Cleveland Browns vs. Oakland Raiders Recap
October 26, 2014
The winless Oakland Raiders faced the Cleveland Browns at Browns Stadium in front of 67,431 fans. While both teams got on the board in the first half, it was all scoring done by the kickers. Cleveland would score the first three field goals while Oakland scored the last two, including one with just two seconds left in the first half. The Raiders would trail by a field goal going into the third quarter. Both teams were scoreless in the third quarter. The Cleveland Offense showed signs of life again when Brian Hoyer would connect with Andrew Hawkins with 14:21 left in the game. With the point after successful, the Browns led by ten. With 3:13 left in the game, Ben Tate would run it in the Oakland end zone for another touchdown. At this point, the Browns were leading 23-6. Oakland did score their only touchdown on a Derek Carr to Andre Holmes pass with 12 second left in the game. Cleveland gets the win and goes to 4-3 on their NFL schedule. The Raiders on the other hand are still looking for their first win of the season.
Oakland Raiders vs. Arizona Cardinals Recap
October 19, 2014
The Oakland Raiders hosted the Arizona Cardinals for some NFL action. In this game it is safe to say that the Cardinals dominated on offense, but the Raiders won the turnover battle. Arizona was able to run more offensive plays. They ended up running 69 offensive plays. While the Raiders only ran 48. Arizona ended up 242 yards passing. The Raiders only had 164. Arizona had double the amount of rushing yards with 123. While Oakland only had 56. The Raiders did end up with creating one turnover in this game. This was due to an interception thrown by the Cardinals.
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Oakland Raiders vs. San Diego Chargers Recap
October 12, 2014
In this AFC West showdown, the Chargers were the favored team by far. The 0-4 Raiders were struggling and the Chargers were coming off of a lop sided victory against the Jets. Despite the outlook, the game was very evenly matched and well played. By half time, both teams were knotted at 14. This theme continued into the second half with the score 21-21 after three quarters of play. Both quarterbacks played well, with San Diego's Phillip Rivers throwing 3 touchdowns and Oakland's Derek Carr throwing 4. By the end of the contest, San Diego had the slight edge in total yards 307 to 282.