The San Francisco 49ers defeated The Oakland Raiders 17-9 at Candlestick Park in San Francisco in 2010 Regular Season Week 6 action. K Sebastian Janikowski converted on all three of his field goal attempts but it wasn't enough.
WR Jacoby Ford returned K Joe Nedney's opening kickoff to the Raiders 12. K Sebastian Janikowski capped a 13-play, 79-yard drive with a 27-yard field goal to give the Raiders a 3-0 lead with 7:02 left in the first quarter.
WR Tedd Ginn, Jr., returned the ensuing kickoff to the San Francisco 29. The 49ers drove to the Raiders 47 before the Silver and Black forced a punt. WR Nick Miller fielded the P Andy Lee 43-yard punt and was dropped immediately at the Raiders 9.
Janikowski capped a 12-play, 85-yard drive with a 24-yard field goal to give the Raiders a 6-0 lead with 12:40 left in the second quarter.
Ginn fielded the ensuing kickoff in the end zone and took a knee for a touchback. The Raiders held the 49ers to a three and out and Lee came on to punt. Lee's 39-yard punt bounced and rolled out of bounds at the Raiders 34.
LB Manny Lawson got the ball back for the 49ers with a diving interception at the San Francisco 43. The 49ers drove to the Raiders 34 before the drive stalled and Lee came on to punt. The punt bounced into the end zone for a touchback and the Raiders took over at their own 20.
The Raiders went three and out and Lechler came on to punt. Lechler's 42-yard kick rolled out of bounds at the 49ers 37. The Raiders returned the favor with a three and out of their own and Lee came on to punt. Miller returned the kick to the Raiders 17.
The Raiders were unable to move the ball and Ginn returned Lechler's 60-yard punt to the 49ers 31. The Raiders forced a three and out and a Lee punt. The kick rolled dead at the Raiders 7 with 3:18 left in the 2nd quarter. The Raiders ran the ball three straight times and failed to pick up a first down. Ginn returned the punt to the 49ers 41 and a penalty backed San Francisco up to the 16.
Nedney got the 49ers on the scoreboard with a 25-yard field goal that cut the Raiders lead to 6-3 with 8 seconds left in the second quarter. After the ensuing kickoff, Campbell took a knee and the Raidersa took a 6-3 lead into the locker room at halftime.
Ginn returned the opening kickoff of the second half to the 49ers 41, and a holding penalty backed the 49ers up to their 21. A DT Tommy Kelly sack and penalties put the 49ers in a 3rd and 30 situation which they failed to convert. Miller returned Lee's punt to the Raiders 49.
The Raiders were unable to mount a drive and Ginn called for and made a fair catch of a Lechler punt at the 49ers 9. The 49ers took the lead when QB Alex Smith connected with WR Michael Crabtree on a 32-yard TD pass. Nedney's extra point was good and San Francisco led 10-6 heading into the 4th quarter.
After a block in the back penalty wiped out a long WR Jacoby Ford kickoff return, the Raiders took over at their own 11. The Silver and Black went three and out and Lechler came on to punt. Ginn returned the punt to the 49ers 44.
The Raiders defense held the 49ers to a three and out and took over after Lee's punt was downed at the Oakland 23. Janikowski cut the 49ers lead to 10-9 with a 40-yard field goal to cap an 8-play, 55-yard drive with 8:21 left in the 4th quarter.
The ensuing kickoff skipped through the end zone for a touchback. Smith connected with TE Vernon Davis for a 17-yard TD pass. The extra point was good and the 49ers led 17-9 with 7:14 left to play.
Ford returned the ensuing kickoff to the Raiders 29. The Raiders went three and out and Lechler came on to punt. Ginn returned the kick to the 49ers 37. The Raiders fored a punt and took over at their own 13 with 3:14 left to play.
Campbell's pass intended for Ford popped in the air and was intercepted by LB Takeo Spikes ending any hopes of a Raiders comeback.
The Raiders fall to 2-4 on the season and travel to Denver next week to face the Denver Broncos at INVESCO Field at Mile High.