Arizona's next opponent won't be any easier when the team travels to Los Angeles to battle Todd Gurley and the Rams.
Then with less than two minutes to play, Peters, acquired in an offseason trade with the Kansas City Chiefs, intercepted a pass and returned it 50 yards for a touchdown to put the game out of reach.
It's going to be a long season for Raiders players and fans.
The only way this line shifts in the Cardinals' direction is if a Rams player gets hurt during this week of practice, but other than that, Los Angeles will remain strong favorites over Arizona.
If he doesn't, his first head coaching gig may be his last.
Last-minute iPhone leaks pop-up before Apple's event
The sequel to the last year's iPhone X is likely to be the iPhone XS with a 5.8-inch OLED screen and its price could be $899. While the iPhones will be the Wednesday's main attraction, Apple's growing smartwatch business will see stage time, too.
Donald Trump to order sanctions against countries that interfere in U.S. elections
The State and Treasury departments would decide on appropriate additional sanctions to recommend and impose, he said. The Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal previously reported on earlier drafts of the executive order.
UK Gaming Charts (10/09/2018): Spider-man Swings into First Place
It turns out, after passing their fifth year anniversary in April, Madison. was not still around in September. The game is littered with references and easter eggs for fans to find.
Otherwise, it might just be a waiting game for the Raiders in terms of the defensive line.
DerekCarr #4 of the Oakland Raiders grabs his ankle after a play against the Los Angeles Rams during their National Football League game at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on September 10, 2018 in Oakland, California. And there's still plenty of room for improvement.
The Lions self-destructed during a humbling 48-17 loss to the New York Jets that saw Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford toss four interceptions and the team commit a number of bad plays on defense and special teams.
This insane statistic shows how bad they were in attempting to get pressure on Goff. Bergman's takeaways included the second-half offensive turnaround and the Rams' new lock-down corners. Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods misses the ball as Oakland Raiders defensive back Rashaan Melvin defends during the second half.
If you are interested in checking out the snap counts (and I assume you are because you are here) Here are the Raiders' snap counts for the first week of the season via the NFL's Gamebook.