The Raiders fell to the Denver Broncos, 26-13, at O.co Coliseum on Thursday.
The contest marked the first Thursday home game for the Silver and Black since Oct. 25, 1979.
The Raiders held the Broncos to two touchdowns on seven red-zone trips (29 percent). The Broncos entered the game tied for fourth in the NFL in red-zone offense at 61.4 percent.
The Raiders had a 10-play, 90-yard touchdown drive in the second quarter that lasted 6:33, the longest drive by the Silver and Black this season.
The drive was the third of 90-or-more yards this season, following a 93-yard drive on Nov. 11, vs. New Orleans, and a 92-yard drive on Sept. 16, at Miami.
Oakland’s defense tied a season high with three sacks. The total also tied for the most against the Broncos in a game this season.
The Raiders scored a touchdown with 1:59 remaining in the second quarter, the 10th time this season that Oakland has scored within the final two minutes of the first half. The Raiders scored within the final two minutes of the first half in nine straight games before having the streak snapped on Nov. 18, vs. New Orleans.
The Raiders fell to 7-8 all-time in games played on Thursdays.
Palmer had two touchdown passes, marking the sixth time in the last seven games that he has recorded multiple scoring tosses.
Palmer notched a quarterback rating of 100-or-more for the third time this season, posting a 101.1 rating.
Streater hauled in a 58-yard pass from Palmer, recording his second long reception in as many games. He posted a 64-yard touchdown catch on Dec. 2, vs. Cleveland.
Streater’s reception is tied for the fifth-longest play from scrimmage by the Raiders this season.
Heyward-Bey tied a season high with five receptions for 82 yards.
WR Denarius Moore hauled in four passes 43 yards, the eighth time this season that he has totaled four-or-more catches.
McFadden broke off a 36-yard run on the Raiders’ first drive of the second half, his longest run since a 64-yard touchdown scamper on Sept. 23, vs. Pittsburgh.
McFadden returned to action after missing five games due to an ankle injury. He played for the first time since Nov. 4, vs. Tampa Bay.
McFadden rushed for 52 yards, bringing his career total to 3,134 and moving him ahead of No. 11 Harvey Williams (3,094, 1994-98) on the franchise’s career list.
Adams was credited with two passes defensed, marking a career high for the third-year player.
DE Lamarr Houston posted a sack for the second straight game, getting to QB Peyton Manning on a third-and-8 play and forcing Denver to settle for a field goal. It was Houston’s third sack of the season.
Mitchell’s sack was the first by a Raider defensive back this season.
Myers’ team-leading 70 catches are the most by a Raider tight end since Todd Christensen’s 95 receptions in 1986, and the most by a Raider since WR Jerry Porter hauled in 76 passes in 2005.
Lechler placed three punts inside the 20-yard line, tying a season high that he set on Nov. 25, at Cincinnati.