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The Santa Rosa family from Southern California brought the love. "It's the last game, we've got to show our support in Vegas, NorCal, SoCal we've got to show our support 'til we die," said Andrew Santa Rosa.
Longtime season ticket holder Karen Loughran from Oakland says it's a sad day for the Silver and Black.
"I woke up depressed and started crying. I'm not going to Vegas. This is our house but it's not our home anymore," said Loughran.
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"It's like going to a funeral, today's the wake today we're gonna view it and tomorrow we bury it, I'm sad," said Raiders fan "Gorilla Rilla"
#Raiders superfan Gorilla Rilla reflected on the team’s departure from Oakland this way: “It’s like going to a funeral. Today is the wake. Today we’re going to view it, because tomorrow we’re going to bury it.” https://t.co/BzcdxOcY59 pic.twitter.com/yfGErPHA79— ABC7 News (@abc7newsbayarea) December 16, 2019
Former Oakland firefighter Dave Detlefsen was at the first Raiders game at the coliseum in 1966.
He told ABC7 News on Saturday he wanted to be at the last game but didn't have a ticket.
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The team saw our story and treated him seats in a luxury box.
"I didn't have a ticket I said I'm gonna go anyway, I didn't know it would go this way I'm a lucky man," said Detlefsen.
In the end, The Raiders lost to the Jaguars 16-20 but Raider Nation kept on with that familiar fan chant: "Raiders!"
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