Raiders defense holds off Steelers for 21-18 win
Pryor gets things started with 93-yard TD run
Terrelle Pryor made noise early in Sunday's game against Pittsburgh as the Oakland Raiders quarterback took the ball on the first play of the game for a 93-yard touchdown run, the longest by any quarterback in NFL history.
Raiders defense smothers Pittsburgh early
Raiders rookie outside linebacker Sio Moore tackles Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Heath Miller in the first quarter. Moore finished with four tackles, one assist and two sacks on Sunday.
McFadden rumbles for Raiders second touchdown
Raiders running back Darren McFadden sheds tacklers on his way to the end zone for a 7-yard touchdown run to put Oakland up 14-0.
Polamalu picks off Pryor
Steelers safety Troy Polamalu intercepts a pass from Terelle Pryor in the first half. Polamalu finished with three tackles and one sack.
McFadden dashes in for his second touchdown
Raiders running back Darren McFadden gets in the endzone for a 4-yard touchdown run in second quarter to put Oakland up 21-3. McFadden finished with 73 yards on 24 carries.
Suisham shanks it
Shaun Suisham misses a field goal to close the second half against Oakland. The score was 21-3, Raiders.
Pryor makes strides against Steelers
Pryor largely used his feet to beat the Steelers in the second half. He would finish with nine carries for 106 yards and a touchdown.
Suisham misses again
The Steelers kicking woes continued in the second half as Shaun Suisham missed another close range field goal in the third quarter. Suisham was one for three on Sunday.
Jenkins celebrates Rothlisberger pick
Raiders cornerback Mike Jenkins celebrates his interception of Ben Rothlisberger in the third quarter. Jenkins finished with four tackles and one assist.
Sanders gets in for first Steeler touchdown
Steelers wide receiver Emanuel Sanders takes the ball into the endzone after a 9-yard pass from Ben Rothlisberger in the fourth quarter, closing the gap to 21-10.
Rothlisberger pressured all day
Rothlisberger is hit as he throws during the fourth quarter in Sunday's game by Raiders outside linebacker Kevin Burnett, and defensive tackle Vance Walker. The Raiders defense sacked Rothlisberger five times on Sunday.
Rookie Bell gets Steelers close
Steelers rookie running back Le'Veon Bell rumbles into the endzone for a 2-yard touchdown run to bring the Steelers within 3 after an Emanuel Sanders 2-point conversion.
Oakland wins nail-biter as Steelers rally falls short
Rothlisberger and Raiders defensive tackle Stacy McGee meet at midfield after Oakland's defeat of Pittsburgh on Sunday. The loss dropped the Steelers to 2-5 and the Raiders moved to 3-4.