Carr’s rough week ends in Raiders 42-28 loss to Colts

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Vinateri became the NFL's all-time scorer in the second quarter when he connected on his second field goal of the game, a 25-yarder that leapfrogged him over Morten Anderson to become the new all-time points leader. "I never thought I'd be standing here talking to you guys about all-time records".

Limited to four games played so far in 2018 due to injuries, Mack has been very effective in his second National Football League season for the Colts when he has been available, as he already has a career best 381 rushing yards on just 66 carries (5.8 yards-per-carry average) with three rushing touchdowns and another six receptions for 56 yards and a touchdown through the air. I think that's what we did last week as well (37-5 home win over Buffalo). Oakland hadn't had a quarterback run for a TD since Terrelle Pryor scored on a 93-yard run against Pittsburgh on October 27, 2013.

"A balance is key", Luck said. "I get to tell my grandkids and kids I got to play with Adam Vinatieri. Even if you do get less, you have to make what (they give you) work".

For three quarters, the game was a shootout as two Pro Bowl passers, Luck and Raiders quarterback Derek Carr, took turns taking apart overmatched defenses.

Luck threw TD passes to tight ends Mo Alie-Cox, Eric Ebron and Jack Doyle, making the Colts the first team since the 1970 merger to get TD catches from three tight ends in the same game. The score extended the Raiders lead to 21-13. Luck led his offense to three-straight touchdowns to start the second half to take a 35-to-28 lead late in the fourth quarter.

"I'm exhausted of losing", Carr said.

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After the Raiders went three and out, Luck needed just six plays to negotiate 57 yards, capped by a 10-yard scoring pass to Doyle.

Vinatieri tied the Hall of Famer with an extra point and a 26-yard field goal in the first quarter.

Luck drove the Colts 75 yards in 12 plays with Mack finishing it off on a 4-yard TD run.

Any chance at a Raiders comeback quickly fizzled on their next offensive play as Leonard, the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Month for September, forced his third fumble of the year.

The Raiders are at San Francisco on Thursday night.

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