Raiders and Marcel Reece Make It A One-Possession Game

The Raiders took advantage of a Buccaneer turnover with a touchdown and successful two-point conversion, cutting the lead to 35-32.

On a critical fourth-and-two Carson Palmer threw it up to Denarius Moore. The pass fell incomplete, but CB Eric Wright was called for Pass Interference, giving the Raiders a fresh set of downs at the Tampa Bay 25.

On another fourth-and-two, Palmer took the ball on a sneak up the middle for another first down, and on the next play, he connected with his fullback and leading receiver of the game, Marcel Reece for a 13-yard score.

On their two-point conversion attempt, Carson Palmer looked to be corralled by DT Daniel Te’o-Nesheim, but managed to throw the ball up for grabs in the middle of the end zone, where his wide receiver Criner came down with it.

The Bucs will take over with 3:51 remaining, still holding on to a three-point lead.

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