GALLERY: Raiders blow opportunity, lose on road to Lions
Week 11 showdown in Motor City
The Raiders are in Detroit looking for their fifth win of the season. Can they get one on the road over the Lions?
The Lions failed to convert in the red zone twice, but knocked in two field goals to start the game, taking a 6-0 lead over the visiting Raiders.
The Lions kicked a field goal to take a 9-0 lead with two seconds remaining in the first half.
On the board
The Raiders finally found the end zone in the second half, as running back Latavius Murray punched the ball in on third-and-goal to make it a 9-7 game.
The Raiders captured their first lead of the day when placekicker Sebsastian Janikowski nailed a field goal in the third quarter. The play put Oakland up 10-9 over Detroit. He followed that up with a booming 56-yard field goal that increased the lead to 13-9.
Back in front
The Lions took the lead back after Matthew Stafford engineered a drive down field, in which he finished off himself with a QB draw that went for a touchdown. Detroit took a 16-13 lead over Oakland.
Third straight loss
The Raiders received a late safety, which bumped the Lions lead up to 18-13. The Lions would get the ball back and never give it back. Oakland suffered its third straight loss, falling to 4-6 in Week 11.