Raiders 16, Bengals 30
- The Raiders fell to the Cincinnati Bengals by a score of 16-30, bringing Oakland’s record to 3-11 on the season.
- The Silver and Black now move to 18-11 in the all-time regular season series against the Bengals.
- The Raiders move to 2-2 against AFC North opponents this season.
Starters – Offense
WR Jordy Nelson
T Kolton Miller
G Chaz Green
C Rodney Hudson
G Denzelle Good
T Brandon Parker
TE Jared Cook
WR Seth Roberts
WR Marcell Ateman
QB Derek Carr
RB Doug Martin
Starters – Defense
DE Frostee Rucker
DT P.J. Hall
DT Johnathan Hankins
DE Arden Key
LB Nicholas Morrow
LB Tahir Whitehead
CB Daryl Worley
CB Gareon Conley
S Marcus Gilchrist
S Erik Harris
S Karl Joseph
K Daniel Carlson
- Carlson cut the Bengals lead to 10 points, connecting on a 50-yard field goal with 6:33 left in the third quarter.
- Carlson split the uprights for the second time with 2:42 left in the third quarter from 27 yards out.
- Carlson recorded his third field goal of the day, a 40-yarder with 5:09 remaining in the fourth quarter.
- Carlson finished the day 3-of-3 on field goals and was true on one extra point, scoring 10 points.
QB Derek Carr
- Carr orchestrated the Raiders first touchdown of the game, a 5-play, 75-yard drive lasting 2:53, connecting with TE Lee Smith for a 1-yard touchdown.
- On the touchdown pass to Smith, Carr set the franchise record for most consecutive pass attempts without an interception with 278.
- Through three quarters, Carr recorded 225 yards to pass Drew Bledsoe for the sixth most passing yards through a player’s first five years with 18,349.
- Carr recorded his ninth consecutive game without an interception, now holding the longest active interception-less streak in the NFL with 292 passes.
- Carr completed 21-of-38 passes for 263 yards with one touchdown, earning a passer rating of 85.7.
S Erik Harris
- Earning his second start of the season, Harris picked off Jeff Driskel with 8:51 left on a deep pass in the first quarter. The interception marked the first of his career.
- Harris finished the day with two tackles, two passes defensed and one interception while contributing one tackle on special teams.
RB Jalen Richard
- With 67 receiving yards, Richard becomes the third Raiders running back to surpass 1,000 receiving yards in their first three years.
- Richard currently has the second-most receptions by a Raiders running back in their first three seasons with 114, second only to Marcus Allen (170).
- Richard ended the game with five receptions for 67 yards, adding four carries for nine yards.
TE Lee Smith
- With 3:51 left in the first half, Smith put the Raiders on the board with a 1-yard touchdown, capping a 5-play, 75-yard drive lasting 2:53.
- Smith’s score set a career high and marked the third consecutive week he’s recorded a touchdown. TE Jared Cook was the last Raider to record a receiving score in three straight weeks, doing so in Weeks 11-13.
TE Darren Waller
- In just his second game with the Raiders, Waller set a career long rush (21 yards) and reception (44 yards). Waller’s 44-yard reception in the second quarter set up a 1-yard touchdown to TE Lee Smith on the next play.
- Waller finished the day with one reception for 44 yards and one rush for 21 yards.
- TE Jared Cook finished with two receptions for 23 yards, continuing to rank fourth amongst tight ends in the NFL this season with 848 receiving yards.
- WR Jordy Nelson ended the game with team-high six receptions for 88 yards.
- S Karl Joseph lead the team in tackles with eight stops and recorded his first sack of the season, taking down QB Jeff Driskel for a loss of seven yards.