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First Half Highlights Versus The Seahawks


On the first series of the game Derek Carr dropped back, rolled out to his right and found Andre Holmes for a gain of 11.

The Raiders continued moving down the field as Darren McFadden took the handoff from Carr and burst through the Seattle defense for a gain of nine.

Facing a 3rd & 2, Carr connected with Mychal Rivera for a four-yard pickup and a Raiders first down.

On 3rd & 8, Carr once again found Rivera for a gain of 16 and another Oakland first down.

The Oakland drive stalled, but Sebastian Janikowski was able to convert a 48-yard field goal to give the Raiders an early 3-0 lead.

Russell Wilson threw a quick screen pass to Doug Baldwin, but Charles Woodson led a group of Raiders to drop him for a short gain.

The Raiders were forced to punt on their second possession, but Marquette King came on and boomed a 53-yard punt to force the Seahawks to take over from their own 26.

Russell Wilson attempted to find Jermaine Kearse on the sideline, but TJ Carrie provided the tight coverage and forced the incompletion.

The Raiders forced a three and out from the Seahawks as Wilson wasn't able to find an open receiver with his team facing a 3rd & 8.

Carr found an open Brice Butler and picked up 12 yards to earn the Raiders a new set of downs.

Wilson tried to once again find Kearse on the sideline, but the Oakland defense held firm and forced a Seattle field goal attempt.

Steven Hauschka attempted a 46-yard field goal but was unable to convert, giving the Raiders the ball back at their own 36.

With just over 11 minutes left in the first half, Carr found Marcel Reece for a gain of 12 to bring the Raiders close to midfield.

After a 53-yard punt by Marqette King, Larry Asante was able to bring down Doug Baldwin at the Seattle two-yard line.

Russell Wilson threw a screen pass to Paul Richardson, but Miles Burris was able to stop him in the backfield for a three-yard loss.

With 5:05 left in the first half, Russell Wilson rolled to his right but wasn't able to escape Sio Moore who brought down the quarterback for a loss of two.

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