Raiders Vs. Packers Score Update: Carson Palmer Mistakes Blow Open Green Bay Lead To 46-7

Aaron Rodgers probably had one of his worst performances of the season, completing a mere 57% of his passes and throwing an interception in the end zone (although that was more great Raider defense than any mistake Rodgers made). Rodgers does have two touchdown passes, but his passer rating dipped below 100 for the first time in a long time in an individual game.

Carson Palmer has had one of his worst performances of the season. Carson Palmer's worst is much worse than Aaron Rodgers's average.

Palmer has completed about 57% of his passes, but three of those incompletions were interceptions. Two of those were deep in Green Bay territory and set up easy Packer touchdowns, and another came before halftime into the red zone. Palmer also couldn't fall on a fumble properly late in the third quarter. That's about a 28 point swing right there, and Oakland is on their way to dropping another road contest in embarrassing fashion.

To discuss the game with Raiders fans, go to Silver and Black Pride. To talk about the game with Packers fans, head to Acme Packing Company.

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