Chicago Bears Vs. Oakland Raiders Recap
October 4, 2015
The Bears' Robbie Gould kicked a 49-yard field goal to beat the Raiders, giving Chicago its first win of the season. In a game where neither team scored after halftime, the Bears used a 371-243 advantage in offensive yards to overcome three turnovers. The Bears' Jay Cutler finished 28-of-43 for 281 yards and two touchdowns, while Matt Forte rushed for 91 yards on 25 carries. Forte has gained 367 yards on the season. Martellus Bennett was Cutler's most frequent target, with 11 receptions for 83 yards and a touchdown. For Oakland, Amari Cooper and Roy Helu each caught touchdown passes from Derek Carr.
Cleveland Browns Vs. Oakland Raiders Recap
September 27, 2015
The Raiders' Derek Carr threw for 314 yards and two touchdowns, leading Oakland to a win in Cleveland, its first road win since the 2013 season. Carr completed 20-of-32 passes, and Latavius Murray rushed for 139 yards to give the Raiders a balanced offense. The Browns' comeback bid fell short when Josh McCown was intercepted in Oakland territory in the final minute. McCown drove the Browns from their own 1 to the Oakland 29 before taking a sack, then throwing an interception on Cleveland's two final plays. McCown completed 28-of-49 passes for 341 yards and two touchdowns, but the Brons were outgained on the ground by over 100 yards.
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Oakland Raiders vs. Baltimore Ravens Recap
September 20, 2015
After giving up 13 straight points to allow the Ravens to take the lead, the Raiders' offense drove for a game-winning score and a dramatic upset win at O.co Coliseum. Derek Carr's 12-yard pass to Seth Roberts with 30 seconds to play won the game for the Raiders, just one play after a Ravens interception was called back because of a defensive holding call. Carr finished 30-for-46 for 351 yards and three touchdowns. His counterpart Joe Flacco was 32-for-45 for 385 yards and two touchdowns, but missed an open Steve Smith in the end zone on a play that could have iced the game. Smith had 150 receiving yards, while Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper each had 100-yard receiving games for the Raiders.