The Oakland Raiders got off to a great start against the Dallas Cowboys on the Thanksgiving Day game when rookie wide receiver Terrance Williams fumbled the opening kick off. Raiders wide receiver Greg Jenkins returned the fumble for a touchdown to give the Raiders a 7-0 lead in the first 10 seconds of the game.
Since then, neither team has been able to generate much of a drive. The Raiders got one big catch from wide receiver Rod Streater. On the first play of their second possession, Streater went on a go route down the side line.
Raiders quarterback Matt McGloin threw up a high pass and Streater elevated to catch the ball over Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick. It was an incredible catch and he loses his balance mid-air and lands flat on his back. Scandrick learned from the Cowboys game against the Giants last week and quickly touched him to make sure he was ruled down and didn’t get up and run it in for an end zone.
That was there only first down on that drive, and the Raiders went three-and-out after that play.