For the first time all season, whether you wear you wear silver and black, or red and gold, you got to celebrate a win.
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr threw for a late touchdown to retake the lead, and ultimately beat the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Ben Roethlisberger was pulled from the game with a rib injury near the end of the third quarter. Nevertheless, he walked out of the Coliseum 0-4 against the Raiders in Oakland. In fact, the Raiders are the only AFC team Big Ben hasn't conquered on the road.
Ben Roethlisberger is 0-4 in his career at Oakland.— Casey Pratt (@CaseyPrattABC7) December 10, 2018
As for the 49ers, they carved out a piece of history of their own.
Tight end George Kittle hauled in the most receiving yards in a first half by any NFL player since 1991.
His 85-yard touchdown catch and run in the second quarter helped out with that one. He also set the 49ers record for most yards by a tight end in a single game, and is on his way to becoming the first tight end in team history to have more than a thousand yards receiving in a season.
Neither team has any playoff hopes left this season. Our Bay Area franchises have matching 3-10 records (tied with the Arizona Cardinals for worst in the league), and are in contention for the first overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Take a look at the most recent stories and videos about the Raiders here and the 49ers here.