Grading the Raiders' 32-31 win over the Denver Broncos.
Up and down things went all afternoon. It’s hard to beat a game-winning drive that culminates with a successful two-point conversion. On the day he broke Tim Brown’s single-season team record for catches, Darren Waller was on the receiving end of the season’s final reception to win it. But the Raiders also turned the ball over four times, including three times on five second-half snaps. Waller finished with nine catches for 117 yards and a score to go along with his two-pointer. Derek Carr completed 24-of-38 for 371 yards, with two scores and two interceptions. Josh Jacobs (15 rushes, 89 yards, two scores) became the first Raiders running back to begin a career with consecutive 1,000-yard seasons. The Raiders averaged 7.3 yards per play and trailed in time of possession by nearly seven minutes.