With this one win today in Cleveland, the Raiders ended five different long-standing losing streaks. They took down the Browns 27-20
1. Eastern Time Zone
The most shocking of the losing streaks the Raiders had coming into this game was this one. They hadn't won in the Eastern Time Zone the past 16 times -- a streak that spanned of six seasons. That streak is no longer. Playing the early game in the East will continue to put any West Coast team at a disadvantage, but the streak will no longer hang over them.
2. Away from Oakland
Between the 2013 and 2014 season, the Raiders had lost 16-straight games. Then they put up three wins to end last season, but every one of them were at home. They hadn't won away from Oakland their last 12 chances. Not anymore.
3. In Cleveland
One of the more interesting discoveries was the Raiders hadn't won in Cleveland since 1985. That's thirty years since they headed to Cleveland and pulled out a win, though they had played there three times during that span, including a loss last season. Browns fans in Cleveland left unhappy after their team faced the Raiders for the first time in a generation.
4. Back to back wins
Not since early in the 2012 season have the Raiders been able to put together two wins in a row. They had won just 8 games leading up to last week after those back-to-back wins, with all of them followed by a loss. That ends with the Raiders beating the Ravens last week and the Browns today.
5. Strong start
The Raiders are now 2-1 on the season. The last time that happened was 2011 when they went 7-4 before losing four of their final five games to finish 8-8. Late that season was also the last time the Raiders had a winning record.