Oakland raider quarter back, Derek Carr, looks for a pass durning their games against the Denver Broncos at the Oakland Coliseum on Sunday November 6, 2016.Raiders won 30-20.  Aleah Fajardo/ Special To S.F. Examiner

Oakland raider quarter back, Derek Carr, looks for a pass durning their games against the Denver Broncos at the Oakland Coliseum on Sunday November 6, 2016.Raiders won 30-20. Aleah Fajardo/ Special To S.F. Examiner

Raiders vs. Broncos at Oakland Coliseum

The Oakland Raiders faced off against the Denver Broncos Sunday, November 6th at Oakland Coliseum, gaining an early lead in the first two quarters and finishing off with a victory of 30-20. Photos by Aleah Fajardo/Special to S.F. Examiner.

Oakland raider quarter back, Derek Carr, looks for a pass durning their games against the Denver Broncos at the Oakland Coliseum on Sunday November 6, 2016.Raiders won 30-20. Aleah Fajardo/ Special To S.F. Examiner

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Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr looks for a pass during their game against the Denver Broncos at the Oakland Coliseum on Sunday November 6, 2016.Raiders won 30-20. Aleah Fajardo/ Special To S.F. Examiner

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