Here are the game notes from the Oakland Raiders 17-10 road victory against the Tennessee Titans, presented by Microsoft Surface.
Raiders 17, Titans 10
The Raiders won their second consecutive road win of the season to start 2-0 away from home, the first time they've done so since 2002 when they defeated the Steelers in Week 2 at Pittsburgh and the Bills in Buffalo in Week 4.
The victory over the Titans gives the team a five-game advantage in the all-time regular season series, with it now standing at 25-20.
The Raiders now have a two-game win streak against the Tennessee club, the first win coming by a score of 24-21 in 2015.
The Raiders' are now 4-1 in the team's last five regular season road games, dating back to Nov. 29, 2015 at Tennessee.
The Raiders opened on offense with a five-play, 60-yard scoring drive that lasted 1:31. The touchdown for the Raiders' offense is the first on an opening drive of the 2016 season and first opening-drive score since Dec. 6, 2015.
The Raiders converted on their third 90-plus yard scoring drive of the season, an eight-play, 91-yard drive that lasted 3:44.
The defense forced three turnovers for the first time since Week 4 of the 2015 season.
The Raiders' five rushing touchdowns are tied for most in the NFL.
K Sebastian Janikowski Now NFL's All-Time Leader
K Sebastian Janikowskibecame the NFL's all-time leader in field goals of 50-or-more yards (53), passing Jason Hanson, when he made a 52-yarder in the second quarter to give the Raiders a 10-3 lead over the Titans.
Janikowski's 52-yard field goal also move him ahead of Ryan Longwell for 14th all-time in points scored.
Janikowski now has 500 career field goal attempts in regular season and postseason combined.
QB Derek Carr
QB Derek Carr finished the day with 249 passing yards on 21-of-35 passing (60 percent) with one touchdown and one interception for a passer rating of 79.3.
It was the first interception of the season for Carr and first in 137 passing attempts.
WR Amari Cooper
WR Amari Cooper recorded his sixth reception of 20-plus yards, second the NFL in that category, and helped lead to the Raiders' first score of the game.
Cooper finished the day with four receptions for 62 yards (15.5 yard avg.).
WR Michael Crabtree
WR Michael Crabtreerecorded his 20th consecutive game with at least three receptions, dating back to his final game as a member of the 49ers (12/28/2014).
Crabtree registered his ninth career 100-plus yard game on a key third-and-nine play late in the fourth quarter by hauling in an 11-yard pass to give the offense a first down.
His 100-plus yard performance is his fourth as a Raider and first of the season.
Crabtree led all receivers in the game with 102 yards on eight receptions (12.8 yard avg.), while also recording the long reception of the game (31 yards).
**RB Latavius Murray
RB Latavius Murray capped the Raiders' opening drive of the game with a 22-yard touchdown to give the Raiders a 7-3 lead.
Murray scored a touchdown for the third consecutive game in 2016, the first time he's done so in his fourth season with the Raiders.
Murray finished the day with 10 carries for 37 yards (3.7 yard avg.) with a touchdown and one catch for one yard.
WR Seth Roberts
On second-and-five from the Titans' 19-yard line, QB Derek Carr found WR Seth Roberts for a 19-yard score that gave the Raiders a 17-3 lead with 40 seconds left to play in the first half.
His two receiving touchdowns on the season leads all receivers for the team.
Roberts finished the day with two catches for 27 yards (13.5 avg.) with a 19-yard long.
CB David Amerson
Below is a statistical chart of CB David Amerson'stwo games versus the Titans over the last two seasons.
David Amerson vs. Tennessee Titans
DL Denico Autry With 6:02 left to play in the game,DL Denico Autryregistered his first sack of the season and first of the game for the Raiders.
LB Bruce Irvin
On third-and-13 in the second quarter,LB Bruce Irvintackled a scrambling Marcus Mariota and created his second forced fumble of the season.
Irvin finished the day with four tackles and one forced fumble.
S Reggie Nelson
After a Bruce Irvin forced fumble, S Reggie Nelson recorded his first takeaway of the season by making the recovery.
Nelson registered his first interception of the season after a deflection, ending the final drive of the first half.
Nelson finished with six tackles (four solo), one interception and one fumble recovery.
CB Sean Smith
CB Sean Smithrecorded his first interception as a Raider, giving the defense its third takeaway of the day.
Smith finished with three tackles (two solo) and one interception.
P Marquette King
P Marquette King turned in another impressive day with seven punts totaling 326 yards (46.6 yard avg.), including a career-long 72-yard punt in the third quarter.
King also pinned the Titans inside the 20-yard line three times.
S Karl Joseph
Joseph saw extensive playing time on defense by making his first career start at safety.
Joseph finished as the Raiders' leading tackler with 10 (six solo).
LB Cory James
James started at linebacker for the defense, his first career NFL start.
James finished tied second on the team with six tackles.