GALLERY: Packers knock Raiders out of playoff chase
Old friends meet up
Teammates for six seasons in Green Bay, Charles Woodson and Aaron Rodgers chat before the Raiders and Packers play at the Coliseum on Sunday, Dec. 20, 2015.
Another sack for Mack
The Packers' second drive of the game ended with Khalil Mack tripping up Aaron Rodgers for his NFL-leading 15th sack of the season.
Carr picked off
Derek Carr brought the Raiders' second drive to a screeching halt with an interception on a pass intended for Clive Walford. Packers safety Micah Hyde (33) returned the ball 34 yards to the Oakland 2-yard line. Green Bay was penalized 15 yards for excessive celebration and started the drive at the 17-yard line. Four plays later, fullback John Kuhn ran in for a 5-yard touchdown to put the Packers up 7-0 in the first quarter.
On the first play of the Raiders' ensuing drive, Derek Carr threw another interception. He overthrew Seth Roberts and cornerback Damarious Randall (23) picked it and off and returned it 43 yards for a touchdown to put the Packers up 14-0 in the first quarter.
On the Raiders' drive that resulted in their first field goal, wide receiver Seth Roberts dropped a would-be touchdown reception in the end zone.
Raiders get on the board
After Derek Carr put Oakland in a big hole, the Raiders responded moving the ball 75 yards on 10 plays. After Carr's pass to Michael Crabtree went incomplete on 3rd and goal from the 5-yard line, Sebastian Janikowski made it 14-3 with a 23-year field goal. On the next drive, Janikowski added a 30-yard field goal to cut the deficit to 14-6.
Raiders strike before halftime
After Benson Mayowa forced a fumble and recovered it, the Raiders' offense needed just 62 seconds to move the ball 79 yards. Derek Carr capped off the four-play drive with a 19-yard touchdown pass to Amari Cooper to trim the Packers' lead to 14-13.
AC/DC strikes again
After the Packers extended their lead to 17-13 with a 24-yard field goal by Mason Crosby, Derek Carr hit Amari Cooper for a 26-yard touchdown to give the Raiders their first lead of the game, 20-17. On the drive, Cooper became the first Raiders' wideout since Randy Moss in 2005 to surpass 1,000 receiving yards.
Jones hurts old team
The Packers needed just four plays to retake the lead. After a 47-yard kickoff return by Jeff Janis, Aaron Rodgers capped off the 53-yard drive with a 30-yard touchdown pass to former Raider James Jones, giving Green Bay a 24-20 lead.
Packers tack on
The Packers capped off a 19-play drive with a 21-yard Mason Crosby field goal to take a 27-20 lead in the fourth quarter.
Mason Crosby added another field goal late in the fourth quarter as the Packers beat the Raiders 30-20 on Sunday, knocking Oakland out of the hunt for an AFC Wild Card berth.