Raiders manhandled by Bengals in Del Rio's debut
All dolled up for the opener
The Raiders unfurled an American flag for their 2015 season-opener against the Bengals on Sunday, September 13, 2015.
Del Rio's debut
After three seasons as the Broncos defensive coordinator, Jack Del Rio made his debut as the Raiders head coach against Marvin Lewis and the Bengals on Sunday, September 13, 2015.
Aldon dons new colors
Released by the 49ers on August 7, Aldon Smith was active for the Raiders 2015 season opener against the Bengals on Sunday, September 13, 2015.
Hill runs it in
On their first drive of the 2015 season, the Raiders went three-and-out. After a Marquette King punt, the Bengals started at their own 31 and marched down the field for the opening score. An 11-play, 59-yard drive was capped off by a 3-yard touchdown run by Cincinnati RB Jeremy Hill.
Carr's second season begins
In the first quarter of his second season as the Raiders' quarterback, Derek Carr went 5-of-9 for 56 yards, including a 24-yard completion to rookie Amari Cooper on the last play of the quarter.
Bengals extend lead
After two more Raiders punts, the Bengals added a Mike Nugent 32-yard field goal to extend their lead to 10-0. On their next drive, Jeremy Hill punched in his second touchdown run of the game to make it 17-0.
In the second quarter, while running towards the sideline, Derek Carr was hit by Bengals' defender Adam Jones and appeared to injure his right hand. He left the game and went to the locker room. Matt McGloin took over as Raiders' quarterback.
Bengals' lead grows
The Bengals took a 24-0 lead into the locker room after QB Andy Dalton connected on a 13-yard touchdown pass to TE Tyler Eifert late in the second quarter. Eifert made his second touchdown reception of the game in the third quarter, reeling in an eight-yarder to to increase Cincinnati's lead to 30-0. Placekicker Mike Nugent would take on another FG to make it 33-0 shortly after.
Garbage time points
Fullback Marcel Reece caught two late touchdowns from backup quarterback Matt McGloin to avoid the shutout loss. The Raiders fell to the Bengals 33-13 on Sunday, coughing up Jack Del Rio's debut at the Coliseum on Sunday.