Halftime: Colts 14, Raiders 7


The Raiders go into halftime trailing by seven despite having Terrelle Pryor throw an interception in the end zone and with Oakland not getting any points out of two scoring opportunities late in the first half.

With 2:52 left, the Raiders got a short punt from Pat McAfee and got the ball at their own 38. Pryor hit Mychal Rivera for seven yards, Darren McFadden gained 2, and then Pryor threw long for Marcel Reece on third-and-1.

Marquette King punted into the end zone, the Raiders made a stop after Andrew Luck’s first incompletion, and got the ball back at the 46 yard line.

This time, Pryor got the Raiders in position for a 48-yard field goal attempt, which Sebastian Janikowski pushed wide left.


Jerry McDonald - NFL Writer

  • RaiderSam

    The Famous Dr Robert Says:
    September 8th, 2013 at 12:24 pm
    Son of a gun.

    His passing isn’t perfect but it’s better than I anticipated.

    I want to believe.


    All is forgiven. Just give the kid a chance

    uh no…damn close call

  • RaiderSam

    Luck is dangerous in the fourth

    im just glad the guys played well , and the need this

    win to get momentum v. Jacksonville, because DENVER will really be no

    joke in week 3

  • ElkGRaider

    Marv Albert “Set up by a beautiful block by Heyward Bey”

    How bout calling it what it was…a hold

  • spiff

    heyward-bey got away with a hold.



  • spiff

    let’s go pryor , shock the world baby…. whatever happens it no doubt pryor has the will to win that’s something you can’t coach. we will win games. starting with this game….. let’s go

  • spiff

    the fix is in that was no hold on barnes. bullsh*t.


    Here’s da game nation


    Forced it