How it Happened: Raiders 15 Broncos 12

The Oakland Raiders overcame a dismal first half offensively and a 12-point halftime deficit, and scored 15 unaswered points to defeat the Broncos 15-12 in Denver. Here's how it all went down.

The Raiders won the opening coin toss and deferred. Denver took the opening kickoff and struck first.

The Broncos increased their lead late in the first quarter.

The Broncos tacked on another field goal before halftime.

The Raiders got the ball to start the second half. Somebody flipped a switch in the locker room because the offense got in gear after beng held to -12 yards of total offense in the first half.

Fellow tight end end Clive Walford refused to be outdone.

After a Latavius Murray touchdown run was nullified by a penalty, quarterback Derek Carr and wide receiver Seth Roberts found paydirt.

The Raiders defense started to flex its muscles.

Mack was just getting started.

And people started to notice.

The best long snapper in the game made a game-changing play

And then Carr to Rivera gave the Raiders the lead.

An Olympic champion was all for it.

Mychal's sister approved.

A little luck never hurts...

Punter Marqette King was making plays all day.

Mack decided to close it and the Broncos out.

And there was much rejoicing.

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