After breaking the ice in 1976, Oakland constantly improved its game and won the Super Bowl twice in the first years of the 80s. Jim Otto, George Blanda and Willie Brown were essential players back then and they fully deserved the place in the Hall of Fame. They appear in some classic Oakland Raiders art prints, which would look great in rooms featuring vintage furniture. FulcrumGallery.com provide those interested with the option of framing the pictures, to reduce the size and make them stand out from the crowd.
Great players are always the driving engine pushing the team forward, but a great manager is every bit as important. Not surprisingly, some Oakland Riders posters are dedicated to Joe Madden, who coached them in the late 60s and turned them into a competitive formation. The franchise is unlikely to add another Super Bowl this season as the playoffs are out of reach, but they proved to be resilient and more Oakland Riders art prints celebrating such an achievement could be available in the future.