CP FOR THREE: In his first start with the Silver and Black, QB
332 IN FIRST START: QB Carson Palmer completed 19 of 35 pass attempts for 332 yards in his first start as a Raider on November 6. It marked the third 300-yard passing performance by a Raider quarterback this season, as
REECE HITS PAYDIRT: FB Marcel Reece scored a touchdown on a 40-yard pass from QB Carson Palmer against the Broncos on November 6. It marked the second receiving touchdown of the season for Reece, who returned to action after missing four games due to injury. Reece also had a three-yard touchdown reception in the season opener at Denver, and scored three receiving touchdowns last season including a career-high 73-yard catch-and-run against the Broncos on December 19, 2010.
90-PLUS AGAIN: RB Michael Bush rushed for over 90 yards for the second straight week, totaling 96 yards on 19 carries against Denver on November 6. Bush, who ran for 99 yards against the Kansas City Chiefs on October 23, added two receptions for 33 yards including an 11-yard touchdown catch against the Broncos.
WIMBLEY BACK WITH A SACK: LB
HOUSTON MATCHES A HIGH: DE
PALMER AND HOUSHMANDZADEH RECONNECT: After playing together for six seasons in Cincinnati, QB Carson Palmer and WR
BLACKSTOCK SACK: LB
SPREADING THE WEALTH: QB Carson Palmer connected with eight different receivers against the Denver Broncos on November 6 at O.co Coliseum, totaling 19 completions on the afternoon. Five different receivers recorded at least two catches.
FORD SCORES: WR Jacoby Ford hauled in an 18-yard touchdown pass in the corner of the end zone against the Denver Broncos on November 6. The score marked his first touchdown reception of the season and the fourth of his career. It was his second touchdown of the season, having scored on a 101-yard kickoff return against the Cleveland Browns on October 16.
JACOBY TOPS 100: WR Jacoby Ford totaled five receptions for 105 yards against the Broncos on November 6, becoming the third different Raider receiver to top the 100-yard plateau this season. Ford joined WR
BUSH FIRST: RB Michael Bush’s 11-yard touchdown reception from QB Carson Palmer marked a career-first for the fourth-year player. Bush, who has rushed for 17 career touchdowns including a team-high eight last season, had never previously recorded a receiving score.