The Detroit Lions hoped to win their second match in a row when they visited the Oakland raiders. However, they fell to the Raiders 24-30 in the NFL clash of week 9.
Two touchdowns portrayed the intense action typical of the game’s first quarter. The raiders were the first ones to get on the score-board from a Jacobs touchdown. Jones equalized with a touchdown for the Lions later on.
Carlson scored from a 32-yard field goal attempt. Golladay then scored a touchdown for the visitors to push them into the lead. However, Jacobs’ second touchdown of the match ensured that the hosts ended the second quarter on the lead.
Prater scored a field goal from 23 yards out to level the score-line. This meant that the game scores stood at 17-17 as the third quarter ended.
Moreau scored a touchdown early into the final quarter to push the hosts upfront. Then, McKissic scored a touchdown for the visitors to level the score-line once more. Renfrow’s touchdown, later on, won the match for the hosts.
Stay tuned to get the other updates from the rest of the week 9 matches.