The Raiders lost to the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field in Seattle Friday night in uninspired fashion, 20-3. The offense failed to get clicking and were only able to put three points up on the board via a 35-yard Sebastian Janikowski field goal and the defense didn't fare much better, giving up 377 yards of total offense to the Seahawks in a game that saw a lot of the starters leave after just over one quarter.
One bright spot of the evening for Oakland was that they did not turn the ball over. Jason Campbell was fairly efficient and put up 76 yards on 8/11 passing, with no touchdowns or interceptions. His replacement, Kyle Boller, wasn't as sharp, connecting on 9 of 19 passes for 101 yards, and 3rd string QB Trent Edwards came in late and went 3/4 for 18 yards. The most anticipated storyline of the night -- Terrelle Pryor's debut, ...didn't happen.
The Raiders were rough on 3rd down, going 4 for 14, and only rushed for 47 yards. The defense managed to block a Seahawks field goal attempt as time ran out in the 2nd quarter.
The Raiders finished the preseason 0-4 but will look to bounce back next week in their regular season opener at the Denver Broncos.