Jason Witten draws Raiders to within 17-13 before Josh Allen returns for kneel down

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Jason Witten had 72 touchdowns for the Cowboys. He had his first for the Raiders late in the first half Sunday.

Witten, who had only two catches for 5 yards in the first three games while playing 34 percent of the offensive snaps, caught a 3-yard touchdown pass from Derek Carr with 13 seconds remaining in the second quarter. It has drawn the Raiders to within 17-13 at halftime.

The good news for the Bills is Josh Allen did not miss a snap.

The quarterback injured his left shoulder on an 8-yard completion on third down with 4:17 remaining in the half. He went to the locker room but returned in time to take a kneel down to end the half.

Allen went 15-of-20 for 152 yards and two touchdowns. Cole Beasley, who caught an 11-yard touchdown pass, is questionable to return with a foot injury.

Gabriel Davis has a 26-yard touchdown catch and has four receptions for 54 yards.

Carr is 16-for-23 for 153 yards and a touchdown.