Offensive spotlight: Tyreek Hill, the NFL’s leading receiver, put on another dominant performance, totaling 146 receiving yards on 10 catches. Hill left the game briefly with a potential injury but looked no worse for wear upon his return, continuing his quest for 2,000 receiving yards on the year. Tua Tagoavailoa completed 28-of-38 passes for 325 yards and two touchdowns, though he also threw two interceptions and lost a fumble.
Davante Adams was the lone key contributor for the Raiders offense this week, seeing 13 targets and hauling in seven catches for 82 yards and a touchdown. Aidan O’Connell struggled this week, completing 24-of-41 passes for 271 yards and three interceptions. He did throw the lone touchdown to Davante Adams but finished with a 56.0 passer rating and a 58.5% completion rate.
Defensive spotlight: Jaelan Phillips recorded two sacks, an interception and three defensive stops. Phillips now has five sacks on the year, and this was his first career NFL interception. Jalen Ramsey also came up with two interceptions in this one, giving him three picks in three games played this season.
Maxx Crosby got home with another sack in this game, giving him 11 sacks on the season. Raiders corner Isaiah Pola-Mao got the first start of his career and came up with an interception of Tagovailoa to start the second half.
Rookie spotlight: Raiders rookie tight end Michael Mayer finished the day as the team’s third-leading receiver, with four catches for 46 receiving yards — his second-highest total this season.
|Aidan O'Connell||12.1||24 / 41||271||6.6||1||3||2||56.0|
|Tua Tagovailoa||22.6||28 / 39||325||8.3||2||1||1||103.0|
|Cedrick Wilson Jr.||5.3||4||3||23||5.8||7.7||0|