Oakland native and lifelong fan Ted Ludwick told us he was sad to hear the news but not surprised.
Jimmy Blake, a Raiders fan from Fresno, California, puts all of his blame and frustration onto the shoulders of Raiders Davis.
The Raiders are now expected to play at least the next two seasons in the Bay Area, leaving fans to hope for another championship in Oakland prior to any records being set elsewhere.
The Raiders reportedly don't plan to move until 2019, so they still have two "lame duck" seasons to play in Oakland.
Reid was not the only fan who appeared to be dismayed at the approval, with some hitting out at the decision to "strip the city of its team".
But recently, Davis had appeared to be itching to leave the city once more, going in on a bid with the Chargers to move both teams to Los Angeles - a bid that voted down by National Football League owners early previous year.
"Never that we know of has the National Football League voted to displace a team from its established market when there is a fully financed option before them with all the issues addressed", Mayor Libby Schaaf said in a statement. After that, however, they may not be welcomed back according to one stadium executive.
"I think [Mark Davis] said pretty clearly that he'd like to stay in Oakland and he'd certainly like to stay in the East Bay, and we'd want to be helpful with him in that", York said.
Jim Otto and Tom Flores, the center and quarterback for the first play in franchise history (1960), were both saddened by news that the team can be Las Vegas-bound within the next three years. "Moving the Raiders? You can move a lot of teams, but there aren't many fan bases like the Raiders' fan base".
In the next two years Raiders are still going to play in Oakland and after that, they are going to the southern part of Nevada. I just remain hopeful that the team does good. What happens in between the end of next season and the opening of their new stadium in Sin City, however, is reportedly up in the air. Raider Nation is the greatest fan base in the world, and we're going to build something to make them proud.
Interestingly, one segment that will profit from the move: Raiders employees. "I don't believe they did".
The stadium, expected to cost $1.9 billion, is planned for 2020.
The Las Vegas Raiders has a nice ring to it, don't ya think?