The Broncos forced the Raiders to go three-and-out for the fourth straight time in the second half, giving Denver possession on the 31-yard line.
On the first play of the drive, Willis McGahee rushed for four yards, giving him 100 total rushing yards on the day.
Today now represents McGahee’s 32nd career 100-yard rushing game, which ranks first among active NFL players. It’s the second time he’s topped 100 yards this season after tying for the NFL lead with seven 100-yard performances a year ago.
He entered the game in third place among active players with 7,579 rushing yards since his rookie season in 2004.
He also ran for his third touchdown of the season on the prior drive.