Oakland Raiders vs. Denver Broncos, 59-14: The Greatest NFL Game in 2010

Great teams are simply that: great. Last season, Raiders fans enjoyed the greatest game of the 2010 NFL season in Denver, Colorado, watching the Silver and Black play at a level that literally shook Invesco Field at Mile High to the ground. The date was October 24, 2010 and will be remembered for generations!

The Oakland Raiders proved that when all cylinders are clicking, they are unstoppable on both sides of the ball. The Raiders dominated Denver and almost every player partook in a role in one of the biggest wins for the team. In fact, the game in Denver was historic for both leagues. It was by far the greatest NFL game to watch in 2010.

Breaking down the Oakland Raider roster, it becomes crystal clear: The Raiders had a balanced offense and defense. They not only complemented each other, but they shattered the souls of men. The souls of the Denver Broncos merely watched and played in anguish as the Silver and Black robbed them of their pride.

Richard Seymour, Tommy Kelly, Trevor Scott, Matt Shaughnessy, Standford Routt, Nnamdi Asomugha, Rolando McClain, Mike Mitchell and Kimerion Wimbley were a perfect team. The Oakland defensive players worked like a fine-tuned machine as they pressured Broncos QB Kyle Orton (who looked fearful the whole game).

Kyle Orton was sacked four times for 33 lost yards by Richard Seymour, Kamerion Wimbley, Rolando McClain and Trevor Scott. It appeared that the Oakland Raiders could make no mistakes. The Silver and Black rolled into town and simply took over the Bronco gridiron. The defense was basically unstoppable, and offensive coach Hue Jackson took advantage of the Denver Broncos lineup. 

Defensively, CB Chris Johnson returned a 30-yard interception for the second Oakland TD; tight end Zach Miller was wide open to catch the first.

A huge weapon, however, was the running attack and juke of running back Darren McFadden. McFadden went down in Raider hist...

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