GALLERY: Raiders shutout in second half, drop big one to Vikings
In light of the terrorist attacks in Paris, security outside the O.co Coliseum was increased prior to the game between the Vikings and Raiders on Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015.
Vikings score first
The Raiders won the opening toss and deferred. Helped by a pass interference penalty on D.J. Hayden, the Vikings capped off an eight-play, 80-yard drive with an 11-yard touchdown pass from Teddy Bridgewater to tight end Rhett Ellison to take an early 7-0 lead.
Katherine Knipfing (left) and Sean Riggle (right) hold a sign for the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris, France during the first quarter Sunday at O.co Coliseum.
Carr INT leads to three
The Raiders' second possession ended with Vikings cornerback Terence Newman intercepting a Derek Carr pass intended for Amari Cooper. Minnesota had a chance to go up by two touchdowns, but tight end Kyle Rudolph dropped a wide open pass in the end zone. The Vikings settled for a 20-yard Blair Walsh field goal to take a 10-0 lead.
Walsh adds on
The Vikings extended their lead to 13-0 on a 38-yard field goal by Blair Walsh four minutes into the second quarter.
Raiders answer back
The Raiders cut the deficit to 13-7 midway through the second quarter on a 10-yard touchdown pass from Derek Carr to rookie tight end Clive Walford.
Raiders take lead
Coming out of the two-minute warning, Derek Carr looked deep and hit Andre Holmes down the right sideline for a 34-yard touchdown to give the Raiders a 14-13 lead. But it was short-lived...
Patterson to the house
The Vikings retook the lead thanks to Cordarrelle Patterson, who returned the following kickoff 93 yards for a touchdown to put Minnesota up 20-14.
Both teams were held off the scoreboard until late in the fourth quarter when Blair Walsh hit a 34-yard field goal to push the Vikings' lead to 23-14.
After scoring two touchdowns in the second quarter, the Raiders couldn't put a dent in the scoreboard in the second half. Running back Latavius Murray finished with 48 yards on 12 carries.
Icing on the cake
After Terence Newman picked off his second pass of the game just before the two-minute warning, the Vikings planned to milk the clock. Instead, Adrian Peterson took the first play from scrimmage 80 yards for the final blow to the Raiders' chances. The Vikings went on to win 30-14, dropping the Raiders to 4-5 on the season.
Bridgewater gets the win
Drafted four spots apart in the 2014 NFL Draft, Teddy Bridgewater got the best of Derek Carr Sunday at the Coliseum.