The Raiders first-team offense scored its first touchdown of the preseason in the second quarter against the Detroit Lions, though it required an official review that overturned the on-field call on a fourth-down run by Darren McFadden.
Officials first ruled that McFadden was stopped for no gain on 4th-and-goal from the Lions' 1-yard line. McFadden appeared to bounce off guard Mike Brisiel and reach the ball over the goal line on a second effort. After reviewing the play, officials ruled the ball had crossed the goal line. It finished off a 12-play, 86-yard drive for the Raiders that ate up 6:35.
Before the reversal, it looked like the Raiders had again failed to punch it in with a 1st-and-goal from the 1 (the same thing happened last week at Arizona). McFadden was stopped for a loss of one on first down, quarterback Carson Palmer rushed for no gain on second down, and McFadden picked up a yard on the ground on third down.
The Raiders lead Detroit at halftime, 10-6. Backup kicker Eddy Carmona hit a 56-yard field goal as time expired in the half. Sebastian Janikowski exited the game with a groin injury after appearing to come up limping on a 79-yard kickoff return by the Lions' Justin Miller. Janikowski, who missed a 30-yard field goal earlier in the game, was announced as questionable to return.
-- Matt Kawahara