Highlights: Despite the loss, Raiders offense has impressive afternoon

Sunday's 42-24 loss to the Green Bay Packers brought the Oakland Raiders record back to .500,. Aaron Rodgers was in vintage Rodgers mode, throwing five touchdowns and rushing for one. While he had the Packers offense rolling, the Raiders offense didn't have a bad day either, totaling 484 yards – three more yards than the Packers – but the team as a whole unfortunately couldn't come up with the win.

The Silver and Black will hit the road once again next week to face the Houston Texans, but before they do, let's check out the handful of highlights from yesterday's clash.

On the first play of the game, rookie Josh Jacobs let Adrian Amos know he's not to be trifled with.

Following his truck-stick, Jacobs took a handoff 42 yards, stiff-arming and evading defenders along the way.

Maxx Crosby took down one of the greatest quarterbacks to play the game, and hit him with the "Discount Double Check" after.

Derek Carr stepped up in the pocket to find rookie wide receiver Keelan Doss streaking over the middle.

Foster Moreau continues to impress, stretching over the plane to add to the Raiders' point total.

Just days removed from signing his contract extension, Darren Waller hauls in an incredible catch for 49 yards.

Waller also found the back of the end zone for his first touchdown as a Raider.

Jacobs continued his impressive day, gashing this 27-yard run.

Carr lobbed a deep pass to second-year receiver Marcell Ateman who caught the over-the-shoulder pass.

Trevor Davis made some plays in his return to Lambeau Field, including this 34-yard punt return.

Waller found paydirt once more, spinning his way for a 17-yard score.

Watch all of Jacobs' highlights from his career-high 124-yard performance.

Don't miss Waller's multi-touchdown afternoon either.