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Raiders vs. Seahawks: 4 Winners http://www.oaklandraidersteamonline.com/gareon-conley-jersey , 4 Losers Tonight the Raiders prevailed over the Seattle Seahawks, 30-19 at CenturyLink Field. It’s the last time we’ll see the team in action until their Monday Night Football matchup against the Los Angeles Rams. Tonight being the fourth preseason game, what players clothed themselves with honor and which ones embarrassed their ancestors?WINNERS1) Keon HatcherAs an undrafted player out of Arkansas a few years ago, Hatcher hasn’t done much in a Raider uniform. He hasn’t had much opportunity to get playing time. But tonight he was in the role of the #1 receiver, and he shined.Hatcher caught eight passes for 128 yards and a whopping three touchdowns, two from EJ Manuel and one from Connor Cook. He displayed terrific hands, quickness to go with his big body, and a knack for the big play. Those are all things you look for when evaluating receivers. Hatcher may or may not make the Raiders team, but he will land somewhere, and this performance may just have made guys like Seth Roberts and Johnny Holton expendable.2) EJ ManuelMuch of the talk for the last few weeks has been how putrid the play of the Raiders’ backup QBs has been. Manuel and Connor Cook have both had issues with accuracy and ball security. But tonight, EJ Manuel went full HAM, going 18/22 for 255 yards and three touchdowns. Connor Cook got about a quarter of action and was fine, but Manuel’s performance was electric and he may have put the backup QB competition to bed.3) Austin DavisRams Legend Austin Davis apparently plays for the Seahawks now, but the Seahawks yesterday traded for Brett Hundley from the Packers. After watching this game, I’m wondering why they would have done such a thing. Davis was elusive in the pocket Womens Kolton Miller Jersey , decisive, and had a rocket arm. He torched the Raiders for 190 yards in the first half, going 13/20 and a gorgeous touchdown pass. He will be on someone’s roster this year.4) Fadol BrownIf there’s one guy in my mind on the Raiders defense who has exceeded expectations this year, it’s Fadol Brown. He’s been an absolute beast all preseason and had two tackles and a pass breakup in this game. That one was way downfield. What was Brown doing there, you question? The answer is, his best.Brown is a good bet to make the roster at this point, and he’s shown remarkable improvement and deserves it.LOSERS1) Pharaoh BrownBrown caught two passes for 27 yards on two targets including a nifty 22-yard scamper to the sideline, But he also was called for holding AGAIN. You can tolerate holding penalties from star tackles, but from third-string pass-catching tight ends? No, that will not be tolerated.2) Kyle WilberThe defensive back didn’t have a terrible game, recording six tackles. But he also dropped a potential interception and was called for a pass interference penalty. When you’re on the roster bubble, fighting for a spot, that’s the sorts of things you cannot do.3) Sebastian JanikowskiSurely, the longtime Raiders kicker wanted to show his old team that he still has what it takes to play in the NFL. But he didn’t get much opportunity with the Seahawks going for it on fourth down constantly. He kicked three extra point tries, and missed two of them. Yeah http://www.oaklandraidersteamonline.com/reggie-nelson-jersey , that’ll show ‘em, Jano. Mike Nugent, on the other hand, was perfect from the field and 3/4 on extra points.4) Pete CarrollIt’s all come crashing down for Pete. Again. Once he was on top of the world at USC, winning national titles and basking in adulation and the love of the Song Girls. And then it turned out someone had given Reggie Bush’s mom a free house, and USC was given the smackdown from the usually toothless and incompetent NCAA. By the time those sanctions hit, Carroll was long gone, abandoning his recruits and forcing them to deal with his mess.He escaped to Seattle, where he has the adulation of thousands of liberal arts major Starbucks baristas with $40,000 in student loan debt. He built a powerhouse team led by its defense, but those players are all gone now. He doesn’t have an offensive line. He doesn’t have a running game. His team just gave a mega-extension to a wide receiver who will probably go undrafted in your fantasy league. Seattle is posed to go 5-11 this year, and once that domino falls, the whole house of cards will come tumbling down. Checkmate.And Pete will skip town again. But where to this time? My guess is, Ohio State. And we can all keep rooting against him until he abandons them too.Raiders offensive quartet sets franchise mark and other superlative in win over Browns Everyone likes a nice round number. In the NFL, the round number they like is zero. In particular two of them preceded by a third. Surpassing 100 yards for receivers and running backs is noteworthy. As is surpassing 400 yards as a passer. Over the first three weeks of this season http://www.oaklandraidersteamonline.com/seth-roberts-jersey , the Raiders had one player do that in each game. On Sunday against the Browns they had four players do it.Derek Carr threw for over 400 yards (437), Amari Cooper (128) and Jared Cook (110) both had over 100 yards receiving, and Marshawn Lynch had over 100 yards on the ground (130). This is the first time in franchise history since the AFL merger the Raiders have accomplished that.Overtime certainly helped them put up those numbers. At the end of regulation, only Marshawn had surpassed 100 yards. Carr had 335 yards, Coop had 78 yards and Cook had 77. But they all showed up in the overtime session to put together monster games.Even just the trio of offensive weapons all going over 100 yards was something the Raiders hadn’t done in over 20 years. The last time was week 4 of the 1997 season when Napoleon Kaufman rushed for 126 yards, Tim Brown put up 153 yards and James Jett went for 148 yards.This isn’t the first time Coop and Cook have surpassed 100 yards in the same game. They did in last season in the Raiders big win over the Chiefs that ended their 4-game losing streak.This was just the third time in Carr’s career he surpassed 400 yards. His 437 yards is the second most in a single game in franchise history behind only...himself. He set the record with 513 yards in an overtime win over the Buccaneers in 2016.This is the sixth time in Carr’s career he’s thrown for four touchdown passes in a game. That ties him with Ken Stabler for second most in franchise history. Only Daryl Lamonica has more (7).As for Marshawn, his 130 yards rushing is the most he’s had in a regular season game since November 9, 2014. He had 157 yards in the playoffs that year against the Packers.Other superlatives:Gareon Conley had his first career interception and returned it 36 yards for a touchdown to give the Raiders a 7-0 lead with 10:01 in the first quarter.The last time the Raiders returned an interception for a score was Nov. 27, 2016, when Khalil Mack intercepted Carolina’s Cam Newton for a 6-yard touchdown.Jared Cook leads the league among tight ends with 370 yards. He is the only tight end this season to have surpassed 350 yards and is 9th in the league among all receivers.Cook had six of his eight receptions go for first downs, improving his season total to 18 which leads all tight ends this season.DT Johnathan Hankins had two fumble recoveries in the game. One late in the third quarter after Maurice Hurst recorded a strip sack of Baker Mayfield and the second early in the fourth quarter on Cleveland’s 20-yard line. Both led to touchdowns.Bruce Irvin and Maurice Hurst both recorded their second sacks of the season. Both have a strip sack as well. Irvin in the opener and Hurst in this game. They have 4.0 of the Raiders combined five sacks this season. Clinton McDonald has the other.RB Marshawn Lynch broke off a 52-yard rush late in the 3rd quarter, which marks his longest run since joining the Raiders prior to last season.WR Jordy Nelson’s 19-yard touchdown in the 4th quarter gives him 18 since 2016 which leads the league.Follow @LeviDamien

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