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This was supposed to be the week Randy Moss got more involved in the offense. Instead, two Raiders who had struggled in their first three games helped host Oakland to its first win.
LaMont Jordan ran for 126 yards and a score, Sebastian Janikowski kicked four field goals and Oakland's defense put together a late goal-line stand.
With Moss going up against the team he's tormented for 10 touchdown receptions in five wins over his career, it figured he'd have a breakout game. But other than a long catch on Oakland's first drive, he was more of a decoy.
Jordan was the workhorse, running up the middle for tough yards a week after getting just 19 yards on 16 carries.
The game wasn't decided until the final two minutes. Trailing 19-13 after Janikowski's 43-yard field goal with 4 minutes 29 seconds left, Dallas (2-2) drove inside the 5 with help from a 57-yard pass from Drew Bledsoe to Terry Glenn. But Tommy Kelly hit Julius Jones for a two-yard loss on second down from the 3, and Bledsoe followed with two straight incompletions to give Oakland the ball.
Oakland: FG Janikowski 30, 7:22.
Oakland: Jordan 2 run (Janikowski kick), 3:07.
Dallas: FG Cortez 29, 5:59.
Oakland: FG Janikowski 23, 8:15.
Dallas: FG Cortez 30, 1:05.
Oakland: FG Janikowski 49, 10:25.
Dallas: Crayton 63 pass from Bledsoe (Cortez kick), 8:51.
Oakland: FG Janikowski 43, 4:29.
CowboysRaidersFirst Downs 1616Total Net Yards 303333Rushes-Yards 32-11630-129Passing 187204Punt Returns 0-05-34Kickoff Returns 1-222-59Interceptions Ret. 0-01-0Comp-Att-Int 11-27-113-23-0Sacked-Yards Lost 4-253-14Punts 5-44.84-45.3Fumbles-Lost 0-00-0Penalties-Yards 6-3513-85Time Of Possession 30:4629:14 RUSHING
Dallas: J.Jones 22-76, Thompson 7-32, Bledsoe 1-7, Marber 2-1.
Oakland: Jordan 26-126, Crockett 1-2, Fargas 1-2, Collins 2-(minus 1).
Dallas: Bledsoe 11-26-1-212, K.Johnson 0-1-0-0.
Oakland: Collins 13-23-0-218.
Dallas: Witten 5-49, Glenn 2-64, Crayton 1-63, K.Johnson 1-16, J.Jones 1-12, Thompson 1-8.
Oakland: Moss 4-123, Jordan 4-22, Porter 3-41, Anderson 2-32.
MISSED FIELD GOALS