GALLERY: Raiders win at Tennessee for third straight year, open 1-0
Making their way to Music City
Raiders fans sit outside Nissan Stadium prior to the season-opener against the Titans (AP Photo)
Beast Mode engaged!
Marshawn Lynch gets off the team bus prior to his first game with the Raiders. (USATSI Photo)
Tavecchio takes over
With Sebastian Janikowski placed on injured reserve, Giorgio Tavecchio will get the start for the Raiders in Nashville.
The Titans unfurled a flag the size of the field for the National Anthem. (USATSI Photo)
Marshawn's first carry
On his first official carry as a Raider, Marshawn Lynch busted off a 14-yard run. (AP Photo)
Raiders score quickly
Amari Cooper fought his way into the endzone to cap off a quick four-play opening drive for the Raiders. (AP Photo)
Rookie makes incredible catch
On a third down on the Titans' opening drive, rookie Corey Davis made an amazing catch against David Amerson to keep the drive alive.
Lead doesn't last long
After the Raiders scored, Marcus Mariota ran the ball in from 10 yards out to tie the game 7-7. (USATSI Photo)
Back in the saddle
After breaking his leg at the end of the 2016 season, Derek Carr was back in action Sunday. In the first half against the Titans, he completed 13 of 18 passes for 153 yards and one touchdown. (AP Photo)
Tavecchio gives Raiders a halftime lead
Giorgio Tavecchio stepped up and booted a 52-yard field goal to give the Raiders a 13-10 lead at halftime in Nashville.
Great play by Karl Joseph
Second-year safety Karl Joseph deflects a Marcus Mariota pass intended for Eric Decker. (USATSI Photo)
Roberts strikes in Tennessee again
The Raiders are playing in Nashville, so you know Seth Roberts is going to step up. The third-year WR caught a touchdown in the fourth quarter to give Oakland a 23-13 lead. It's his fourth career touchdown in Nissan Stadium. (AP Photo)
Raiders beat Titans 26-16
Derek Carr and Giorgio Tavecchio accounted for all the Raiders' points in a 26-16 win over the Titans on Sunday in Nashville.