McGloin throws two touchdowns in Raiders' loss to Seahawks
Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio (right) talks with Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll prior to Thursday night's preseason finale in Seattle.
While QB Derek Carr was in uniform, he was among many starters that didn't play Thursday in Seattle. Notable others that sat out: S Charles Woodson, LB Khalil Mack, TE Mychal Rivera, C Rodney Hudson, G J'Marcus Webb, WR Amari Cooper, and RB Latavius Murray.
Seahawks strike first
After the Raiders went three-and-out to start the game, the Seahawks needed just two plays to get on the board. WR Tyler Lockett got behind CB Keith McGill and QB Russell Wilson hit him in stride. Lockett took it the distance for a 63-yard touchdown to give Seattle a 7-0 lead early in the first quarter.
Hauschka connects from deep
On their second drive, the Seahawks moved the ball from their own 9-yard line to the Raiders' 37, but settled for a 55-yard field goal from Steven Hauschka to make it 10-0.
Ponder plays one quarter
Raiders backup QB Christian Ponder got the start in the preseason finale and played the opening quarter. After Matt McGloin played the second and third quarters, Ponder re-entered in the fourth quarter and finished 7-of-11 for 99 yards with no touchdown passes or interceptions.
Matt McGloin took over at quarterback on the Raiders' first drive of the second quarter. On the third play, he was stripped of the ball in the endzone and Seahawks' defensive tackle Jordan Hill recovered the fumble to give Seattle a 17-0 lead.
Raiders get on the board
The Raiders' second drive with McGloin ended better than the first. He capped off an 12-play, 85-yard drive with a 6-yard touchdown pass to WR Seth Roberts to cut the deficit to 17-7. That remained the score at halftime.
Streater makes an impact
On their first drive of the second half, the Raiders cut the Seahawks' lead to 17-14 courtesy of a 28-yard touchdown pass from Matt McGloin to WR Rod Streater. McGloin finished 16-of-24 for 186 yards, two touchdown passes and no interceptions.
Seahawks build lead back up
The Seahawks pushed their lead back to 10 thanks to former 49ers draft pick B.J. Daniels, who connected with WR Kasen Williams for a 15-yard touchdown late in the third quarter.
Seahawks tack on
Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls added a 6-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter to make it 31-14.
Dyer punches it in
Michael Dyer finished off the scoring with a 1-yard touchdown in the final minute of regulation. The Seahawks won 31-21.