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Highlights From The Oakland Raiders Primetime Game
December 18, 2017 07:03 PM | Raiders.com Staff
In a game defined by a fake punt, an index card, and a fumble out of the end zone, the Oakland Raiders and Dallas Cowboys put on quite the show.

On Sunday Night Football, the Silver and Black played host to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and quarterback Dak Prescott, as the two iconic franchises collided on the gridiron. On offense, and defense, both teams showcased their stuff, and there was no shortage of playmaking. The game was truly loaded with highlights, for better or worse.

Let's take a look back at all the action from Sunday's game:

Cornerback Sean Smith got the defense started with an interception off Prescott.

Linebacker NaVorro Bowman stops Cowboys running back Alfred Morris in his tracks.

Defensive end Khalil Mack bulldozes his way to Prescott for the sack.

Running back DeAndré Washington picks up a first down.

Quarterback Derek Carr connected with running back Marshawn Lynch for an eight-yard gain.

No. 4 scrambled for a 32-yard run.

Lynch took a pitch outside for 19 yards, setting up 1st and goal.

Carr finds wide receiver Michael Crabtree on the two-yard touchdown pass.

Smith picked off Prescott a second time, and showed off a little flare with it as well.

Mack blew past the right tackle for his second sack of the night.

Wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson showed off his legs on this 44-yard kick return.

Wide receiver Seth Roberts makes a crucial catch for a 24-yard gain.

Carr connected with Crabtree for their second touchdown of the night.

The former Fresno State Bulldog hit Roberts again, this time for a 19-yard gain.

Here are all the top five plays from Mack's day at the office.

Take a look at all the highlights from Sunday's game on primetime.



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