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Raiders vs. Buccaneers: Oakland falls to Tampa Bay

The Oakland Raiders were defeated by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at home this weekend.

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Injury bug bites Raiders running backs

The Raiders lost their top two rushers Sunday afternoon as Darren McFadden and Mike Goodson went down with ankle injuries.

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Palmer forced to put the team on his back in loss

Oakland QB Carson Palmer nearly lead his team back from an 18-point fourth quarter hole Sunday thanks to his gunslinger mentality. But is that really what the Raiders want?

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Raiders choke away late comeback effort in loss.

The Oakland Raiders collapsed, came back then collapsed again all in the second half of their loss to the Tampa Bay Bucs.

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Doug Martin rushes for 251, Oakland falls, 42-32

Doug Martin rushed for 251 yards, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, 42-32.

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Raiders lead Buccaneers 10-7 at halftime

The Oakland Raiders lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the half by a score of 10-7.

The Raiders were unable to establish any sort of offensive momentum for most of the first half, but found their groove late in the second quarter after Rod Streater hauled in a 25 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Carson Palmer. His catch capped off a four play, 71 yard drive that took up just 21 seconds of playing time. It was spurred on by a 46 yard reception by Darrius Heyward-Bey.

The Buccaneers, meanwhile, recovered from a slow start to score early in the second quarter on a 20 yard pass from quarterback Josh Freeman to star receiver Vincent Jackson. Freeman is 11-of-19 for 153 yards and a touchdown on the day. Palmer is 13-of-22 for 151 yards and a touchdown of his own.

Oakland has struggled to get a running game going, as Darren McFadden has just 17 yards on seven carries. The Raiders trail the Buccaneers in total offense thus far, 205 to 156 yards.

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Oakland leads Tampa Bay 3-0 after first quarter

The Oakland Raiders have a slim 3-0 lead over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers following the first quarter of play.

Oakland put points on the board thanks to a 29 yard field goal by kicker Sebastian Janikowski in the closing seconds of the quarter. Earlier, Tampa Bay kicker Connor Barth had a 35 yard attempt blocked.

Neither offense has been able to get much of a passing or running game going. The Raiders have accumulated just 42 yards of total offense, compared to 55 for the Buccaneers. Tampa Bay has six first downs to Oakland's three.

Oakland quarterback Carson Palmer is 5/11 for 24 yards, while Tampa Bay quarterback Josh Freeman is 4/7 for 26 yards.

Tampa Bay running back Doug Martin has five rushes for 22 yards compared to four rushes for 18 yards for Darren McFadden. No wide receiver in the game has accounted for more than 13 yards thus far.

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Rolando McClain will play against Bucs

Rolando McClain will give it a go for the Raiders, while Terrelle Pryor remains inactive for Oakland.

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Raiders try to take advantage of hurt Buccaneers

The Oakland Raiders will look to take advantage of a depleted Tampa Bay Buccaneers team on Sunday.

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Raiders avoid TV blackout against Tampa Bay

The Raiders announced that their week 9 home game versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will air locally.

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Raiders run game on the front of everyone's minds

The Oakland Raiders had only their second 100 yard day from Darren McFadden last weekend, can they keep the it up against Tampa bay?

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Raiders implementing power-blocking...finally

Dennis Allen has seemed to finally come to his senses with the implementation of power-blocking techniques in the Raiders' playbook.

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Rolando McClain a game-time decision for Oakland

Linebacker Rolando McClain could miss Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after his toe injury acted up in practice earlier this week.

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Raiders Given Extension To Avoid Blackout

The Oakland Raiders have been given another NFL extension to avoid a blackout at home on Sunday when the host the Buccaneers.

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Richard Seymour fined for hit on Matt Cassel

Richard Seymour drew a penalty for his late hit on Matt Cassel and now has a $15,750 fine from the NFL to go with it.

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Raiders must protect the ball to beat Tampa Bay

The Oakland Raiders cannot afford to caugh the ball up or the Bucs high powered offense will make them pay.

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Raiders Thursday injury report

Offensive tackle Khalif Barnes, cornerback Shawntae Spencer, and linebacker Keenan Clayton did not practice for the Raiders on Thursday.

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Carson Palmer needs a big game for Raiders to win

The Oakland Raiders will face serious competition from an improved Tampa Bay Buccaneers squad.

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DE Seymour sits out Wednesday practice

The Oakland Raiders head into the Week 9 contest banged up on both sides of the ball.

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Oakland opens as slim favorite against Tampa Bay

While the Oakland Raiders opened as slim favorites against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, some betting services have the game labeled as a toss-up.

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Raiders look to even record against Bucs in Week 9

The Oakland Raiders have the Bay Area to themselves as the 49ers off in Week 9.

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Raiders' OC Greg Knapp still needs to be fired.

The Raiders offense is improving as the season progresses, but that shouldn't save Greg Knapp's job.

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