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49ers vs. Raiders live updates: Second Half

Rohan Chakravarthi
Aug 13, 2023 at 2:40 PM--

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The San Francisco 49ers are taking on the Las Vegas Raiders in their first preseason action on Sunday, marking the first time that the team will take the field in a game setting since their loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship Game.

Prior to the preseason bout, the 49ers and Raiders held a pair of joint practices on Thursday and Friday, and are expected to start Trey Lance at quarterback with Sam Darnold playing the second half, as starter Brock Purdy will not play.

If you missed our first half live updates, check them out here, but catch all the live updates in the second half of the 49ers' game against the Raiders here!

Second Half

3rd Quarter

The Raiders will start with the ball to start the day, currently leading 14-7 after Jake Moody's missed field goal to end the half.

SCORE: The Raiders compile a seven-play, 37-yard drive that ends in a Daniel Carlson 53-yard field goal, extending the lead to 17-7.

Big play alert! Sam Darnold hits Ronnie Bell deep downfield on a 37-yard gain where the receiver won his 1-on-1 go-route and caught the pass delivered in the bucket.

The 49ers drove down the field, reaching the Raiders' 31-yard line, as Sam Darnold completed all three of his passes for 59 yards on his first drive, but the team couldn't convert a fourth-down quarterback sneak. Loss of downs.

TURNOVER: 49ers tight end Cameron Latu commits a fumble on his first touch, as the ball is punched out by Curtis Bolton after a short catch, giving the Raiders the ball at the 14-yard line.

SCORE: The Raiders take advantage of the turnover, scoring a touchdown on a four-play, 14-yard drive, with Sincere McCormick punching in a two-yard score to increase the lead to 24-7.

Fourth Quarter

The 49ers have a solid drive, with Ty-Davis Price leading the charge on a nice nine-yard run to start things off before Sam Darnold bounced back from a poor throw to hit Ronnie Bell for a 16-yard pass. Things stalled after that, leading to a 58-yard field goal from Jake Moody, which he missed wide right.

SCORE: The Raiders capitalize on good field position after the Moody missed field goal, starting at their own 48-yard line, with a Chase Garbers 13-yard pass and a 15-yard penalty on linebacker Jalen Graham being enough to get the team into field goal range, where Daniel Carlson drills his second opportunity of the day: a 46-yarder. 27-7 Raiders.

Sam Darnold's day is done. The 49ers have brought in their third-string offense, with Brandon Allen taking over at quarterback.

TURNOVER: Brandon Allen is intercepted by Sam Webb on an intermediate ball that goes right through an open Ronnie Bell's hands. Webb returned the interception for 43 yards, leading the Raiders to the 49ers' 2-yard line.

SCORE: Chase Garbers hits Sincere McCormick for a two-yard touchdown, increasing the Raiders' lead to 34-7.

Brandon Allen nearly has a big completion, hitting Tay Martin on the sideline for a 22-yard pass, but the play was ruled an incompletion after review, forcing the 49ers to punt.

Two-minute warning: The Raiders have the ball with a comfortable lead at the two-minute warning, facing a 2nd & 10 at their own 29-yard line up 34-7.

FINAL: Raiders 34, 49ers 7. Let's flush this one in the gutter.

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