Raiders drop close one to Cardinals, fall to 0-6
The Raiders fall at home to the Cardinals
The Oakland Raiders (0-6) hosted the Arizona Cardinals (5-1) in Week 7 of the 2014 regular season. See how it went down at the Coliseum...
Cardinals running back Stepfan Taylor catches a pass in the flat from quarterback Carson Palmer, barreling through Raiders defender Charles Woodson toward the end zone...
Arizona tailback Stepfan Taylor plows through traffic, extending the ball past the plane for the first score of the game, putting the Cardinals up 7-0 over the Raiders.
Adding it on
Cardinals wideout Michael Floyd goes over the top of Raiders cornerback Tarell Brown to secure a touchdown pass from quarterback Carson Palmer. Arizona takes a commanding 14-0 lead on this score.
Taking a shot
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr rolls to his left and launches one the field to wideout Brice Butler, who catches it in stride for a 55-yard gain into Cardinals territory.
Closing the gap
After Raiders quarterback Derek Carr dropped a 55-yard dime into the arms of receiver Brice Butler, putting Oakland in Arizona territory, tailback Darren McFadden took the hand off and busted through the enemy front for a touchdown.
Woodson picks it off
Raiders cornerback Charles Woodson picks off Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer, taking it back for a nice return before being forced out of bounds.
Janikowski tacks on three
Raiders placekicker Sebastian Janikowski added three points, kicking a 53-yard field goal in the third quarter to make it 14-13 Arizona.
Increasing the lead
Arizona running back Stepfan Taylor gets his second touchdown of the game, capping off a nice drive by the Cardinals in the third quarter. This score made it 21-13.