Raiders take lead over Broncos on Tyrell Williams touchdown catch

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The Oakland Raiders are 1-for-1 in touchdown drives for the season and they didn’t need Antonio Brown to do it.

Derek Carr connected with Tyrell Williams for an 8-yard touchdown to cap a clinical 10-play, 72-yard scoring drive to open Monday night’s game against the Denver Broncos.

A 25-yard strike from Carr to Darren Waller moved Oakland into the Denver red zone. After a pair of Josh Jacobs carried pushed the Raiders inside the 10-yard line, Carr found Williams crossing the middle of the field for the opening score of the game on their opening drive of the season.

Carr was 5 of 5 for 58 yards on the drive. Jacobs added 19 yards on five carries.

5 responses to “Raiders take lead over Broncos on Tyrell Williams touchdown catch

  1. The assist goes to the Patriots on that touchdown…Come on guys if you’re gonna whine about every little thing the Patriots do in order to get better and beat your team every year then you must give them credit where credit is due, and I know that if we look hard enough into this Raider touchdown you might find some Patriots are involved in the play…#7Rings4Brady

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