Packers enter bye after losing 17-13 to Raiders
At the beginning of the fourth quarter, Jacobs ran for a 2-yard touchdown, and the Raiders led 17-13 with 14 minutes and 56 seconds left in the fourth quarter.
Green Bay started the next series with a 10-yard conversion pass to Dontayvion Wicks on 3rd and 7. The Packers got their next first down on a 6-yard run by Dillon and then a 4-yard rush flip by Romeo Doubs that set up the Packers’ 48-yard score.
After Dillon’s two 3-yard runs, Love teamed up with Musgrave to complete the first possession in the air. That’s about as far as Green Bay can get, though.
Maxx Crosby sacked Love for a loss of seven yards, then Spillane intercepted him a second time, this time on a pass to Watson. The pass was deflected.
The Packers got the ball back after Rashan Gary lost 5 yards to Garoppolo on third-and-3. Green Bay was flagged as a reserve on its first possession of the next possession and with 5:30 left in the game, Love was unable to connect with Watson on a deep pass on third-and-10. Green Bay had to kick the ball back.
The Raiders got into Packers territory behind Jacobs, setting up a crucial third-and-6 at the Green Bay 38. The Raiders tied with Abdullah for 6 yards to reach the two-minute warning.
Las Vegas attempted a 52-yard field goal, but the Packers still had a timeout when Daniel Carlson’s shot hit the right upright with 1:56 left.
Starting at the Packers’ 42, Love hit Musgrave for 7 yards and then Patrick Taylor scored on the first score after initially being flagged as a 3-yard deficit on replay review.
The Packers added another first down at the Las Vegas 35 after Taylor rushed for 5 yards. On third-and-10, Love threw a deep pass to Watson in the end zone and was picked off. Amik Robertson had an interception and a touchdown.