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Game Notes: Oakland Raiders 8 New England Patriots 33

Here are the game notes from the Oakland Raiders Week 11 loss to the New England Patriots, presented by Microsoft Surface.

Raiders 8, Patriots 33

The Raiders were defeated the Patriots by a score of 33-8 as their record falls to 4-6 on the season.

The defeat marks a five-game losing streak against New England, with the all-time series stands at 17-14-1 in favor of the Patriots.

The Raiders have not won against the Patriots since Nov. 17, 2002, when they won at home in Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, 27-20.

The team returns home from Mexico City to play the 3-7 Denver Broncos in Week 12. The Raiders remain two games back in the AFC West, with the Chiefs leading the division at 6-4.

Game Highlights

WR Amari Cooper hauled in his fourth touchdown of the season.

WR Michael Crabtree led the team in receptions and receiving yards.

DE Khalil Mack moved into seventh on the club’s all-time sack list (35.5) with one sack today.

**Starters - Offense

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WR Michael Crabtree

T Donald Penn

LG Kelechi Osemele

C Rodney Hudson

RG Gabe Jackson

RT Vadal Alexander

TE Jared Cook

WR Amari Cooper

QB Derek Carr

RB Marshawn Lynch

TE Lee Smith

Starters - Defense

DE Mario Edwards Jr.

DT Eddie Vanderdoes

NT Justin Ellis

DE Khalil Mack

SLB Bruce Irvin

MLB NaVorro Bowman

WLB Cory James

LCB Obi Melifonwu

RCB TJ Carrie

FS Reggie NelsonSS Karl Joseph

Highlight

QB Derek Carr

Carr led a 13-play, 75-yard scoring drive in the fourth quarter that lasted 5:20 to give Oakland its first points of the ball game. The drive culminated in a 9-yard touchdown reception to WR Amari Cooper. It was Carr’s 14th touchdown pass of the season and his fourth to Cooper.

Carr completed 28-of-49 pass attempts for 237 yards with one touchdown and one interception for a passer rating 68.2.

WR Amari Cooper

With 11:50 left in the game, Cooper put the Raiders on the board with a 9-yard touchdown reception, his third catch of the day.

Cooper finished the day with three receptions for 28 yards (9.3 avg.) with one touchdown.

RB Marshawn Lynch

Lynch rushed for 61 yards in the first half including a season-long 25-yard rush in the second quarter.

His 61 yards after two quarters are his most in a first half since Nov. 16, 2014, when he rushed for 68 against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Lynch ended the day with 11 carries for 67 yards (6.1 avg.) and added one catch for 10 yards.

DE Khalil Mack

On New England’s second offensive series, Mack found QB Tom Brady for an 8-yard loss to bring his season total to 5.5.

Mack’s sack moved him in front of Tommy Kelly for seventh on the club’s all-time sack list (35.5).

Mack ended the day with four tackles (three solo) and one sack.

NFL Firsts

DT Treyvon Hester

Although not recovered by the defense, Hester recorded his first career forced fumble when knocking the ball loose from Patriots RB Rex Burkhead.

Hester finished with one tackle on the day in addition to his forced fumble.

S Obi Melifonwu

In his second career game, Melifonwu started at cornerback to mark his first career start.

Melifonwu finished his first career start with three tackles.

Other Notables

*TE Jared Cook *hauled in a 26-yard pass . Cook has eight receptions on the season of at least 20 yards, the fourth-most in the NFL among tight ends.

*WR Michael Crabtree *recorded a reception for the 120th consecutive career game. With six catches on the day (51 yards), Crabtree has recorded at least three receptions in 104 games and four in 83 games. Crabtree added a two-point conversion to his day in the fourth quarter and his receptions and yards led the team.

*WR Cordarrelle Patterson *hauled in a 22-yard pass, his longest since a 39-yard reception in Week 17 of 2016. Patterson finished with four catches for 45 yards (11.3 avg.).

T Donald Penn extended his starting streak to 166 games, the longest active streak in the NFL among offensive lineman.

WR Seth Roberts recorded a season-high five receptions to total 36 yards (7.2 avg.).

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