Raiders routed by Broncos 41-17 to remain winless
Manning, Broncos visit Oakland
Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos (6-2) face the Oakland Raiders (0-8) for the first time this season. Manning had 2,572 yards and 24 touchdowns coming into Sunday's game.
Tuck picks off Manning
With Denver holding a three point lead, Justin Tuck intercepted a Peyton Manning pass to set up a five-yard Raiders' touchdown play.
Butler touchdown gives Raiders lead
Brice Butler caught a five-yard touchdown pass from Derek Carr to give the Raiders a 10-6 lead.
Anderson, Denver retake lead
With less than three minutes left in the first half, Denver running back C.J. Anderson evaded three tackles on a 51-yard touchdown catch-and-run to give the Broncos a 13-10 lead.
Sanders, Broncos open it up
With thirty seconds remaining in the first half, Broncos receiver Emmanuel Sanders caught his first of two touchdown passes on the day--a 32-yard catch to widen Denver's lead to 20-10.
Broncos keep foot on gas in second half
Julius Thomas scored consecutive touchdowns in the second half, making a 10-yard catch to give the Broncos a 27-10 lead, followed by a 32-yard catch to increase the lead to 34-10 at 6:52 of the third quarter.
Sanders not finished
Emmanuel Sanders scored his second touchdown of the game with a 15-yard pass from Peyton Manning at the end of the third quarter.
Raiders don't quit
Mychal Rivera caught his second touchdown of the season with an 18-yard pass from Derek Carr in the final minute of the game. The Raiders fell 41-17 to the Broncos to remain winless this season.