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Raiders vs. Ravens second half open thread

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Oakland Raiders v Baltimore Ravens Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images

That wasn’t so bad! The Raiders are down 13-10 at the half, and the Ravens will get the second-half kickoff. The Raiders took their opening drive to the end zone with a one-yard Doug Martin touchdown run, but have only managed a field goal since then. The Ravens don’t have any offensive touchdowns as their house call came on a punt return.

The Raider defense has been playing tough, forcing two Lamar Jackson interceptions on tipped passes. The last one came within the last two minutes of the first half and prevented the Ravens from scoring.

Oakland’s offensive line has done a good job for the most part, but Baltimore got a hand on Derek Carr just before halftime and knocked him backwards, forcing him into the evaluation tent. He appears to be alright, but we’ll see if he has any lingering effects after halftime.

Enjoy the game!