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Game Notes: Oakland Raiders 24, Green Bay Packers 42

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The Silver and Black fell on the road 42-24 against the Green Bay Packers; here are the game notes presented by Microsoft Surface.

Raiders 24, Packers 42

  • The Raiders fell to the Packers by a score of 24-42, bringing their season record to 3-3.
  • Oakland’s all-time regular season series record against the Packers drops to 5-8, as they move to 1-2 against NFC North opponents.

Starters - Offense
WR Trevor Davis
LT Kolton Miller
LG Richie Incognito
C Rodney Hudson
RG Gabe Jackson
RT David Sharpe
TE Darren Waller
TE Derek Carrier
QB Derek Carr
RB Josh Jacobs
TE Foster Moreau

Starters - Defense
DE Clelin Ferrell
DT Johnathan Hankins
DT P.J. Hall
DE Josh Mauro
SLB Tahir Whitehead
WLB Nicholas Morrow
CB Lamarcus Joyner
CB Daryl Worley
CB Gareon Conley
S Erik Harris
S Karl Joseph

Raiders Themes

  • The Raiders rushing attack recorded over 150 rushing yards (155) for the third consecutive game for the first time since Weeks 13-15 in 2010 (San Diego, Jacksonville and Denver).
  • The Raiders’ offense finished with a season-high 484 total net yards, while the offensive line did not allow a sack for the second consecutive game and third time this season.
  • RB Josh Jacobs tied Marcus Allen for the most 100-yard contests by a player in franchise history through his first six career games, while becoming the only Raiders rookie ever to recorded consecutive 100-plus rushing yard games.
  • Jacobs surpassed Bo Jackson for most rushing yards (554) in franchise history through a player’s first six career games.
  • TE Darren Waller surpassed Tim Brown for the most receptions (44) by a player in franchise history through the first six games of the season.

Individual Highlights

QB Derek Carr

  • Carr led the offense down the field on the opening drive of the game, orchestrating a seven-play, 56-yard drive lasting 2:39, which culminated in a 45-yard field goal by K Daniel Carlson.
  • Carr orchestrated a 14-play, 86-yard scoring drive lasting 8:28, culminating in a 10-yard touchdown reception by TE Foster Moreau to give the Raiders a 10-7 lead early in the second quarter
  • With 167 passing yards in the first half, Carr became just the 14th quarterback in NFL history with at least 20,000 career passing yards (20,023) in his first 84 career games.
  • On the Raiders third scoring drive, Carr orchestrated an 11-play, 75-yard drive lasting 5:23, which was capped by a 7-yard touchdown reception by TE Darren Waller to cut the Packers lead to 28-17.
  • Has 569 yards (284.5 per game), four touchdowns and an 84.8 passer rating in two career games against Green Bay.
  • Recorded his third game in a row with a 75-plus completion percentage (78.6) against NFC North opponents, while also recording his fourth straight game with a passer rating above 95.0 (119.2).
  • Carr finished the day completing 22-of-28 attempts for 293 yards with two touchdowns for a passer rating of 119.2.

DE Maxx Crosby

  • Crosby recorded the second sack of the season, taking down Aaron Rodgers for a loss of eight yards on third-and-10 in the first quarter, forcing the Packers to punt.
  • Crosby has now recorded a sack in back-to-back weeks for the first time in his career.
  • Only rookie in NFL with a sack (2), forced fumble (1) and pass defensed (2) this season.

RB Josh Jacobs

  • Jacobs broke off a 42-yard run early in the first quarter, setting up a 45-yard field goal by K Daniel Carlson on the Raiders opening possession.
  • With 124 yards rushing, Jacobs surpasses Bo Jackson for most rushing yards (554) in franchise history through a player’s first six career games.
  • Jacobs became the only Raiders rookie in franchise history to recorded consecutive 100-plus rushing yard games, while tying Marcus Allen for most 100-yard contests by a player in franchise history through his first six career games.
  • Jacobs continues to lead all rookie rushers in carries (109), rushing yards (554) and rushing touchdowns (4).
  • Jacobs finished with game-high 124 rushing yards on 21 carries (5.9 avg.), adding 10 receiving yards on three catches.

TE Foster Moreau

  • Moreau capped a 14-play, 86-yard drive lasting 8:28 with a 10-yard touchdown, marking his second of the year.
  • Moreau is tied for first in the NFL among rookie tight ends with two touchdowns.
  • Moreau finished with two receptions for 24 yards and one touchdown.

TE Darren Waller

  • Waller led all Raiders through the first half of play with 64 yards on two catches (32.0 avg.).
  • With 6:41 left in the third quarter, Waller recorded his first touchdown as a Raider on a 7-yard reception from QB Derek Carr to cut the Packers lead to 28-17.
  • Waller found the endzone once again in the fourth quarter, scoring on a 17-yard reception with 1:32 remaining in the game.
  • The contest marks the first time Waller has recorded multiple touchdowns in a game and the second time in his career surpassing 100 receiving yards. Waller finished with 126 yards on eight receptions (18.0 avg.) in today’s contest.
  • His 126 receiving yards ranks fourth-most among all players in the NFL in Week 7.
  • Waller surpassed Tim Brown for the most receptions (44) by a player in franchise history through the first six games of the season.
  • Waller recorded at least five receptions for the fifth game this season, while leading or tying for the team lead in receptions for the sixth consecutive week.
  • Waller currently ranks 13th among all receivers with 485 receiving yards this season, while his 44 receptions rank second in the NFL amongst all tight ends.

Additional Notes

  • K Daniel Carlson converted on a 45-yard field goal and was true on three extra points. 
  • QB Mike Glennon finished the contest completing 2-of-3 passes for 36 yards and one touchdown. 
  • LB Tahir Whitehead finished with a team-high eight tackles (five solo), marking his fourth game leading or tying for the team lead in tackles this season.

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