Raiders' second-half mistakes bite hard in home loss to Bills

The Raiders’ 2-0 start was a distant memory Sunday following a 30-23 home loss to the Buffalo Bills.Unable to capitalize on scoring opportunities or generate any sort of pass rush or defensive consistency, the Raiders saw a competitive slip away in a one-sided second half against a Buffalo team that improved to 4-0.Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen completed 24 of 34 passes for 288 yards and a pair of touchdowns for Buffalo, which looks like a worthy challenger to New England’s run of 11 straight division titles in the AFC East.As for the AFC West, the Raiders (2-2) looked light years from being …

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