Carr leads comeback, Raiders beat Ravens for first win of 2015
Looking to rebound
The Raiders take the field at O.co Coliseum for a second week in a row to start the 2015 season. After suffering a tough loss in Week 1, Charles Woodson and Co. saddled up for what would hopefully be a rebound game against the Baltimore Ravens...
Carr launches . . .
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr winds up and rips one down the field on the first series...
Amari catches . . .
It's caught by first-round rookie Amari Cooper, who burned Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith and took it to the house for a 68-yard touchdown to put Oakland up early.
Kickers get involved
After the Raiders' initial score, they traded field goals with the Ravens. Sebastian Janikowski made a 23-yarder, while Justin Tucker got Baltimore on the board with a 22-yard kick.
Ravens tie it up
On the final play of the first quarter, Ravens QB Joe Flacco hit TE Crockett Gilmore for a 26-yard touchdown to tie the game 10-10.
Murray breaks through
After being kept out of the endzone in Week 1, Raiders RB Latavius Murray picked up his first touchdown on the season on a 1-yard run to give Oakland a 17-10 lead in the second quarter.
Gilmore strikes again
Trailing 17-10, Flacco found Gilmore again for a 9-yard touchdown reception to level the game at 17-17. Janikowski and Tucker once again traded late field goals to send the teams to the locker room tied 20-20.
Janikowski good again
The Ravens opened the second half with a three-and-out. On the Raiders' first drive of the second half, Janikowski nailed his third field goal of the game - this one from 48 yards out - to give Oakland a 23-20 lead.
Wide open King Crab
After forcing the Ravens to punt, the Raiders marched down the field and Derek Carr found a wide open Michael Crabtree at the goalline. The veteran receiver caught the pass and lunged into the endzone for a 29-yard touchdown to give the Raiders a 30-20 lead. The Ravens responded with a 37-yard field goal from Tucker to cut the lead down to seven.
Ravens surge ahead
With seven minutes left in the fourth quarter, Ravens RB Lorenzo Taliaferro scored on a 7-yard touchdown run to tie the score 30-30. On the Raiders' next possession, Derek Carr was intercepted by Will Hill, who returned the ball 25 yards to the Oakland 37-yard line. They settled for another field goal from Tucker to take a 33-30 lead. But they left more than two minutes on the clock for the Raiders.
Carr leads game-winning drive
With under 30 seconds remaining, Derek Carr hit WR Seth Roberts in the endzone for a game-winning touchdown to give the Raiders a 37-33 win over the Ravens Sunday in Oakland. The 1-1 Raiders travel to Cleveland to take on Johnny Manziel and the 1-1 Browns next Sunday.