Raiders 15, Seahawks 17
- The Raiders dropped their preseason finale to the Seattle Seahawks by a score of 15-17, bringing their preseason record to 3-1.
- The Raiders now hold a 5-13 record against the Seahawks in the preseason, as their all-time preseason record falls to 135-135-1.
Starters - Offense
WR Marcell Ateman
LT David Sharpe
LG Johnathan Cooper
C Andre James
RG Lester Cotton Sr.
RT Brandon Parker
TE Luke Willson
WR De'Mornay Pierson-El
QB Mike Glennon
WR Keelan Doss
RB James Butler
Starters - Defense
DE Ethan Westbrooks
DT Anthony Rush
DT Gabe Wright
DE Josh Mauro
SLB Kyle Wilber
MLB Jason Cabinda
WLB Koa Farmer
CB Nevin Lawson
CB Nick Nelson
S Dallin Leavitt
S Jordan Richards
- The Raiders defense held the Seahawks to 214 yards in the game and 2-of-11 (18 percent) on third down,
holding the Seattle to 80 passing yards.
- With three sacks in the contest, coming from LB Kyle Wilber, DT Gabe Wright and DE Ethan Westbrooks, the Silver and Black have totaled 10 sacks in the preseason.
- K Daniel Carlson finished with three field goals, scoring nine points.
- The Raiders offense recorded three scoring drives of 10-plays-or-more and outgained the Seahawks 328 to 214 in total yards.
- DE Josh Mauro
- Mauro recorded four tackles (two solo) in his Raiders preseason debut.
- WR Marcell Ateman
- Ateman finished second on the team with 49 yards on five catches (9.8 avg.), with a 22-yard long.
- Ateman finished the preseason with eight receptions for 101 yards (12.6 avg.).
- RB Mack Brown
- Brown led all rushers through the first half of play with 51 yards on eight carries (6.4 avg.), including an 22-yard carry which marked his longest run of the preseason.
- Brown finished with 15 carries for 79 yards (5.3 avg.), in addition to one reception for six yards. His 79 rushing yards ranked fourth amongst all rushers in Week 4 of the preseason.
- Brown finished the preseason ranked fifth in the NFL with 161 rushing yards on 39 carries (4.1 avg.).
- RB James Butler
- Butler capped off an 8-play, 55-yard drive lasting 2:13, with a 3-yard touchdown run. The touchdown marked the first for Butler as member of the Silver and Black.
- Butler finished with 17 yards on 14 carries with one TD, in addition to five receptions for 24 yards (4.8 avg.).
- Butler finished the preseason ranked eighth in the NFL with 134 rushing yards on 48 carries.
- K Daniel Carlson
- Carlson put the Raiders on the board in the first quarter, connecting on a 43-yard field goal. The field goal marked the longest for Carlson this preseason.
- Carlson recorded his second field goal of the day, a 20-yarder with :03 seconds left in the first half to cut Seattle’s lead to 14-6.
- Carlson connected on his third field goal of the night, a 23-yarder which culminated a 10-play, 41-yard drive lasting 5:14.
- Carlson was 3-for-4 on field goals, scoring nine points.
- Carlson finished the preseason 7-of-8 on field goals and was perfect on all seven PATs, scoring 28 points.
- WR Keelan Doss
- For the third consecutive game, Doss led the team in receiving yards with 63 yards on six receptions (10.5 avg.).
- Doss led all Raiders this preseason with 17 receptions for 162 yards, ranking 10th in the NFL.
- WR Rico Gafford
- Gafford finished the night with three catches for 27 yards (9.0 avg.), in addition to 10 yards rushing on two carries (5.0 avg.).
- Gafford ended the preseason with nine receptions for 114 yards (12.7 avg.) with one touchdown. His 53-yard TD reception was the longest passing play of the preseason.
- WR Keon Hatcher
- Hatcher led all receivers through the first half of play with 54 yards on six catches (9.0avg.).
- Hatcher tied for the team lead with six receptions for 54 yards (9.0 avg.).
- Hatcher finished the preseason ranked 12th in the AFC with 142 yards on 11 receptions (12.9 avg.).
- QB Mike Glennon
- Glennon led the offense down the field on the Raiders opening drive, orchestrating a 11-play, 50-yard drive lasting 4:16, which culminated in a 43-yard FG by K Daniel Carlson.
- Glennon finished the night completing 9-of-13 passes for 78 yards and a passer rating of 84.8, exiting the game after the first quarter.
- Glennon finished the preseason 41-of-61 passing for 491 yards with two touchdowns for a passer rating of 88.9.
- His 491 passing yards ranked eighth in the NFL through the preseason
- QB Nathan Peterman
- Peterman led the Raiders down the field on a 11-play, 71-yard drive which was capped by a 20-yard field goal by K Daniel Carlson.
- Peterman led the offense on a second scoring drive with 3:05 left in the third quarter, which was culminated with a 23-yard field goal by Carlson.
- Peterman led the Raiders down the field on an 8-play, 55-yard touchdown drive, which was capped by a 3-yard run by RB James Butler.
- Peterman ended the night completing 20-of-27 passes for 158 yards for a passer rating of 88.2.
- Peterman finished the preseason 60-of-84 passing for 475 yards with three touchdowns for a passer rating of 97.1.
- S Jordan Richards
- Richards recorded a team-high six tackles.
- DE Ethan Westbrooks
- Westbrooks recorded his second sack of the preseason, taking down QB Paxton Lynch for a loss of 10 yards to end the third quarter. The sack marks the 10th of the preseason for the Silver and Black.
- Westbrooks, who now leads the Silver and Black with two sacks, finished the game with three tackles, one sack and one pass defensed.
- LB Kyle Wilber
- Wilber recorded his first sack of the preseason, taking down QB Geno Smith for a loss of 12 yards and forced a Seahawks punt. The sack marked the eighth of the preseason for the Silver and Black.
- Wilber finished the contest recording five tackles and one sack, adding one tackle on special teams.
- DT Gabe Wright
- Wright recorded the Raiders second sack of the night late in the second quarter, marking his first of the preseason. Wright took down QB Geno Smith for a loss of nine yards, setting up third-and-18 and forcing a punt on the following play. The sack marked the ninth of the preseason for the Raiders.
- Wright finished with three tackles and one sack in the contest.
- P A.J. Cole punted five times for 243 yards (48.6 avg.) with a long of 61 yards, placing two punts inside the 20-yard line.