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Packers at Raiders, Preseason 2018: Second half game updates & discussion

It was an ugly first half in Oakland, and the score is tied at three.

NFL: Green Bay Packers at Oakland Raiders Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

The Green Bay Packers and Oakland Raiders are locked in an ugly preseason game this evening. At halftime, the score of the game is 3-3.

Both teams had chances to get in the end zone in the first half, with the Packers arguably having the best opportunities. On the team’s first offensive drive, Lance Kendricks was unable to come up with a catchable ball for a touchdown on a throw from Brett Hundley early, forcing the Packers to settle for their field goal. Late in the second quarter, rookie cornerback Josh Jackson intercepted a pass and took it to the house, but the play was called back on a holding penalty by Herb Waters.

The Raiders crossed midfield multiple times on their own, but the Packers got an interception from fellow rookie Jaire Alexander and a missed 49-yard field goal attempt from Raiders kicker Mike Nugent that helped keep them to three points.

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