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Second quarter from Oakland ...

By Pat McManamon Published: September 23, 2007

Oakland 16, Cleveland 10

First -- Not a good read or decision by Derek Anderson on Thomas Howard's interception. Threw it right to him, and Howard was in the short zone the entire time.
Second -- Very early, but to this point the Raiders seem a little more into the game.
Third -- Brodney Pool flagged for a blatant interference in the end zone as Browns safeties continue to struggle. Sean Jones recovers to break up a third-down pass in the end zone, though, which holds Oakland to a field goal.
Fourth -- Oakland gets the ball back and moves down the field. Five yards every play. What is up with this?
Fifth -- The drive ends on a 41-yard touchdown pass as Eric Wright fell for the play-action on third-and-inches. That touchdown ends a six-game stretch when the Raiders did not score a first-half touchdown.
Sixth -- Not a good start for the Browns.
Seventh -- Another poor throw by Anderson is intercepted. It followed three other poor throws. Will Brady Quinn play today?
Eighth -- After a field goal the Raiders kick one to Cribbs and he brings it back. Joshua Cribbs: Football player. This might change the game.
Ninth -- After a fumble, the Browns get a field goal but could have had a touchdown. Anderson overthrew Steve Heiden in the end zone on a two-minute drill that was not run well.


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