GALLERY: Raiders hold off Browns in Cleveland, move to 2-1
McCown vs Carr
Josh McCown got the start at quarterback for the Browns, while Derek Carr attempts to lead the Raiders to their first road win since November of 2013.
First drive ends in FG
The Raiders received the opening kickoff and moved the ball down the field with ease. Derek Carr threw for 80 yards, while rookie Amari Cooper caught three passes for 54 yards. But the drive stalled in the redzone and Oakland had to settle for a 23-yard field goal from Sebastian Janikowski.
Throw Crabtree's hands
After a big game last week, Michael Crabtree was targeted six times in the first half against the Browns and caught two pass for 24 yards.
Murray starts to turn it on
Held in check for most of the first half, Latavius Murray broke off a 20-yard run in the final drive of the first half. He finished with 51 yards on 14 carries.
Carr hits Holmes
The Raiders increased their lead in the second quarter to 10-0 after Derek Carr hit Andre Holmes for a 3-yard touchdown.
Cooper's big first half
Rookie Amari Cooper finished the first half with five catches for 103 yards.
Roberts strikes again
Last week's hero, Seth Roberts, caught a 13-yard pass from Derek Carr to give the Raiders a 17-3 lead. They would take that lead into the halftime break.
Raiders add FG
After the Browns punted on the opening drive of the second half, the Raiders moved the ball down the field courtesy of a long Latavius Murray run, but ended up once again settling for a Janikowski field goal. This time, the veteran kicker nailed a 35-yarder to give Oakland a 20-3 lead.
Browns get in endzone
The Browns finally crossed the goalline late in the third quarter when Josh McCown hit tight end Gary Barnidge for a 28-yard touchdown to cut the Raiders' lead to 20-10.
Murray plunges in
Latavius Murray finally got in the endzone early in the fourth quarter with a 6-yard touchdown run to push the Raiders' lead to 27-13.
Browns cut into deficit
The Browns didn't go away quietly. After forcing Amari Cooper to fumble, Josh McCown cashed in with a 4-yard touchdown pass to Travis Benjamin to cut the lead to 27-20.
Woodson seals the win
With the Browns threatening to tie the game in the final two minutes, safety Charles Woodson swooped swooped in and intercepted Josh McCown's pass intended for Travis Benjamin to seal the Raiders' 27-20 win in Cleveland Sunday.