RB Maurice Jones-Drew's 40-yard TD run kept the game close early, and the defense showed signs of being able to get to the quarterback, but the Packers proved to be too much at Lambeau Field.
The Packers won the opening coin toss and elected to receive. RB DuJuan Harris returned K Kevin Goessling’s opening kickoff to the Packers 27. The Packers marched down the field right off the bat as RB Eddie Lacy scored on a 1-yard TD plunge to cap a 6-play, 72-yard drive. The two-point conversion was good and the Packers led 8-0 with 11:53 left in the 1st quarter.
The ensuing kickoff went out of bounds and the Raiders started at the Oakland 40. The Raiders answered with a 40-yard RB Maurice Jones-Drew touchdown burst to cap a 5-play, 60-yard drive. Goessling added the extra point and cut the Packers lead to 8-7 with 9:23 left 1st quarter.
Harris fielded the ensuing kickoff eight yards deep in the end zone, took a knee for a touchback and the Packers started at the 20. The Raiders forced a Packers punt and P Tim Masthay came on. Rookie CB TJ Carrie called for and bobbled the fair catch but the Packers were called for kick catch interference. The Raiders started at the 37.
The Raiders went three-and-out and P Marquette King came on to punt to WR Randall Cobb. Cobb fielded the bouncing punt and was dropped immediately at the 12. The Raiders forced a three-and-out of their own as DE LaMarr Woodley sacked QB Aaron Rodgers on 3rd and 7. Masthay’s punt was downed at the Packers 48.
The Raiders went three-and-out and King’s punt was downed at the Green Bay 11. The Raiders returned the favor with another three-and-out of their own and Masthay came on to punt to Carrie. Masthay’s punt angled out of bounds at the Oakland 45.
The Raiders went three-and-out and punted the ball back to the Packers. After a fumble and a penalty, Green Bay started at the 33. Green Bay added to their lead when Rodgers connected with WR Jordy Nelson for a 12-yard TD pass on 4th and 3. The two-point conversion failed and the Packers led 14-7 with 13:37 left in the 2nd quarter.
K Mason Crosby’s ensuing kickoff sailed out of the end zone for a touchback and the Raiders started at the 20. The Raiders went three-and-out and King came on to punt to DB Micah Hyde. Hyde fielded King’s 62-yard rocket and returned it 18 yards to the 34.
The Packers mounted another scoring drive, aided by an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on DT Antonio Smith, as Rodgers hit TE Andrew Quarless from 6 yards out. A pass interference call on the two-point conversion gave the Packers another shot. RB James Starks added the two-point conversion and the Packers led 22-7 with 5:58 left in the 2nd quarter.
RB Jeremy Stewart returned the ensuing kickoff 16 yards to the Oakland 22. The Raiders picked up two first downs on pass interference calls but were forced to punt. The Packers started at the 14 after a King punt and a fair catch.
Matt Flynn entered the game at quarterback for the Packers. The Raiders forced a three-and-out and took over after a WR Denarius Moore punt return. The teams traded turnovers – a Matt Schaub fumble and a rookie LB Khalil Mack interception off Flynn. The Raiders were unable to take advantage and the Packers took a 22-7 lead into the locker room at halftime.
Schaub appeared to have led a scoring drive to start the 3rd quarter as he connected with WR James Jones on a 14-yard TD strike that was overturned on replay review. The Raiders failed to convert on 4th and goal and the Packers took over. The Raiders forced a Masthay punt and took over at the Oakland 42 after a Carrie return.
Matt McGloin entered the game at quarterback. A couple of plays later, RB Kory Sheets fumbled the ball back to the Packers, who took over at the Green Bay 43. The Packers added a Crosby 41-yard FG to give them a 25-7 lead late in the 3rd quarter.
The Raiders managed one first down before the Packers forced a punt. After a touchback, the Packers started at the 20. Scott Tolzien entered the game at quarterback. Tolzein led a scoring drive and finished it with a 15-yard TD pass to WR Alex Gillett. The two-point conversion failed and the Packers led 31-7 with 10:44 left in the game.
The Packers held the Raiders to a three-and-out and King came on to punt. The Packers took over at their own 25 after a fair catch. The Packers drove to the Raiders 35 before settling for a field goal attempt. The 53-yard kick was no good and the Raiders took over.
McGloin connected with Butler for a 28-yard TD strike and RB George Atkinson III scored the two-point conversion to cut Green Bay’s lead to 31-21 with 11 seconds left. After a kickoff and a kneel-down, Green Bay secured the win.
The Raiders fall to 1-2 on the preseason and head home to face the Seattle Seahawks in the 2014 Preseason finale.