In their final home game at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, the Raiders didn't have the send-off they had hoped for when the Jacksonville Jaguars came back from a 16-3 deficit at the half to on their way to a 20-16 victory.
Whether it was because the loss capped off another disappointing campaign for a team that's not going to have a winning record for the 16th time in the last 17 seasons, or the realization that their beloved yet disappointing franchise was saying goodbye to Oakland for Las Vegas, Raiders fans allowed their emotions to boil over following the conclusion of today's game.
Despite Derek Carr and Raiders players' best efforts to leave the stadium on good terms, it didn't end well.
Chaos eventually erupted between Raiders fans and security.
Items like food, cans of beer and trash were thrown onto the field.
Needless to say, it was an ugly end for the Raiders' era in Oakland.