Ken “Snake” Stabler was at the forefront of the Oakland Raiders glory years under Coach John Madden. In his 10 Raider years, the left-handed All-American quarterback from Alabama was named to the Pro Bowl five times (’73 to ’77), passing for more than 200 yards 36 times in league play. In 1977, he led the Raiders to a Super Bowl victory over Minnesota. While a Raider, he set a record of 143 attempts without an interception, completing 1,182 passes.

Inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame in 2000.

Plaque location: Oakland Coliseum