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Raiders vs Chargers Week 6 Halftime Highlights

On a 3rd & 7, Derek Carr dropped back, and given plenty of time from his offensive line, found a sprinting Andre Holmes for a 77-yard touchdown reception to put the Silver and Black on top early in the first quarter.

Facing a 3rd & 2 from their own 28, Carr completed a six-yard pass to Brice Butler to keep the chains moving.

Darren McFadden took a handoff from Carr and slashed through the middle of the San Diego defense for a five-yard gain.

On 3rd & 2, the Raiders were able to apply pressure to Rivers, and C.J. Wilson took him down for a six-yard sack to force a San Diego punt.

On the ensuing punt, TJ Carrie was able to slash his way through the San Diego coverage team for a gain of 19 to give the Raiders good field position to start their third drive.

Philip Rivers tried to find Ladarius Green deep, but Usama Young provided tight coverage and forced the incomplete pass.

Rivers attempted to connect with Antonio Gates in the end zone, but TJ Carrie was able to knock the ball from his hands and prevent the score.

Facing a 3rd and 8, Carr handed the ball off Darren McFadden who gained 12 to give the Raiders a new set of downs.

Carr continued marching the Raiders down the field, finding James Jones on the sideline for a gain of 17.

Facing another third down, Carr found Andre Holmes on the sideline for a leaping grab and a gain of 30 to put Oakland deep in San Diego territory.

Carr once again connected with James Jones, this time for a six-yard reception that resulted in a touchdown for the Raiders.

Rivers attempted to connect with Keenan Allen but Tarell Brown provided the coverage to force the incomplete pass.

With five minutes left in the third quarter, Philip Rivers attempted to find Keenan Allen, but Tarell Brown once again prevented the catch and forced a San Diego punt.

Carr took matters into his own hands, rushing for a first down on a 3rd and 1 to keep the chains moving for the Raiders.

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