Highlights: Derek Carr's productive day leads to some big plays on offense

Sunday resulted in another tough loss for the Oakland Raiders, this time to the Indianapolis Colts at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. The final score read 42-28 in favor of Indy, but that doesn't tell the full story. For three quarters the Silver and Black held much of the momentum, at one point going on a 21-3 run, but unfortunately, the wheels came off the wagon in the fourth quarter. Up until that point, however, the offense was clicking, and it didn't look like much could stop Derek Carr from wheeling and dealing.

Despite the loss, here's a look at all the highlights from the Raiders Week 8 game:

Derek Carr's first touchdown pass of the day was a 31-yard strike to wide receiver Seth Roberts.

Wide receiver Brandon LaFell's first catch as a Raider was for a first down.

Carr notched his second touchdown of the afternoon on a 25-yard pass to tight end Jared Cook.

No. 4 dove over the line of scrimmage at the goal line to tally the first rushing touchdown of his career.

Cook was active for most of the day, adding another big gain to his total yesterday.

Running back Doug Martin showed he still has some juice with this 29-yard run.

Carr's fourth and final touchdown of the day happened on a play when the pocket collapsed, and he evaded defenders prior to throwing a dart to LaFell.

Take a look at all the highlights from Carr's big day.

Here are all the highlights from Sunday's game.