4:05 p.m. ET
Key Coaching Decision #1: (OAK ball, leading 14-13 / fourth-and-goal, IND 1 / 9:47 Q4)
• Derek Carr runs a QB sneak and appears to cross the goal line but the officials say he came up a little short. Jon Gruden correctly challenges the call, which is overturned, resulting in an Oakland touchdown and an eight-point lead.
Key Coaching Decision #2: (IND ball, trailing 21-19 / 2-point conversion attempt / 7:39 Q3)
• After an Andrew Luck touchdown pass, Frank Reich decides to go for two and attempt to tie the game. Luck throws a quick WR screen to Chester Rogers, who fights his way into the end zone for the successful 2-point play. With how well the Colts were moving the ball, Reich felt confident in his offense to convert the play.
• Both defenses have seen better days, as this game turned into a shootout with both offenses going up and down the field with ease. The teams totaled 70 points and Andrew Luck and Derek Carr combined for six touchdown passes.
• The Colts had over 200 yards rushing and averaged almost six yards a carry. Marlon Mack led with 132 yards rushing with 2 touchdowns as Indianapolis ran 24 more plays then Oakland and won the time of possession by 13 minutes.
• Andrew Luck again proved that he is completely healthy from the shoulder injury that kept him out all of last season. He is now second in the NFL with 23 touchdown passes.
• Doug Martin played well for Oakland with over 70 yards rushing, but did have a critical fumble that led to a Colts touchdown in the fourth quarter. With Marshawn Lynch on IR, Martin should see the bulk of the carries moving forward.
• Derek Carr had a big game for the Raiders with 3 touchdown passes even without his number one option, Amari Cooper, who was recently traded to the Cowboys. Tight end Jared Cook led the Raiders with 74 yards receiving and a touchdown.