Raiders vs. Rams LIVE: Score, highlights, analysis of NFL Week 1 game

Fourth quarter, 9:`9, Rams 23-13: Zuerlein from 55. Field goal gives the Rams a two-score lead.

Fourth quarter, 10:25, Rams 20-13: Goff has the Rams on the Raiders side of field again. Lack of pass rush an issue all night. One sack and only two hits on Goff for the game.

Fourth quarter, 13:34, Rams 20-13: Raiders offense has dissapeared. Rams have a lot to do with that fact.

Third quarter, :00, Rams 20-13: Goff carves up the Raiders D. Hits Kupp for the 8 yard TD. 58 yards on 4 plays for Rams.

Third quarter, 1:40, 13-13: Carr sacked by Brockers. Raiders forced to punt. Flag on the Rams during the punt puts the ball at LA’s 39 yard line.

Third quarter, 9:04, 13-13: Zuerlein ties the game with a 28-yard field goal. Who doesn’t love field goals?!?!

Halftime – Raiders 13, Rams 10 

Leaders: Derek Carr- 199 yards passing, 1 INT. Marshawn Lynch- 7 carries, 21 yards, 1 TD. Jared Cook- 6 rec, 113 yards.

Second quarter, :10, Raiders 13-10: Nugent drills the 48 yarder to give Oakland the lead back. 13-10 at the half.

Second quarter, :19, 10-10: Big holding penalty pushes the Raiders back to the 40 with just a few ticks left. Richard picks up 5 yards to give Nugent a shot.

Second quarter, 2:00, 10-10: Carr running the 2-minute drill. 1st and 10 at their own 35.

Second quarter, 2:43, 10-10: Raiders hold on 3rd and goal from the 5. Zuerlein ties the game with a chip shot. No shank this time for the vet.

Second quarter, 4:12, Raiders 10-7: Rams entire offense is predicated on PI calls on the Raiders in the first half.

Second quarter, 4:51, Raiders 10-7: Carr goes for broke. John Johnson III snares it for the Rams for an INT in end zone. LA ball at their own 20 with plenty of time remaining before the half.

Second quarter, 7:55, Raiders 10-7: Carr heating up. Hits Nelson and then his favorite target, Jared Cook. Raiders in Rams territory.

Second quarter, 10:00, Raiders 10-7: Bruce Irvin strips Goff. Rams recover. Zuerlein pushes the 46 yard field goal wide right.

Second quarter, 10:31, Raiders 10-7: Rams on the move, aided by a huge pass interference call. 3-8 on Raiders 21.

Second quarter, 12:31, Raiders 10-7: Nugent drills the field goal. Raiders go back up on top.

Second quarter, 14:00, 7-7: Carr to Cook for another big gain. 28 yard toss. Third and goal Raiders from the 9.

First quarter, 0:00, 7-7:  On third and long, Carr hits Seth Roberts for a 12 yard pick up and a first to end the quarter. All tied up at the Coliseum after 15 min.

First quarter, 3:00, 7-7: Carr clubbed by Donald. Gives Raiders new life with the 15 yard penalty.

First quarter, 6:48, Raiders 7-0: Jordy Nelson comes up short on 3rd and 21. Raiders punt from own end zone. Rams return to the 50.

First quarter, 10:23, Raiders 7-0 :  Marshawn Lynch goes beast mode up the middle. Takes 11 guys with him into the end zone.

First quarter, 13:00, Raiders: Carr with the 45 yard pass to Jared Cook. 9 yard reverse to Amari Cooper. Raiders knocking on the door early.

7:20 pm: Kickoff goes through the endzone. Raiders to start at the 20.

7:10 pm: Almost game time in Oakland!

7:00 pm: Rucker in for Carradine.

6:45 pm: Stop! It’s Hammer Time at the Coliseum.

6:05 pm: Official inactives and lineup changes:

6:00 pm: The return of Jon Gruden:

5:55 pm: Rams Inactives: Brandon Allen, Mark Barron, Justin Davis, John Kelly, Sebastian Joseph-Day, Trevon Young, Tanzel Smart.

5:30 pm: Welcome in to the NBC Sports California live blog as the Raiders kick off their 2018 NFL schedule against the Los Angeles Rams from the Coliseum. It’s a new era of Raiders football as former head coach Jon Gruden returns for his first game back at the helm.

After finishing last season a disappointing 6-10, the Raiders look to start the season on the right foot. They’ll draw a tough assignment in the Rams, who finished the 2017 schedule 11-5.

Kickoff is set for 7:15 PST. Follow this live blog for the latest scoring, highlights and analysis throughout the evening.

 

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