Redskins hammer Raiders 27-10 in Sunday night primetime matchup

Raiders lose big, total just 128 yards on rough night

Karl Buscheck
September 24, 2017 - 8:35 pm

The Raiders got humbled 27-10 by the Redskins on Sunday night at FedExField, as Derek Carr produced one of his worst games as a member of the silver and black.

In the ugly showing against Washington, the Raiders were outgained 472-128 and Carr managed just 118 yards in the air (19-for-31).

The Raiders didn't get on the board until the 3:52 mark in the third when Carr hit Jared Cook for a 21-yard strike.

The TD pass was set up by James Cowser who recovered a muffed punt at the Redskins 18-yard line. Cowser also recovered a fumble with 12:16 left on the clock, putting the Raiders at the host's 12-yard line and setting up a 22-yard field goal.

The evening in the nation's capital began in nightmare fashion as the Raiders amassed just 47 total yards of offense in the first half.

Marshawn Lynch totaled 13 yards on five carries and Carr was sacked twice, while going for 32 yards (5-for-10) with a pair of picks.

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