The Seahawks traveled to Oakland in Week 8, hoping to extend their winning streak to three games.
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll goes over notes in his office in the visiting locker room in Oakland.
Defensive end Red Bryant fired up his teammates and coaches in the cramped visitor's locker room before the team took the field.
Every Sunday is Halloween for the Raiders fans who inhabit the "Black Hole" in the end zone.
Seattle's defense stood fast in the early going, with linebacker Aaron Curry putting pressure on Oakland quarterback Jason Campbell.
Seattle's running game was stifled by the Oakland defense, including this carry by running back Marshawn Lynch.
Offensive line coach Art Valero gives instruction to his linemen in-between series.
Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck was sacked eight times, once resulting in this fumble.
Seahawks linebacker Lofa Tatupu drags down Oakland's Darren McFadden by the jersey from behind.
Seahawks linebackers coach Ken Norton yells instructions on the sidelines.
Seahawks receiver Golden Tate couldn't hold onto this pass from Matt Hasselbeck.
Tight end John Carlson caught a pass and rambled up the right sideline for a 35-yard gain.
Seahawks defensive end Red Bryant is helped off the field after injuring his knee in the second half.
Wide receiver Golden Tate made this acrobatic catch along the Raiders sideline.
Wideout Deon Butler made a heroic diving effort on this ball, which bounced up and into the hands of the Raiders for an interception.
Seahawks coaches watch the final moments of the loss from the sidelines. After the game, head coach Pete Carroll urged his players and staff to put the loss behind them.