Highlights: Oakland Raiders offense gets rolling in Denver

You get 24 hours to dwell on a loss, and then it's on to the next week.

The Oakland Raiders fell late to the Denver Broncos 20-19 on a late field goal courtesy of Brandon McManus, and while the score reflects a Raiders loss, the game was theirs for the taking. The Silver and Black were unable to defeat their division rival because of some minor mistakes that unfortunately added up and cost the team the game; however, the offense and showed it's capable of putting up points quickly, and the defense is adept enough to limit opposing teams to minimal points.

Let's take a look back at the highlights from Sunday's game:

Derek Carr got the passing game started with a completion to wide receiver Jordy Nelson, which also helped No. 4 surpass 15,000 passing yards.

When Beast Mode gets going he can't be contained, which he showed on this run for a first down.

In the last two weeks tight end Jared Cook has proved to be a go-to target for Carr, and he gashed the Broncos secondary with this big gain.

The Raiders didn't get their first interception last year until the second half of the season, but in Week 2 of 2018 Rashaan Melvin picked off Case Keenum.

After being signed earlier last week, Martavis Bryant was thrust back into the mix, and hauled in his first reception as a Raider.

Lynch was able to leap his way across the goal line to add six points to the Raiders' score.

Amari Cooper feasted all day, hauling in 10 receptions for 116 yards, which included this 30-yard catch.

Carr's lone touchdown pass of the day was a laser across the middle of the field to wide receiver Seth Roberts.

Here are all the highlights from Sunday's action.