Pretty is was not. far from it actually for the Raiders, who only managed to gain 101 yards of total offense thanks to a final drive led by No. 3 quarterback Terrelle Pryor. Pryor completed 6 of 9 passes for 55 yards, shining better than No. 2 QB Matt Leinart in the loss.
Leinart was 3 of 14 for 11 yards and threw an interception. The Raiders defense surrendered 334 yards of offense.
The Raiders got a good effort from star punter Shane Lechler -- eight punts for a 43.3-yard average -- and backup kicker Eddy Carmona, whose 31-yard field goal prevented a second shutout performance from the offense this preseason.
The Raiders finished 1-3 in the preseason and gained five first downs to the Seahawks' 24 in the game. Before their regular-season opener on Sept. 10, final cuts could come as soon as Friday.
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