The Raiders' last 15 starting QBs
Rich Gannon (1999-2004)
Rich Gannon started for the Raiders from 1999-2004, recording a 45-29 win-loss record over his six-year tenure. He was named MVP in 2002, when he led the league with 418 completions (26.1 completed passes per game), 618 attempts, 4,689 yards (293.1 yards per game), and took the Raiders to their last Super Bowl.
Rick Mirer (2003)
Rick Mirer, the No. 2 overall pick in the 1993 draft, composed a 2-6 record for the Raiders in 2003.
Marques Tuiasosopo (2003, 2005)
Dual-threat quarterback Marques Tuiasosopo played limited time in 2003 and 2005 for the struggling Raiders, compiling an 0-2 record as a starter.
Kerry Collins (2004-2005)
After being brought in as a backup quarterback, Kerry Collins started 13 games in 2004 and 15 games in 2005. He left with a 7-21 record and led the NFL with 20 interceptions in 2004.
Andrew Walter (2006, 2008)
Andrew Walter started games in both 2006 and 2008, finishing his Oakland career with a 2-7 record. Walter tossed three touchdowns to 16 interceptions as a starter.
Aaron Brooks (2006)
Aaron Brooks struggled mightily in his lone season with the Raiders. He went 0-8 in 2006 before retiring from the NFL at year’s end.
Josh McCown completed 30 of 40 passes for 313 yards with two touchdowns in his first start for the Raiders, facing the Lions in 2007. But the oft-injured quarterback only started nine games, compiling a 2-7 record.
Daunte Culpepper (2007)
Three years removed from being a First-Team All-Pro, Daunte Culpepper was brought in to bridge the gap to the Raiders’ young quarterbacks. In 2007, Culpepper posted a 2-4 record before hurting his hamstring racing teammate Stanford Routt in practice.
Jamarcus Russell (2007-2009)
No. 1 overall pick JaMarcus Russell saw his fair share of struggles in three seasons for the Raiders. From 2007-2009, he led the Raiders to a 7-18 record and averaged 131.7 yards per game through the air. Off the field, Russell continued to struggle. He was arrested for possession of a controlled substance (codeine) and cut by the Raiders in 2010. He is widely regarded as one of the biggest draft busts of all time.
Bruce Gradkowski (2009-2010)
Bruce Gradkowski enjoyed some success for the Raiders in 2009, leading them to two come-from-behind victories in his first two starts. He received AFC Player of the Week honors after his second start of the year versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. The injury-plagued quarterback also provided relief in 2010. In his two years, he led the Raiders to a 3-5 record.
Charlie Frye (2009)
In his last year in the NFL, Charlie Frye started three games for the Raiders in 2009 with a 1-2 record.
Jason Campbell (2010-2011)
Jason Campbell had a successful run as Raiders quarterback in both 2010 and 2011 posting a 11-7 win-loss record to go along with a 19:12 touchdown-interception ratio.
Kyle Boller (2011)
Kyle Boller started one game in 2011, and lost. It was final NFL game.
Carson Palmer (2011-2012)
After Raiders coach Hue Jackson claimed acquiring Carson Palmer for a pair of top draft picks was the "greatest football trade ever," Carson Palmer went 8-16 as a starter in 2011 and 2012.
Terrelle Pryor (2012-)
Terrelle Pryor started the Raiders’ final game of the 2012 season, throwing for 150 yards and two touchdowns in a 24-21 loss to the San Diego Chargers. Pryor, the sixth quarterback ever selected in the supplemental draft to start an NFL game, is expected to start the 2013 season under center for the Silver and Black.