The Raiders fell to the Cincinnati Bengals, 34-10, at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday.
Oakland committed just three penalties, marking a season low. The Raiders were not flagged for a penalty in the first half, and did not commit an infraction until a delay-of-game call in the third quarter.
The Raiders entered the halftime break trailing 24-0, marking the first time this season that the team has not scored in the first half.
The Raiders held the Bengals scoreless in the third quarter, marking the first time this season that Oakland has shut out an opponent in the third period.
Sunday’s loss marked the fourth consecutive defeat for the Silver and Black, the first time since the 2008 season that the Raiders have lost four straight.
Palmer also had a streak of four straight 300-yard passing games snapped. His three consecutive 300-yard games is a career-long stretch.
Palmer connected with WR
Moore’s touchdown catch was the sixth of the season for the second-year receiver, eclipsing his rookie total of five. He became the first Raider player since WR Jerry Porter, who had nine in 2004, to record at least six touchdown receptions.
Three of Moore’s six touchdown catches this season have come on receptions of 20 yards or longer.
Janikowski’s 55-yarder marked his longest of the season, and his third from more than 50 yards out.
Janikowski has made 23 of 24 field-goal attempts in 2012, with his only miss coming from 64 yards.
Janikowski played in his 199th NFL game on Sunday, and looks to become the second Raider to reach 200 career games played this season. P
Janikowski extended his streak of consecutive PATs to 122.
From 40 yards or longer, Janikowski has hit 15 of his last 18, his only misses from 59, 64 and 65 yards.
Reece rushed for 29 yards on three carries during a third-quarter series that resulted in an Oakland touchdown.
RB Jeremy Stewart saw action in his third game and totaled a six receptions for 37 yards, including a 26-yard catch-and-run in the second quarter. Stewart also rushed seven times for 26 yards, including an 8-yard carry.
Myers tied for the team lead with 37 receiving yards, on five catches.
DE Matt Shaughnessy recorded a sack on a third-and-5 play in the third quarter, forcing a Bengal punt. It was Shaughnessy’s first sack since Oct. 14, at Atlanta, and he moved into the team lead with 3.5 sacks on the season.
Rookie WR Juron Criner totaled tied a season high with three receptions for 23 yards. He also had three catches on Nov. 18, vs. New Orleans.
Eight of Criner’s 10 receptions this season have come over the last three games.
LB Kaelin Burnett made his NFL debut, seeing action on the punt-return unit in the third quarter.