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OAKLAND Cheap Hunter Renfrow Jersey , Calif. (AP) — they might have let a couple of winnable games slip away to start this season, they might have stolen one away from the Cleveland Browns to spoil Baker Mayfield’s first career start.Derek Carr led a game-tying drive in the final seconds of regulation after a replay review took away a Cleveland first down and the Raiders got their first win since Jon Gruden’s return to the sideline by beating the Browns 45-42 on Matt McCrane’s 29-yard field goal in overtime Sunday.The Raiders (1-3) blew second-half leads in each of the first three games and didn’t trail any of them for a single second in the first three quarters before erasing deficits of 14 points and eight points to beat the Browns (1-2-1) and give Gruden his first win since 2008.“We haven’t fixed anything yet,” Gruden said. “We have a lot of things we have to get better at. I think it is pretty obvious. We played some good football for stints.”The Raiders rode a roller-coaster in this game, falling behind 28-14 in the third quarter before rallying for a 34-28 lead in the fourth, thanks in part to two fumbles by Mayfield.But the Browns answered with two more TDs and the Raiders appeared done when Carr threw two straight incompletions from the 9 to turn the ball over on downs with less than two minutes to play.Carlos Hyde ran three times and appeared to have a first down that would have run out the clock only to have it overturned when officials ruled his elbow touched the ground short of the marker.“I definitely thought that we had the first down,” Hyde said. “But they changed the call. We got to get it right there. If we’re going to win the game, we got to get that one.”The Raiders took over at their 47 with 1:28 to go and Carr led a game-tying drive reminiscent of 2016, when he had seven fourth-quarter comebacks. After failing to deliver late in the first three games this season, Carr threw a 7-yard TD to Jared Cook with 30 seconds left and then added the game-tying 2-point conversion to Jordy Nelson.Carr finished with 437 yards passing and four TDs.“The start of this year and half of this game has been some of the hardest stuff I’ve ever had to deal with, because it’s frustrating things,” Carr said. “I feel the best — physically, mentally, all of those things that I ever have. But then I screw something up somewhere along the way. I’ll tell you this though, one thing I just said and looked to our guys and said fight.”Here are some other takeaways:BAKER’S DAYMayfield threw for 295 yards and two TDs in his first career start but also had two interceptions and lost two fumbles. Those turnovers helped prevent him from becoming the third Browns QB out of 30 to win his first start with the team since the franchise returned in 1999.“He’s going to learn,” coach Hue Jackson said. “He’s got football intelligence. Today, as he goes through it, he’ll understand, and we’ve talked about it a little bit, just how important those things are. You got to be team-protecting in certain situations, but you don’t want to rein him in, because I like the things he’s doing.”BEAST MODEAs the Raiders struggled to move the ball early in the game, Marshawn Lynch let his teammates know it on the sideline. He then responded with his biggest game in years, running for 130 yards in his most productive game since 2014 and inspiring his teammates by running through several tackles.“He was saying basically that we’re putting the game on our backs,” left tackle Kolton Miller said. “They’re running behind us, it starts with us, he gave us really encouraging words. He said ‘I’m going to run with y’all’ and that really boosted us.”CHUBBS RUNSBrowns rookie Nick Chubb scored on runs of 63 and 41 yards, while carrying only three times all day. His 63-yard TD run was the longest by a Browns rookie since Lee Suggs had a 78-yard score on Dec. 28, 2003, and the third-longest run in the NFL this season. Chubb is also the first Browns rookie RB to surpass the 100-yard mark since Terrence West on Sept. 7, 2014.MCCRANE’S DAYThe Raiders were forced to turn to their third kicker this week when Mike Nugent was placed on IR with a hip injury after taking over for the previously injured Eddy Pineiro. They turned to rookie McCrane, who was initially signed this spring by Arizona as an undrafted free agent after setting the Kansas State record for career FGs. McCrane missed his first field goal from 47 yards and then a 50-yarder on the opening possession of OT before connecting on the game-winner. What an episode. Just like the first two weeks of Hard Knocks, this one did not disappoint, giving us a look at the Raiders’ preparation for the Cardinals as well as how the team is handling the A..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesSilver And Black Pride homepageHorizontal - WhiteSilver And Black Pridean Oakland Raiders communityFollow Silver And Black Pride online:Follow Silver And Black Pride on TwitterFollow Silver And Black Pride on FacebookLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchSilver And Black Pride main menuFanpostsFanshotsRaidersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Raiders StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Raiders NewsYahoo Raiders Team PageYahoo Raiders ReportYahoo Raiders Depth ChartYahoo Raiders TransactionsYahoo Raiders PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Hard Knocks episode 3 recap: Impressions, tight ends and helmetsNew,124commentsPDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Hard Knocks episode 3 recap: Impressions Josh Jacobs Oakland Raiders Jersey , tight ends and helmetsTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Christian Petersen/Getty ImagesWhat an episode. Just like the first two weeks of Hard Knocks, this one did not disappoint, giving us a look at the Raiders’ preparation for the Cardinals as well as how the team is handling the Antonio Brown drama.The episode began in the Raiders’ main meeting room, and like last week there were some called up to sing. This time, Jon Gruden’s name was called, but it wasn’t Gruden himself who answered the bell. It was Frank Caliendo, doing his best Gruden impression, skewering Hunter Renfrow and drawing wild laughter from the Raiders players. Caliendo’s Gruden impression is one of his most famous, and after hearing the real Gruden and how close the voice and mannerisms are, it’s easy to see why.Focus then shifted to the tight end battle, with Hard Knocks making it clear there were four spots for the Raiders’ six tight ends. Darren Waller is the presumed #1 tight end on the team, and he opened up about his sordid past and his two-year sobriety. Footage was shown of Waller in Ravens camp, where Waller claims he was high all day every day, and Waller certainly looked out of it. Conversely, at Raiders camp, Waller looked sharp and engaged and discussed his Madden rating with the visiting ratings adjusters. His rating of 68 is sure to go way up sooner than later.Luke Willson was also shown, and he of the long and flowing locks took a boat tour in the Bay and showed off his reliable hands in practice. Hunter Renfrow was also profiled, and his hands are as good as they come. Derek Carr teased him about being older than his professed age of 23, insisting that he was 37 and would only play three more years before retiring at 40.The Raiders traveled to Arizona, where scene after scene of them kicking the Cardinals’ ass up and down the field was shown. Waller was the focus here, with Mike Glennon missing him in the end zone drawing ire from Gruden. But Glennon redeemed himself with a long bomb to Rico Gafford for a touchdown, and later Glennon threw a TD to Derek Carrier on a play that had seemingly been meant for Waller.At the end, Antonio Brown and his helmet became the main topic. It had been discussed off and on throughout the episode, but Brown was presented as a well-meaning guy and a beloved teammate who had the full support of Gruden. Mayock was the clear bad cop here. At the very end of the episode, Brown appears in a helmet (!!!), catching passes one-handed from a machine. Fade to black.If the Raiders really wanted to make their feelings known about the AB situation, they could have done so here. Instead they appear to be making it seem like not a big deal, like they are totally on top of what’s happening, which makes one wonder what the Mayock thing about being all-in or all-out is all about, because unless he’s playing hardass it doesn’t make much sense. Is the helmet saga over? Who knows, but we do know Brown practiced today in A helmet, so that’s nice.Finally, where is Josh Jacobs? HK hasn’t profiled him at all and didn’t show his runs from the Cardinal game. Are they saving him or is he really trying to not be on the show?Next week we’ll get coverage of the Packers game in Canada as well as whatever the next chapter of the Antonio Brown story may be.
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