OAKLAND, Calif. -- Quick highlights from the Buffalo Bills' loss to the Oakland Raiders here at the Coliseum ...
What it means: The Bills had to win this one and made it interesting by scoring a touchdown with 69 seconds to play. Now their playoff hopes are dashed, and Doug Marrone's job might be in jeopardy again one week after upsetting the Green Bay Packers. The Raiders are 3-12, but they've won three straight at home.
Player of the game: University at Buffalo star Khalil Mack gave the Bills' offensive line fits. He disrupted Kyle Orton throughout. Mack finished with a sack and several pressures.
Bills player of the game: When defensive tackle Marcell Dareus left with a knee injury early in the second quarter, the tone seemed to change. Buffalo's run defense got trampled without him. We saw how important Dareus is to the defense through his absence.
Play(s) of the day: Oakland had zero first downs before Derek Carr heaved a 50-yard bomb over safety Aaron Williams and to Kenbrell Thompkins at the 4-yard line with 65 seconds left in the first quarter. The Raiders tied the game at 7 two plays later and never trailed again. ... That was the longest play until Carr hit Andre Holmes for 51 yards over cornerback Corey Graham on a third-and-22 play with five minutes to play. Rather than punt, the Raiders went on to score a touchdown.
Nowhere to run: C.J. Spiller returned after missing seven games with a broken collarbone and was a non-factor. Spiller ran four times for minus-4 yards. He also fumbled and committed a false start. ... Entering the fourth quarter, the entire Bills roster had 12 attempts for 9 yards and finished with 13 yards, their fourth-worst total in team history.
Stat of the game: Carr's 3-yard toss early in the second quarter was only the third passing touchdown the Bills defense had allowed in 33 quarters.
Preliminary injury report: Dareus limped away with a right knee injury at 13:17 of the second quarter and didn't return. ... Cornerback Stephon Gilmore hit his head hard on the ground at 7:23 of the third quarter and went straight to the locker room.
Bills inactives (healthy unless noted): Running back Bryce Brown, receiver Deonte Thompson, tight end Chris Gragg (knee), tackle Cyrus Kouandjio, linebacker Larry Dean, linebacker Randell Johnson, cornerback Ross Cockrell.
Raiders inactives (healthy unless noted): Receiver Vincent Brown (groin), receiver Denarius Moore (knee, ankle), tight end Tony Bergstrom, tight end Brian Leonhardt (concussion), tackle Menelik Watson (foot, ankle), defensive tackle Stacy McGee, cornerback Chimdi Chekwa (hamstring).
Coming up: The Bills finish their season next Sunday at 1 p.m. against the New England Patriots in Gillette Stadium.
Story topics: Andre Holmes/ Bryce Brown/ C.J. Spiller/ Chris Gragg/ Corey Graham/ Cyrus Kouandjio/ Deonte Thompson/ Derek Carr/ doug marrone/ fred jackson/ Khalil Mack/ Kyle Orton/ Larry Dean/ Marcell Dareus/ Points after/ Randell Johnson/ Ross Cockrell/ Stephon Gilmore