie